More Money, Less Stress? It’s Good to Be the Boss!


Here’s a little flash of insight for you harried entrepreneurs. Many of you may be trying to oversee your business while secretly contemplating lopping off the heads of your poor workers. (Don’t fib!) Maybe your in the throes of a stressful situation with a client or feeling the weight of financial burdens nipping at your heels. Meanwhile you’re looking at your awesome workers...

What Kind of Leader Are You? 3 Archetypes of Business Bosses


It’s no joke that vibrant leaders can drive businesses to new heights. But the common ideal of an all-encompassing business head is a misnomer. In reality, leaders take on different roles to perform different services. One of many hats and all that jazz. A business owner charged with setting and establishing a company vision won’t be able to attend to the needs of his or her employees...

5 Important Life-Facts To Remember When a Leader Falls


This is a guest post courtesy of Lior again. Excellent advice to ensue! Happy reading BGB’ers, do make him feel welcome by sharing your thoughts in the comments below. The failure of a leader does not necessarily mean the failure of your organization. Nevertheless, aside from bankruptcy, the fall of a key leader may be one of the most threatening events in the life of a company. How your...

Lessons From Ike: Tips for the Battle-Ready Entrepreneur


Woo! BGB is back online! If you dropped by at all in the last week or so, you may have noticed the unfortunate maintenance signs hanging around the joint. Me with my DIY’er mentality tried to fix a teeny design issue and ended up creating a much BIGGER design issue. In short, I broke it. Yes I’m a dork and that’s what I get for trying to tell myself I got skills. Heh. Anyhoo...


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