The Grasshopper blog published There’s No Magic Fix: Get Organized by Going Back to Basics, discussing organization tips.
With time, I’ve learned there’s no magic fix that will make me an organizational wizard. And I’m not alone– Ben Franklin spent the greater part of his adult life drafting out solutions, never sure he’d found the perfect one.
Entrepreneur published 4 Winning Startup Strategies From Pro Football, discussing different paths to success.
All-star franchises aren’t built overnight. As the leader, it’s your job to coach your team through major losses and other setbacks that every startup will face.
This is video was recently posted and offers a motivational look inside the world of competitive cheerleading.
Les posted 2 videos regarding the USASF Universal Scoring System to USASFRules.com. The first video is an introduction to the system and the second video addresses Technique. In the future additional videos will be added covering Difficulty, Building, Tumbling, and Overall.
The page also has draft releases of the Universal Scoring System and a list of event producers that are using it this season.
CBS News published Almanac: The 1st Cheerleader, commemorating Johnny Campbell.
For that was the day football fan Johnny Campbell of the University of Minnesota became America’s first widely-acknowledged cheerleader.
Entrepreneur published These 3 Legal Traps Can Stop a New Business in its Tracks, discussing potential legal pitfalls regarding new businesses.
If you’re a first-time entrepreneur, understanding legal risks is particularly troubling because you may not be experienced in thinking about the litany of issues that have the potential to strike in each and every situation.
You’re the Boss published The Problem With Going Into Business With a Friend, discussing the challenges of starting a business with a friend.
People start with the best intentions. Most partners appreciate one another and have high regard for one another’s ability and integrity. It’s only natural to want to build something with a trusted friend, someone whose company is welcome. And yet, so often, it all falls apart.