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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)

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6 Reasons Why Bloggers Should Not Be Hard On Themselves

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A large percentage of bloggers have adopted the habit of being hard on themselves.

And, why is it that they have chosen to be hard on themselves?

Because they subconsciously believe that they will become lazy if they approach blogging from an easy angle (It is as though they are a sucker for punishment).

In regards to blogging, I have also been hard on myself in the past (Which lead to me being somewhat moody).

From a psychological sense, if someone or something pushed you constantly (especially when you were not in the mood to be pushed), you would push back.

By the way, I am not insinuating that you should become a complete slacker where blogging is concerned; I am subtlely hinting, that you should approach blogging in a balanced manner (Besides, the last thing that you would want to…

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Jens Life & Style

If you are a blogger on Instagram or any other social media platform, then you know how important it is to connect with your audience through pictures. Pictures are important for letting your audience know who you are and what you are all about.

So of course, I made a list of some must have items that I feel are important to use in your photos to grow your audience on any social media platform.

**This post contains affiliate links.

These blogger must haves will make your pictures and videos look better, more professional, and more put together. Your audience will love that & you can thank me later in the comments.

These are the items that made the list:

A FULL LENGTH MIRROR is amazing for taking selfies in your…

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How to Blog Better

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Sure, I love to write and can easily fill journal pages. I like words, I do, I do.

Yet, my blog is still not where I want it to be. It must be time to change things up around here. What do I do? Other blogs and articles loaded with blogging advice all say the same thing.

I love advice…but, I really love love advice that is vague and repeated everywhere!

How annoying is it when everyone keeps telling you the same generic thing?

Super, and, still, they’re probably right.

Out of dozens of suggestions, I’ve found 3 to be particularly relevant. I had to limit my goals because a hundred goals would end up in a hundred failures. We’re a lot more likely to succeed in at least one way when our targets are focused and condensed rather than sporadic and overwhelmed.

“If you have 200 goals…

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13 Good Blogging Habits That Will Keep Your Blog Alive

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Post at least once every week. Make regular posting your first and most important blogging habit. It may take a while until posting regularly becomes a habit, but keep on at it. Whether you run a personal blog or a commercial one, you need plenty of content.


Post on the same days. If people know when to expect your posts, it will be easier for them to follow your blog.


Keep a list of blog post titles. The best posts are often spontaneous, reflecting your own state of mind or recent experiences. But having a list of titles you can turn into posts will prove useful on those days when you don’t feel particularly inspired.


Schedule posts in advance when you’re away. If you’re going on a trip or need to disconnect from the web for a time, you can schedule one or two posts to…

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7 Reasons to Blog On (When You Don’t Feel Like It)

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There comes a time in every blogger’s life when posts grow scarce and you may think about closing your blog. Maybe you don’t have time to blog anymore. Or blogging fatigue creeps in. Or other ventures draw you away from your blog. Or you feel the need to withdraw from the world and stop writing about your life.

In other words, blogging may start to feel like a chore.

But you should think twice before quitting. Even if you post less, even if you take some off blogging, you don’t have to give up.

Here are some reasons to keep on at it.


It’s a good writing exercise. Whether you post every day or once a month, blogging helps to train your writing muscles.


It keeps you
connected to people.


Your passion
for blogging may reignite later on. If you keep your blog, you won’t have to

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10 Tips to Maximize Your Blog Post’s Social Shares


magine this scenario: You spent sleepless nights crafting the best
content you could probably produce. However, a day or two after hitting
the “Publish” button, your content didn’t take off. It was radio

What could have gone wrong? It is because you’re lame when it comes to content production? Does your target audience even exist?

The thing is, it’s possible that your content is drowning in the sea of other content. It’s called content saturation. This can also lead to less social shares, that’s why your content isn’t getting the eyeballs it deserves.

But don’t worry, here are 10 hacks you can apply on your blog post to boost its social shares.

1. Research on trending topics

According to Neil Patel, “relevant, pressing, breaking news” is the type of content that gets the most social shares.

Breaking news is so fast-paced and usually takes a short 24-hour

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