Category Archives: Entrepreneurship

Shut Up Legs: Two Business Lessons We Need To Learn From Sports

To make your business a success, you must possess two critical elements. First, a real passion for what you’re doing. Second, an unfailing understanding that in business sometimes it’s two steps forward and one step back. There will be lots of challenging weeks and dedication and persistence are what will get you through. Continue reading

Here’s One Time You Don’t Want Too Much Technology: Pizza

I worked as a welder through college and learned something on job sites. When you’re developing a new building, if you don’t get the foundation right, you’re in trouble. Continue reading

The Five Secret Steps To Making The Best Burger You’ll Ever Cook At Home: Smashburger Unclassified

I’m partial to hamburgers. And I’m certainly not alone. Americans eat nearly 50 billion burgers a year. That translates to a hefty three burgers a week for every single person in the United States. Continue reading

Why Your Future Success Just Got A Little Easier: Three Steps To Hiring And Keeping The Right Employees

If you’re like me, you’re always working on growing your company. You probably wear many hats on the job. One of the most important hats you can wear is the person who does the hiring. Continue reading

Business Advice You Should Never Follow (And One Axiom I Live By)

My grandfather was a great guy. He was a hard working German butcher with an amazing work ethic and a strong sense of family. All assets I value and try to emulate in my own life. However, I think it’s fair to say, grandpa did not have a cheery outlook on life. While he might not have been an optimist, he was I think a realist. Continue reading