What is “Dressing for Success?”
In February, the Wall Street Journal posted an article entitled, “Why Dressing for Success Leads to Success” by Ray Smith. I spent my entire corporate career (23 years with Marriott) in suits. During those years I worked in the corporate accounting department and later in various hotels where suits were expected and in one hotel … Continue reading What is “Dressing for Success?”
Edoc in the Community: Amaizing Grace Kettle Corn
From Oak Tree Communications: Jim Mullaney is a creative Christian businessman with a heart for ministry. He and an ecumenical board of Christian leaders based at the Lindenwald United Methodist Church in Fairfield are expanding their five-year-old kettle corn BIZNISTRY nationwide to benefit nonprofits and help shine the light of Christ in places where it … Continue reading Edoc in the Community: Amaizing Grace Kettle Corn
The 2 Surprising Things I’ve Learned Working for a Purpose-Driven Company
Very much like my Millennial peers, it’s important for me to work for a company that is making a positive impact on the world. And, much like many other people today—regardless of age or generation—I value working for company that is purpose-driven. Our Small Giants fishbowl this week reminded me of one of the first … Continue reading The 2 Surprising Things I’ve Learned Working for a Purpose-Driven Company
Sales Call Angst
It’s happened again! Another salesperson called, a call I expected as he was referred by another business associate of mine. After he introduced himself he asked me what our company did!!! I asked if he looked at our website and he said no. Here he is, a “sales professional,” 30 years in position who doesn’t … Continue reading Sales Call Angst
Are You a Small Giant Entrepreneur?
Are you building your company to last forever rather than to flip and sell? Do you value your staff for helping build your company? Are you driven by passion for purpose and principles ahead of cash profits? Are you motivated toward partnering with clients and providing service excellence? Do you insist on the same from … Continue reading Are You a Small Giant Entrepreneur?
Taking the High Road
It is heartbreaking and sometimes catastrophic when a small business owner experiences internal fraud and/or betrayal by employees. It is not always possible to prevent internal theft or employees going rogue if they are on that penchant path. It is possible, however, to limit the damage with the right company platform and reasonable controls. Now … Continue reading Taking the High Road
How to Adopt a Virtual Culture
Get Edoc’s Latest Digital Download: Adopting a Virtual Culture for Growth Download this special report to learn: what forward thinking leadership means for a more flexible work environment the shift in culture that must take place as you move to a more virtual work environment how to balance creativity, flexibility & productivity as a virtual worker … Continue reading How to Adopt a Virtual Culture
Infographic: Why Join the Small Giants Community?
READ MORE: Traditional vs. Modern Business Practices Kim Sykes is a marketer and content creator at Edoc Service Inc, a total virtual company
Edoc Infographic: Growing Your Company
READ MORE: Part 2 of the interview with the Small Giants’ First Officer of Mojo Kim Sykes is a marketer and content creator at Edoc Service Inc, a total virtual company
Lessons from GrowCo15: The Story You Didn’t Know About Airbnb
This past week the Edoc team had the privilege of visiting Nashville, Tennessee for GrowCo15. The Grow Your Company Conference is a three-day event, packed with 50 educational sessions for business leaders and entrepreneurs looking to grow their company. (You can see why we attended!) Once again this year, GrowCo15 brought in hard-hitting headliners from … Continue reading Lessons from GrowCo15: The Story You Didn’t Know About Airbnb