Ah, technology – a blessing and a curse. With smartphones, tablets, laptops and Wi-Fi, we have made it possible to work around the clock from almost anywhere in the world. The plus side, our ability to connect with clients and coworkers whenever we need to. On the downside, work-free weekends and evenings are becoming extinct.

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Finally, we can say goodbye to Old Man Winter and hello to spring! The best way to jump into the season with all its fresh air and new blooms is by infusing that freshness into your business.

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If you are a start-up, small business or freelancer, getting the space you and your team need to get your work done can be out of your budget. Often, finding a space that doesn’t break the bank could come with other sacrifices like an undesirable location.

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A lot of people consider volunteering an activity done mainly by students and retirees. However, what people don’t often consider is that volunteering within your community helps make your business stronger.

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“These are establishments that are often the character of a neighborhood, a community. The relationships created between customers and those that work in independent business frequently go beyond just purchases — it becomes familial”

– Rembert Browne, culture critic at large, New York Magazine, via Forbes

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Will Work for Food

Will Work for Food

We’ve all been there, speed walking to the point of running when we find out there is free food in the break room. You would think our burst of energy to the box of donuts would prove that food is a great motivator, but many employers overlook such a simple office perk.

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When we think warehouses we often think of a large, open cement and brick space full of skids and boxes. However, warehouses can be used for more than storing overstock or your old baseball cards.

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