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Sean Kim is the creator of The Growth List, helping you create a business around your lifestyle. This post originally appeared on AccelBlog. Many of you have probably heard of Google Analytics already.
If you’re somewhat lacking in design skills but really need a logo and a name to get your business up and running, there are a few tools out there that can help you. Last week, we brought you a surprisingly
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I recently posted the 10 Dumb Things Bosses Say, with suggestions for what to say instead. However, there are some boss remarks that are so counterproductive that the best strategy is simply to bite your
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Paige Dellavalle co-founded jewelry line Stella Valle with her sister Ashley Jung in 2009. They were a hit at small-scale trunk shows, but they needed funding to expand. The sisters presented their business
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Office workers spend about two hours a day on email. Cal Newport, author of "So Good They Can't Ignore You," argues that this is terrible for your career. While sending emails might feel productive, he
Liam Martin can laugh now. A few years ago, he was overwhelmed by the work he faced as founder of VTA Method, a tutoring company. So he asked an assistant to handle refunds. Not a good move, as it turned
Editor's Note: This article won an award in the Magazine Personal Service category in the 2014 Annual Awards Contest of the Deadline Club, the New York City chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
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