Growth is good for a business as it helps explore new opportunities, experiment with better product offerings, develop a larger customer base and create additional revenue streams. But, there are right and wrong ways to expand a business, and one should aim to follow the former to ensure long-term success and survival. In this article by Nicola Reid at Business4Today, we’ll explore three strategies entrepreneurs should follow to grow their businesses.Read More
Most businesses need to rely on a consistent course of action or actions to stay on the path to success. Moreover, this will usually involve upholding certain standards of excellence so that expectations are not only met but are exceeded over time. Here are some tips from Nicola Reid at Business4Today on how to implement these deliverables so that you hit the mark every time.Read More
Entering the world of business can lead to a rewarding career. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) states that the average person in business or finance earns an average of $72,250 per year. As a person with a disability, though, you may question if this is possible for you.
Fortunately, a business career is definitely an option, especially when you understand the ins and outs of the business world. – thanks to these tips and resources from Inbizability owner, Derek GoodmanRead More
Inbizability owner, Derek Goodman knows owning a business will undoubtedly come with its fair share of financial hardships, especially in these unpredictable times. Sometimes, these financial setbacks can be smaller than we anticipated, and at other times, they can be bigger than we could have imagined, causing us to falter and doubt our better judgment. However, many times it is these exact setbacks that lead to an even better and more promising outcome than we could have ever foreseen. So, if you’ve found that you’ve hit a financial stumbling block in your career, don’t despair.Read More
Immense gratitude – my whole being is incredibly grateful for how Simplified by Jess has impacted my professional and personal life.Read More
Celebrating growth and health during these tumultuous times, I’m pleased to share that an amazing new client of Simplified has created a cannabis cookbook to benefit disabled American Veterans. In his streamlined and fun cookbook, Coach Marc Connor provides individuals a different alternative to meet their medical cannabis needs, as well as improving their overall lifestyle.
“As soon as cannabis became legal, I’ve been helping other Vets like me move toward living a chemical-free lifestyle… and that includes eliminating pain pills. After my second knee surgery, I realized that I didn’t need the pain pills the doctors prescribed. Cannabis worked better! Ever since, I’ve been cookin’ with cannabis… and helping others learn how to do the same.” – Coach Marc Connor, a disabled Navy Vet and Cannabis advocate.
For just ten bucks, evolve your palate from traditional “dank” treats to the edible expansiveness in which cooking with cannabutter provides adults who use it for both medication and recreation. Cannabutter Cookin’ features 25 tastebud-tickling, tried ‘n true recipes including salads, sides, soups ‘n stews, entrees and desserts.
Coach Connor believes in giving back to those who served our country, those who deserve access to resources not readily accessible to them. Because of this, Coach Connor guarantees that (at least) 25% of the purchase amount is donated to Vets.
This cookbook is work of love as a result of over three years of medicinal cooking.
When I started Simplified by Jess three years ago, I could have never imagined what it would be like today. I am truly humbled and grateful – I had the distinct privilege of designing my life around my passions and unique skillset, and I do not take that for granted. I have the extreme honor of serving Simplified clients in so many different industries and modalities, AND I’ve collaborated with phenomenal companies across the country to streamline and improve their marketing, branding and recruiting processes.
Maintaining a constantly motivated and united remote team isn’t always easy – especially if you’re new on the scene. And thanks to COVID-19, almost everyone – willingly or otherwise – has had to become a make-shift remote worker. But how do you keep your team motivated and united despite the incumbent distractions of working from home and the gloomy atmosphere presented by the news? Well, for starters, you need to engage in team-building activities that will keep your employees happy, united, and motivated. Here are a few cool ones to get you started.
We have all been navigating our figurative boats through the tumultuous sea that is COVID-19. At the beginning of the year, none of us knew what 2020 had in store – many of us as business owners and individuals created big plans for 2020 and beyond. However, now we are all in a new world six months later and we must pivot ourselves and our businesses to accommodate for our new normal.