Posts

Showing posts from May, 2022

Way outside of the box

Image
INC. THIS MORNING Way outside of the box Good morning, Even when you think you have a brilliant idea, it can take some convincing to get others on board. Just ask some of today's most successful founders. Airbnb, Dropbox, and Reddit are just a few companies who used some far out-of-the-box strategies to get their very first customers before becoming household names. Check them out–they might work for you, too . HERE'S WHAT ELSE I'M READING TODAY:

The Memorial Day Sale Ends Today: Subscribe + get over 50% off

Image
This is your last chance to enjoy 50% off your subscription to Inc. Unlimited! Get access to our latest issue, which features the 2022 Best Workplaces, and guaranteed coverage of our 2022 Inc. 5000, plus so much more. All subscriptions are $9.99 each and include: Unlimited access to all of our content on Inc.com Full access to the Inc. app available for iOS and Android devices Delivery of the latest digital magazine issue and a searchable issue library Subscribe Now Interested in our Enterprise discount subscriptions? Let us know!

That’s an order

Image
INC. THIS MORNING That’s an order Good morning, If you’re going to counter the Great Resignation with the Great Retention , you’d be wise to have a thoughtful strategy to prevent burnout at your company.  What’s the best way to ensure your team gets sufficient time to rest and recharge? As some businesses are learning, one popular tack, giving employees unlimited paid time off, can backfire. When there’s no “budget” for PTO, often people take even less time than they did before because they feel guilty asking for it. There is a better way. Read on for how some companies are mitigating burnout by issuing vacation

Ends at Midnight

Image
Don't sit this one out. The time to claim your million–dollar future is now. View in browser Fellow Investor, I know crypto assets like bitcoin have been on a wild ride lately.  It’s worth highlighting how just 20 months ago, bitcoin was trading around $10,700 per coin. So

The Memorial Day Sale Starts Now: Get over 50% off Inc. Unlimited

Image
Celebrate Memorial Day with an annual digital subscription for only $9.99! Get access to our latest issue, which features the 2022 Best Workplaces, and guaranteed coverage of our 2022 Inc. 5000, plus so much more. All subscriptions are $9.99 each and include: Unlimited access to all of our content on Inc.com Full access to the Inc. app available for iOS and Android devices Delivery of the latest digital magazine issue and a searchable issue library Subscribe Now Interested in our Enterprise discount subscriptions? Let us know!

Crypto is not for everyone; but it might be for you

Image
Don't sit this one out. The time to claim your million–dollar future is now. View in browser Fellow Investor, I know crypto assets like bitcoin have been on a wild ride lately.  It’s worth highlighting how just 20 months ago, bitcoin was trading around $10,700 per coin. So

[RSVP Today] Building the Best Entrepreneurial You with Madefor co-founder and CEO Patrick Dossett

Image
LIVE VIRTUAL EVENT WITH PATRICK DOSSETT Co-founder and CEO, Madefor WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 2022 / 12:00 PM ET REGISTER NOW Join Patrick Dossett, co-founder and CEO of Madefor, a science-backed method for taking control of your life, for an all-new Your Next Move virtual event hosted by Beatrice Dixon, co-founder and CEO of The Honey Pot Company.   In this can't-miss event, Dossett and Dixon will have a candid discussi

Start looking now

Image
INC. THIS MORNING Start looking now Good morning, Many companies are sitting on their heels while figuring out how much office space they will actually need in a hybrid work environment. But they shouldn’t–commercial real estate brokers say that landlords are willing to make good deals now as the market slowly recovers. While lease vacancy rates aren't expected to return to the 30-year average of 15 percent until at least 2026, according to insights from real estate market research firm CBRE, leasing activity is up over 26 percent from last year. Business owners have six to 18 months to make a deal before the mar