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What Football Has Taught Me About Business

I put on football pads for the first time in 1997. I was a nine-year-old boy, who until that point hadn’t seriously played any sport. To be honest, I had no idea how the game even worked. Though, I was lucky to have my best friend on the team, and his father as a coach.…

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Double Your Reading Speed in 5 Minutes

I started regularly reading books when I was in my teens. It used to take me over an hour to read 30 pages. Thinking I was born a slow reader, naturally I spent a lot of time trying to correct my problem. In pursuit of a normal reading speed (about 200 words per minute), speed…

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5 Powerful Expressions for Entrepreneurs to Live By

Many entrepreneurs about to start their businesses fret over every detail, as if their business is a rocket ship preparing to take off into space. It’s a common misconception that there is no second chance to recalculate your course once you’ve taken off. This is far from the truth. Businesses are rarely overnight successes; take…

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Daily Rules for Working Remotely

I love the Cave offices. Working with our team in Fort Lauderdale and Toronto is not only productive, it’s enjoyable. The more fun I’m having, the harder I work, so it’s always great to be in the same physical location as my teammates. Recently though, I’ve had to learn how to work remotely, spending nearly…

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8 Email Service Providers: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Who am I? I’m a guy who tested 8 popular email service providers over the past month while looking for one that fit our needs. I really wish I was kidding. One of the side effects of all this is that I’ve become somewhat of an expert on what makes a good email service provider…

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The Habits of the World’s Wealthiest People

What’s the difference between being rich and being poor? Often, it comes down to daily habits (there’s a reason the Power of Habit is my second favorite business book). For those of you who have ever wondered what Oprah Winfrey and Warren Buffet have in common: you’re in luck. Take a look at the infographic…

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5 Tools That Help Remote Teams Be Productive

As it stands, we’re a company of six people – Two in Toronto, one in Vancouver and three in Fort Lauderdale.   Needless to say, remote work environments present a series of challenges. How do you communicate, and collaborate effectively? How do you measure accountability? How do you make sure everyone feels like they’re part…

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Look to The Girl Scouts For Advice on Social Media

Think Twitter doesn’t need to be a part of your digital marketing strategy? We often hear this from traditional businesses and it couldn’t be further from the truth. You don’t have to be a startup to benefit from the micro-blogging platform. Traditional organizations around the world have shown that Twitter is not just for angst…

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Twitter Stats for Businesses [Infographic]

With over 302 million active users, Twitter is a hugely popular social networking site that strangely still escapes many businesses’ daily routines. A recent study performed by Forbes Magazine found that Twitter ranked number one, even ahead of LinkedIn and Facebook, when it came to sales prospecting. One industry expert Vanessa Di Mauro, CEO and…

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Why Every Business Should Use Wistia For Video Hosting

(Note: Wistia did not ask or pay for this, we truly just love the product) If you’re a business owner thinking about adding video to your website, chances are you’re doing research into where you should host your video. Most people go with YouTube or Vimeo just based on name recognition. I’m here to tell…

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