Congratulations! You’ve grown your small business to a legitimate money-making venture. You’ve hit many benchmarks, and you’re well on your way to the $10 million revenue bracket. You’ve built a team, garnered great reviews, and potential clients are actually beginning to contact you in addition to your tireless networking.
If you’ve ever cringed at a misplaced comma, an apostrophe paired with an s to make a word plural or a misspelled word, you might be a proofreader.
Who doesn’t love a good story?
When my grandma passed away many years ago, I got to go through her house and pick out anything I wanted to keep. I came home with a few of my favorite things: her antique Singer sewing machine — the one she learned to sew on as a child; the cedar-lined hope chest from the foot of her bed which now stands in my living room; and the green, wooden rocking chairs she and her husband spent countless hours in and now decorate my front porch.
An age-old question: If a tree falls in the forest and nobody’s there to hear it, does it make a sound? Well, to be honest, we really don’t know.
The flipbook, the pen and the fedora are all staples of the quintessential reporter. And that familiar phrase, “Just the facts, ma’am.”
“Just the facts, ma’am.”
Fractured teams are bad. Fractional employees are good — and no, those aren’t the same words. We’re not trying to be cute here. Going from fractured to fractional is actually a thing, and it will help you save money instead of losing it.
Everyone’s got a thing, right?
If you are alive, you probably know that feeling of wishing you had a few more minutes in the day.