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When selling to friends & family may not be a good idea...

So we’re just days before the Lunar New Year celebrations, which for us Chinese families, is usually a big deal because that’s when you go through the whole annual Meet-the-Clan routine. 721 more words

Business

The Entrepreneur-Showman Conundrum.

What has showmanship got to do with entrepreneurship? Lots. When you think about it, that’s what the most brilliant marketeers out are understand best: it helps to throw in the smoke and mirrors, make yourself out to be bigger than you are, and even create controversy– all to generate hype and draw attention to your business. 775 more words

Culture

The Working Blog –  Number 4

It feels like a day for practical advice. We don’t give one another enough practical advice. What do I mean by ‘practical’? I’m talking about simple and specific do this or don’t do that. 848 more words

Daily Blog

The Working Blog –  Number 3

I think an impossible thing to achieve in the working world is success. I’ll tell you why. Success becomes impossible when people are unprepared to give the… 597 more words

Daily Blog

Time to Re-Motivate Yourself for Work Life Balance

When you work for yourself, it can be hard to stay motivated each hour of each working day. Particularly when you don’t have somebody floating over you. 441 more words

Employers

Why we are pro-coworking spaces.

I guess there is no open secret that Tactica operates from coworking space provider Collective Works. It’s not like there’s anything to hide: we’re a boutique firm, and in any case, at any given point in time, it’s not like the associates and consultants have to be all gathered at one place to work given the nature of our jobs. 911 more words

Business

New report from the national guardian for freedom to speak up

Dr Henrietta Hughes, national guardian for speaking up freely and safely in the NHS has published a new report, which outlines the progress made since her appointment in October 2016 | NHS Employers… 107 more words

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