BUSINESS and more
Follow
Find tag "Fail"
19.1K views | +6 today
BUSINESS and more
Ideas, tools & reflections for managers, leaders and business owners. -- Keep in touch: http://www.xeeme.com/MartinGysler
Curated by Martin Gysler
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Martin Gysler
Scoop.it!

80% Is Good Enough - Grow Your Business By Delegating

80% Is Good Enough - Grow Your Business By Delegating | BUSINESS and more | Scoop.it
Delegating tasks correctly is important for any employer who wants to succeed. But many get stuck micromanaging--and that stunts company growth.At my web design company, Ciplex, I’ve had to
Martin Gysler's insight:

Simple but true advice. I also wrote an article, on my blog, about this topic.

more...
Catherine Luense's comment, January 25, 2013 6:13 AM
This is so true! We must let go of the everyday stuff so we are free to explore more money making opportunities.
Martin Gysler's comment, January 26, 2013 10:38 AM
Yes Catherine you're right. I'm glad we've the same opinion.
Scooped by Martin Gysler
Scoop.it!

BE ON FIRE

BE ON FIRE | BUSINESS and more | Scoop.it

A few weeks ago a guest post titled Minimum Viable Personality appeared on Fred Wilson’s blog. The author was a Giant Robot Dinosaur who has been dishing out wisdom in all caps in the comments on Fred’s blog for a long time. I’m a huge fan of FAKEGRIMLOCK, occasionally commenting on his comments, but often laughing out loud or smiling with recognition of their brilliance when I saw them. And, I grinned with relief when I finally made his #NOEATFRIDAY list.

 

Recently, while pondering how Yoda would deal with Optimus Prime, I got a tweet from FAKEGRIMLOCK asking if I wanted a guest post from him. Without hesitation I said yes. Following in all its awesomeness (with illustrations), is another missive from my favorite Dinobot...

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Martin Gysler
Scoop.it!

5 Lessons From my Biggest Blog Fails of 2011

5 Lessons From my Biggest Blog Fails of 2011 | BUSINESS and more | Scoop.it

I failed a lot this year.

 

My gut reaction was to quietly sweep my failures under the rug, whistle, and walk away.

 

But instead, I figured I’d scrape the bottom of the barrel to see if there was any gold. Sue me. I’m an optimist.

 

Instead of a collection of successful case studies, this post will be a coroner’s report that aims to figure out why my worst blog posts of 2011 hit the web with a thud. (Actually, a thud would have been nice. These things barely went noticed).

 

Here are the lessons I learned:...

more...
No comment yet.