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Boston Small Business selected as National Association for the Self-Employed 'Member Spotlight'
NASE
Boston small business, The SoLa Look, a makeup line launched in 2013 based in Massachusetts but with an online reach around the country, has been selected as this month's National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) "Member Spotlight." The National Association for the Self-Employed is the nation’s leading advocate and resource for the self-employed and micro-business community.
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Despite the risks, entrepreneurship will always beat a 9-to-5 job
Entrepreneur
When it comes down to it, there will hardly ever be as much risk involved with sitting behind a desk at a nine-to-five job as there will be as an entrepreneur. You have too much responsibility for there to be. However, you also have more freedom, more power and more potential for reward. As an entrepreneur you have the incomparable thrill of freedom. Not only the freedom to make your own decisions and do things the way you want them to, but the freedom to work when you want and to make what you want.
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11 fascinating books on Harvard Business School's required reading list
HubSpot
There's no better time to revamp your reading list than the beginning of the summer. The question is ... what should you read? With so many business books out there to choose from, sifting through all those online descriptions and reviews could take up an entire summer in and of itself. We figured you'd rather spend that time actually, you know, reading.
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What makes the best domain name?
Small Business Trends
For small businesses seeking to establish a presence online, there is probably no more important decision than choosing a domain name. No pressure, right?
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How to surround yourself with the right talent
By Betty Boyd
Maintaining the level of talent in an organization is a continuous battle. How do you keep and attract the right kind of talent? Surrounding yourself with talented employees takes commitment, understanding and time. No organization can grow without stepping up and being aware of what potential is available. You can start by looking around and seeing what is already right in front of you. Here are some tips that will help.
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8 advantages of being a small business owner now
Small Buiness Trends
In no other time has technology made it easier for us to do business, communicate and grow on such an efficient and far reaching scale. The Web, email marketing, social media, plug-ins and apps allow us to organize and focus communication. and to help people in ways that save us time and energy and improve efficiency.
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Best advice I ever got: Run like it's a sprint but pace yourself for a marathon
Inc.
Work with people smarter than you. People in the startup scene love using lingo to describe their ideal hire. They're looking for rockstars, gurus, or A-players. However, this doesn't address how to know that you're working with an A-player.
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7 habits of likable people
Fast Company
If you want to predict your chances of getting ahead at work, answer this one question: Are you well liked? Likable people receive more job offers and promotions, they're more likely to be forgiven when they make a mistake and people do what they say because they're deemed to be more credible. Luckily, likability doesn't rely on being the best-looking, smartest or most outgoing person in the room. It's much easier than that, and it's something anyone can attain.
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