When growing up and working with my father he always emphasized that you needed a pathway. By this he mean that you need adequate space when working and to have organized work spaces. Cluttered work spaces slow work down by having to look to items or not having enough room to operate. The loss of … Continue reading Workplace Cleanliness
Personally I work from home with me i have Harley a border collie lab mix and Lily a Siberian husky with me. I spend all day working around and hanging out with my dogs. In my opinion I enjoy having my friends with me while I am working. We are able to check on each … Continue reading Should Dogs in the Work Place?
In this day and age you are able to search and learn how to do most anything, but in my opinion entrepreneurship needs to be learned hands on. From the classes you can take or the books you can read all are useful and serve their purpose but nothing compares to actually starting and running … Continue reading My advice to entrepreneurs
In the engineering profession the overwhelming majority are males while females are severely underrepresented. According at an article on ASME says, "Although the number of female engineers today has greatly improved since the early 1980's, when only 5.8% of engineers in the U.S. were women, it’s still surprisingly low. Currently, only 14% of engineers are … Continue reading Women in Engineering
Personal branding is well known although often misunderstood. If you were to look for more information about a person nowadays we would run a google search. We want to develop our online platforms so that when people search you they find your personal brand. in the social digital world consists of social media platforms. In … Continue reading What is Personal Branding?
The difference between leader and manager is slight but they are functionally different. The difference for me between leader and manager is that a leader is involved in the action where a manager oversees but isn’t directly involved in the work. Personally, in the workforce I have no use for managers as a worker I … Continue reading Are you a Leader or Manager?
Currently I am pursuing a master’s in business administration at the University of Nevada, Reno. Last semester I took a class in which I was introduced to the idea of the service-profit chain, shown below. The service-profit chain is broken down into two parts, the blue shaded area represents the company internals, to the right of the … Continue reading What is the Service-Profit Chain?
Greed has been a hot topic in recent years, such as in the financial industry where five of the worlds biggest banks are felons. These companies include JPMorgan, Chase, Citicorp, Royal Bank of Scotland, and UBS AG. It is astounding to imagine companies of such large magnitude falling prey to greed. These companies had short … Continue reading Greed in Business
As entrepreneurs, we have the power to decide the internal set up the company as well as the morals and values of the community of employees. Our company will impact community surrounding them, these being your employees, your customers, and the environment. How we decide to set the foundation of our companies matters. We have … Continue reading Our Responsibility as Entrepreneurs
In my last blog post, we talked about physical appearance impacts success. Today we are going to delve deeper into on aspect that you can control in how people perceive you. We can control how we dress and how we dress influences impressions. In my personal experiences, I had a day where I fully understood … Continue reading How you dress influences impressions