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The Ugly Truth About Your Office’s Open Floor Plan

Offices with open floor plans are the new normal — it’s hard to find an office these days that has more traditional cubicles for each employee. This is because, for the longest time, open floor plans were marketed as a design that makes employees more efficient and productive. However, a recent study from the minds …

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Task Pigeon Releases Major Update As User Numbers Continue To Grow (Here the Founder Shares His Thoughts)

As a Bootstrapped and solo founder it can often be hard knowing when to pull the trigger on another major investment into your company or product. I faced that question a couple of months back when I took stock of where Task Pigeon was and where I wanted it to go. I was energized by …

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Why Non-Technical Startup Founders Should Learn To Code

There is no rule that says you need to be a technical founder to start a startup. In, fact there are plenty examples of successful non-technical startup founders. That said, if you are a non-technical founder, there is no reason why you shouldn’t learn to code. In fact, I am going to argue that learning …

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How To Manage The Blog Post Creation Process – From Having An Idea To Publishing & Promoting Your Post

Creating blog posts on a consistent basis is hard work. On the surface it looks easy. You pen anywhere from five hundred to a few thousand words, upload the article to WordPress (or another platform that powers your blog) and hit publish? If only it were that easy! Once you scale beyond a blog post …

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Not All Startup Founders Can Go Full Time On Day One – What It’s Like Balancing A Startup, Full Time Work and A Family

You know what sucks? Hearing people say that you can’t possibly be committed to your startup if you still hold down a full time job. I’m sorry……… but I’d bet a decent amount of money that I am just as committed and put in just as many (productive) hours as most other founders. That said, …

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What Is A Stand Up Meeting? And What Are There Benefits?

Meetings are part and parcel of every day life in the corporate world. Typically, meetings have been set in 30 minute or one hour increments, regardless of the amount of material that needs to be discussed. More recently however, there has been a trend to other shorter meeting structures. This includes the “stand up meeting”. …

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