The end of the year often is a time to look back at what we’ve accomplished and a time to evaluate what’s next in line for the New Year. While we might be happy and fulfilled in our careers and truly love what we do, we continue to constantly seek advice to further grow in our professional lives. Whether we’re fresh out of college, senior executives, confident entrepreneurs or at the top of our game, it’s always hard to avoid comparisons or wonder if we could–or should–be doing any better.
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5 Small Life Hacks That Can Make You a Better Entrepreneur [Tech.co] – Sometimes all it takes to change your life (or your business) is a few small tweaks. And while change can be hard (even when it’s small), it’s worth it so long as you keep your eye on the prize. In the case of these life hacks, making some relatively minor shifts to your daytime routine can yield big payoffs in the form of increased productivity, better communication skills, improved creativity, and greater confidence and leadership abilities.
The Dangerous Mistake Too Many Leaders Make [Fortune] – It is dangerous to dismiss your most demanding customers.
Five tips to start a mobile tech startup [Your Story] – Here are few tips on the most common dilemmas that the founders face when they are just starting to build their product.
How to outsource development for a startup on a budget [Geektime] – If a startup does not have the ability to hire a full-time programmer, which many can’t right away, they might want to try outsourcing the development of the app. While outsourcing may sound easy, there are several points you should consider before beginning.
500+ Free Things on The Internet [Medium] – This is an ongoing post. Please like this post if you find it helpful. Let me know of other free resources that can be added by using the comments section. Thanks! This will be finished, updated, and formatted before January 1, 2016.
Buffer’s Gift To Other Startups: How To Grow Gracefully [ReadWrite] – There’s not one answer to these questions, nor will an answer stay right over time. The important thing is that Buffer keeps learning—and keeps sharing. So should you.