Monthly Archives: April 2016

Social Media Automation Made Easy

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Starting and running your own business can be incredibly time-consuming. Between dealing with clients and the actual work part, there isn’t a lot of time left over for the marketing and social stuff. However, if you’ve read my blog for more than 10 minutes, you know that I rant endlessly about how important your business’… Read more

Queen Bey of Promotion - How Beyonce Makes the World Stop

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Beyonce is known as “Queen Bey” for a reason. She is the 5th most followed account on Instagram with over 68 million followers, she has one of the highest-grossing concert tours of all time with her husband Jay-Z and with over 100 million digital songs sold and over 100 million albums sold (not including another 60 million sold with… Read more

Four Things That Every Productive Home Office Should Have

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A growing number of people across North America are working from home. Whether these folks are entrepreneurs running small consulting services, or telecommuting for multinational firms, studies found that more than 30 million of Americans are working from home each week. This number has grown, year over year for the last few decades and is expected… Read more

Going 0 to 100: The Rise & Success Of Ursula Burns

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Photos/Images by #WOCinTech/#WOCinTech Chat Started. Started. Started from the Bottom. Now we here. Welcome to Hustle and Grind’s 0 to 100 series, where we will cover a number of bonafide hustlers, entrepreneurs, and inventors on a (hopefully) weekly basis. The ‘here’ may change, whether it’s the Forbes list, heading Fortune 500 Companies or pure financial… Read more

What Startups Need to Know About Cloud Computing

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There is no denying that the tech startups of today have a massive advantage over their counterparts from just a decade ago. Cloud Computing is just one of the services that have provided the technical foundation for today’s fastest growing startups like Uber and AirBnB, allowing these companies to bring their ideas to market and… Read more

5 Leadership Lessons I Learned in Search & Rescue

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I am the person they call when things go wrong… and in search and rescue (SAR), they often go very wrong. My SAR story starts humbly. On the afternoon of August 29th, 2005, I slouched, half asleep in seat 29A, face mushed against the plastic barrier separating myself from the stratosphere. I was on the… Read more