The Age of the Freelancer – Why to Hire One and How to Find the Right One

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The concept of hiring freelancers to handle projects or certain responsibilities is nothing new, however, it’s become very popular over the past decade. There are a few factors that have made the freelancer worker more popular – one major factor –  fewer Americans are embracing the traditional 9-5 job career path.

In 2014, there were 53 million freelancers in American – in 2020, it’s estimated to be 57 million or about 35% of American workers. Freelancers love the freedom of making their own hours, working where they want (no cubicles for them), and being able to pick and choose their own projects.

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Non-Profits: Setting expectations with your Board of Directors

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You’ve been asked to sit on a Non-Profit Board of Directors – but do you really know what that entails?  Did the Executive Director set some clear expectations with you?  If the answer to both of those questions is “No” – you aren’t alone. 

Non-profit CEOs and Executive teams often struggle with board members either not meshing with their culture/core values or the most popular complaint is “They just aren’t active”.

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Is your Sales Team Struggling to Meet Their Goals?

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Today’s consumers are savvy and have access to a ton of information including all that information about your competitors!  Being a salesperson in today’s global market place is very different than back in the days of Glen Gary Glen Ross – and the famed ABC of Sales (Always Be Closing).  Today, business owners and their sales teams must be digitally and socially savvy and be far more aware of not only attracting new business but retaining the clients they already have. Continue reading “Is your Sales Team Struggling to Meet Their Goals?”