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Being a good boss means that you lead from the front and inspire others to go above and beyond what they feel they are capable of, in other words you get the best out of your employees while’st at the same time creating a happy and productive working environment.

Being the boss isn’t always easy, but the buck stops at you and you are responsible for the physical and mental welfare of your employees, you may not get it right all the time but you must make sure that any decision you make is in the best interest of the employee and the business because if the business suffers so does the employee, so not all decisions will be popular but you are the one in the driving seat and you have to take responsibility.

The role of a manager is to run the business efficiently, productively, and make a profit, but all the tasks that you need to complete as the boss to achieve that remit can be daunting to say the least, but self belief in your own ability, confidence, and being able to think out of the box are essential quality’s to have in your locker, but having those quality’s alone will be useless if you haven’t got the goodwill and support of your work force. Trust is a keyword in any business, but how do you gain that trust? just giving everyone a pay-rise won’t work you have to bee seen to be in control of everything connected with the business, sometimes you have to be firm with your employees to keep control of the shop floor, you have to praise and give rewards when it is merited, and you have to show an interest in your employees on a more personal level to make sure everything is OK with them, because a happy employee is a productive employee and that can only be good for business.

Being a boss is not an easy job, but if you get it right you will increase your profit margin, so it’s not just about being a nice person, but it makes good business sense. Now what I have written is a very simplistic view of it and there is so much more to running a successful business, but get the basics right and you are halfway there.

Andy (Global Bloggers)

How and when to earn your first Euro with blogging

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This feeling …

You sit in your favorite cafe, drink a latte machiatto with caramel and look at the people who pass by you.

The sun is shining. A wonderful day.

Suddenly your phone vibrates. You’ve got a new message:

Hans Muller has bought your product. Your new account balance: 5 euros.

You are making money right now – while you are drinking coffee. You just earned money without actively working for it. You’ve just earned money on the internet.

This feeling of earning the first euro on the internet will never leave you.

Almost every blogger and entrepreneur repeatedly refers to this life-changing experience: “When I earned my first Euro on the internet, I could not stop. This feeling was indescribable. “

And yes, it’s true: If you’ve been paid for years per hour, then that feeling is life-changing. You earn money without having the feeling of work.

I remember…

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What I’ve Learned From Three Years of Blogging(and how none of it will help you)


First off, if you’re here reading this thinking after your done all of your blogging worries and concerns will be magically solved and that you’ll be the next “big deal” in the blogosphere, sorry mate you’ve clicked into the wrong page.

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However, having said that, why not stick through this with me.

If there is one thing that I’ve learned over the past two and a half years is, you never know what small and seemingly insignificant nugget of information found in what may look like just another random blog post can make the world of difference.

I started this blog back in the summer of 2016, as a way to share with others the outdoor adventures that Lynn and I were having and to inspire others regardless of the point they may currently be in, to get outdoors and experience all that nature has to offer.

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7 Simple Tips to Write Catchy Headlines That Will Attract More Readers

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Riddle me this:I am something. If you dress me up fine and make me as attractive as ever, I would bring you all the blog readers that you desire. But if you dress me up terribly or pay no attention to my physical appearance, I just might steal from you the blog readers that you have already.

What am I?

Go on and think. I’ll wait.

If you still haven’t figured out the answer yet, it’s a headline.

Are you surprised?… Well, don’t be.

Many years ago, long before the internet, people would usually skim through an article before deciding whether or not to read that article. But in today’s world, people have an attention span that’s shorter than that of a goldfish.

What with the collosal amount of information — notifications, social media posts, emails, blog articles, websites, books, and local newspapers — that people have to digest…

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How to be a Girlboss: 4 Things Every Girlboss Needs

Girlboss time!

If you have been following my blog for awhile, you know that I write primarily about being a girlboss and productivity. That’s because we should all embrace our inner girlboss. Being a girlboss is just about knowing what you want, stopping at nothing to reach your goals, working for yourself and no one else, inspiring others, etc. I love the idea of working hard at what you love, and feeling good about yourself!! Self love, empowerment, happiness, and hard work are the words I would use to describe being a girlboss. Sounds good right? It actually sounds amazing! Who wouldn’t want to chase their biggest dreams and feel completely confident in everything they do?? Obviously, it’s not that easy. That’s why today I am sharing a few tips that will set you on a path to being a kick ass-hardworking-girlboss. You deserve to be happy with your work…

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