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4 Essential Insights for the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

When we asked EO members what lessons they wish they had known at the start of their careers, EO Arizona member and CEO of The James Agency Veronique James shared the following four insights. 1. A Smooth Sea Never Made a Skillful Mariner. A fortune cookie once contained this saying, and I found it to be a prophetically profound dessert. My mantra has always… Read more »

Are You Using the Best Time Tracking System for Your Organization?

Written by Alex Tolbert. Alex is the founder and CEO of BerniePortal, the founder of Bernard Health and an EO Nashville member. The following article appeared on the BerniePortal blog. This column was originally published in HR Technologist. If you have hourly employees, you know how important it is to keep an accurate and compliant record of employee… Read more »

A Year Abroad Brought us F2F with the Power of Parenting

Written for EO by Russell Benaroya, a member of EO Seattle and currently the owner of Stride, a fully managed back office accounting and HR services company helping high growth organizations move forward faster. My wife is a parenting coach and educator, a licensed therapist and a social worker. And I’m an entrepreneur. I see the… Read more »

6 Tips for Hiring and Keeping the Right Team Members

As director and part-owner of the recruiting agency Sharp & Carter, Anthony Holdstock understands the value of building and maintaining a strong team. “Businesses that are driven by people and legacy, as opposed to profit and growth, tend to keep people for longer,” he explains. His approach to hiring has helped grow his business significantly. He… Read more »

Creating a Successful Future: An Interview with Skip Prichard

Skip Prichard is a growth-oriented business leader, turnaround specialist and keynote speaker. He has written a Wall Street Journal bestselling book called The Book of Mistakes: 9 Secrets to Creating a Successful Future.  Can you explain the significance of the concept, “Ask. Seek. Knock.” It may be a simple concept, but it had a profound impact… Read more »