7 Business Truths Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know

In order to ensure that you are on the right track, you must absorb and process all feedback, good and bad. Many founders have shipwrecked their companies simply because of their resistance to hearing bad news, despite warning signs during initial meetings with friends, family, colleagues, and business associates. Keeping an open mind is necessary for entrepreneurs to build products and services that address an actual market. 

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8 Ways to Make Meetings Suck Less

For many, “meeting” is an evil word. Meetings can suck the life from you and your staff, particularly your millennial workforce, by distracting from the critical day-to-day actions that are needed to keep a business afloat. Poorly-run meetings waste more time and money than any other facet of corporate life, a problem to which startups are especially susceptible. 

On the other hand, well-run organizations properly hire and train managers who can keep meetings short and to the point, with an outline and an accurate list of who needs to be in the room. This frees top performers to continue their winning streak, rather than find themselves stuck in an office-wide meeting that has no bearing on their work.

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