How to Get Lucky in Business

Shama.Tv: How to Get Lucky in Business with Frans Johansson, Author of The Click Moment

The New New York, a Whole New Approach to Business

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What are Employers Discovering about Candidates through Social Media?

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The NEW Workplace for Young Professionals

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Social Advertising

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Essential Skills For Entrepreneurial Success And How You Can Develop Them

Entrepreneur Checklist

entrepreneur checklistEmbarking on the journey towards entrepreneurship is exciting when envisioned in your mind but can be very daunting and demanding when actually materializing your ideas. Let me clearly state that being an entrepreneur is not for the faint of heart or those who are mentally weak. This career path will highlight your strengths and your weaknesses and will force you to focus intently on bettering yourself to find success. Are you tough enough mentally and emotionally? Are you prepared to work unbelievably hard and constantly keep a competitive mindset on how to better enhance yourself for success? This is what entrepreneurship demands of you on a continual basis. Make sure you are completely prepared and mindful of what awaits you as a hopeful entrepreneur.

Here are 6 personal tools needed to help assist you along your entrepreneurial journey.


Just generating ideas in your mind about your success is not going to produce the desired results. You have to be willing to put in the necessary work and a little extra to get in the position you are seeking. When you speak to people about your business they should be able to feel the passion you have to see your ideas prosper. This demonstrates your ability to keep pushing towards your goals without hesitation until they are finally achieved.
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Still Think Social Media is a Fad???

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Why Do People Become Freelancers?

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WordPress Now Powers More Than 50 Million Sites

WordPress reaches 50 million websites


Open source blogging platform WordPress has reached an important milestone: It powers more than 50 million websites, about half of which are hosted on

Also, more than 287 million people view more than 2.5 billion pages on each month and, on an average day, users create about 500,000 new posts and 400,000 new comments, according to WordPress’ official stats.

Recently, WordPress competitor Tumblr surpassed 20 million blogs, passing in terms of the number of blogs hosted on the platform.

However, unlike Tumblr, WordPress lets users install and use the platform on their own web host. Due to the simplicity and versatility of the platform, WordPress isn’t only used to power blogs, it can also be used for running various types of personal, business and community websites.


UtterJargon itself runs on WordPress. We believe that it is one of the most lightweight and user friendly CMS’s out today. Please contact us if you are interested in putting up a wordpress site of your own. Check out our work page to see a couple of wordpress sites we have already created.

The Troubles of Sitting Down

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Business Book: Little Bets by Peter Sims

Little Bets describes a set of simple yet often counterintuitive experimental methods to explore and develop new ideas, in work and life…

What is a “little bet”?

Little bets are a way to explore and develop new possibilities. Specifically, a little bet is a low-risk action taken to discover, develop, and test an idea. Chris Rock develops new comedy routines by making little bets with small audiences; Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos makes small bets to identify opportunities in new markets like cloud computing. Little bets are at the center of an approach to get to the right idea without getting stymied by perfectionism, risk-aversion, or excessive planning.

How is this approach different from and better than the typical way most people do something new?

We’re taught from an early age to use certain procedures and rules to analyze and solve problems, such as for math or chemistry. There’s an emphasis on minimizing errors and avoiding failure. These skills serve us extremely well when we have enough information to put into a formula or plan. But what happens when we don’t even know what problems we’re trying to solve? In those kinds of situations, engaging in a process of discovery and making little bets complements more linear, procedural thinking.

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