John Jellinek

1 year ago

How Business Owners Can Survive a Recession

Surviving a recession takes skill and planning. Unfortunately, many company bosses wait too long before taking the steps necessary to save their businesses during a recession. Instead of waiting, they should take steps early on to save their businesses. Here are three ideas to he ...

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John Jellinek

1 year ago

Free Online Classes for Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs have become the new rock stars of the 21st century. Those who want to join the ranks of Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, or even Gary Vaynerchuk will learn about free online courses that they can take to figure out the ins and outs of entrepreneurship. Best ...

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John Jellinek

1 year ago

Ensuring Your First Impression is the Best

Originally posted on JohnJellinek.info · A person’s appearance involves more than just how they dress. Making a great first impression has a lot to do with body language and, of course, an excellent pitch. When going into any business situation or applying for a position within a ...

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John Jellinek

1 year ago

Courtroom Tactics for a Stronger Management Style

Originally published on JohnJellinek.info · If you are a manager, then you know that commanding respect and influencing your workers is crucial to your success. It is your job to read the people around you and do everything necessary to get them working as well as possible. In yo ...

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John Jellinek

1 year ago

The Most Entrepreneurial Cities in America

Originally published on JohnJellinek.info · Recent years have seen the development of an excellent environment for entrepreneurship in the United States. The number of self-employed individuals is higher than it has been in decades, with many different sectors of society, from im ...

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John Jellinek

1 year ago

Courtroom Tactics for a Stronger Management Style

Originally published on JohnJellinek.info · If you are a in a management position, then you know that commanding respect and influencing your employees is crucial to success. It is your job to read the people around you and do everything necessary to get them working as well as p ...

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John Jellinek

1 year ago

Essential Workplace Skills for 2020
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Essential Workplace Skills for 2020

As times change, the world demands new skills. But some of them are timeless. There’s never going to be a point where clients don’t want better products, better offers. · Three essential skills give an unfair advantage in business. When workers improve at them, they achieve bette ...

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John Jellinek

1 year ago

Private Philanthropy and Public Education in the U.S.

Originally published on JohnJellinek.org · Traditionally, in the United States, public education has been shaped by tax dollars and the communities that pay them. In recent decades, however, that has changed. New theories of education and influential universities have started to ...

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John Jellinek

1 year ago

The Pros and Cons of Combining Marketing with Philanthropy

Originally published on JohnJellinek.org · Most businesses have heard that charitable giving and volunteer work should be used in their marketing plans in order to generate more returns. There is truth to this sentiment, but also pitfalls companies need to seriously consider befo ...

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John Jellinek

1 year ago

Technology's Positive Impact on Insurance

Technology has had an impact on everything else in our lives, so it’s no surprise that it has also changed the world of insurance buying. Going beyond simply ease of use, it has empowered today’s savvy shopper with increased knowledge about their choices in a world full of confus ...

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John Jellinek

1 year ago

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The Latest in Fintech Benefits

The term Fintech combines the words finance and technology. It is used to describe the blending of the structure of finance with the efficiency and security of technological innovation. People wholeheartedly believe it is the next level of financial transactions and banking.  · T ...

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John Jellinek

2 years ago

Philanthropy Spotlight: Robert F. Smith

Originally published on JohnJellinek.org · Robert F. Smith is just one of the founders responsible for forming Visa Equity Partners, which is a private equity firm that focuses on SaaS technology. His estimated $5 billion net worth ranks him as the wealthiest African-American in ...

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John Jellinek

2 years ago

De-Mergers: Defining Corporate Break-Ups

Originally published on JohnJellinek.com · Bigger isn’t always better, and that’s a principle that more and more businesses are beginning to understand. The evidence is in the numbers. 2015 saw corporate spin-offs valued at a quarter of a trillion dollars. That’s double what the ...

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John Jellinek

2 years ago

Biggest Mistakes Made by New Philanthropists (Pt. 2)

Philanthropy, as discussed before, is an admirable pursuit in making a difference for the benefit of others. Those with little to experience in this field, however, could find it more challenging than previously thought, and often find themselves making detrimental mistakes, some ...

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John Jellinek

2 years ago

Biggest Mistakes Made by New Philanthropists (Pt. 1)

Philanthropy is a noble pursuit, regardless of your experience with it. If you are new to charitable activity, your fresh ambition can be a huge motivating factor as you work towards your cause or initiative of choice, and this may serve your vision well — after all, a philanthro ...

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John Jellinek

2 years ago

Top Gear’s Take on NASCAR vs. F1

It seems that there are pretty solid stances on which is best: Formula One versus NASCAR. Fans typically pick their choices and stick with them. Its either “Formula One (F1) is boring,” or it is on the opposite spectrum of “NASCAR doesn’t require talent.” No matter the stance, co ...

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John Jellinek

2 years ago

Mergers and Acquisitions: The Basics

Originally published on JohnJellinek.com · As companies grow, there is a natural proclivity for them to begin acquiring other businesses that could help streamline their processes or help strategically enter a new demographic. This process typically falls under the umbrella of Me ...

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