The world needs entrepreneurs. They are the ones who are going to solve the big problems of the world. What would have happened if the Wright Brothers had not invented the plane? The Salvadoran Alfredo co-founder and CEO of Uassist ask the same question. ME the firm offers remote administrative assistance.
In June, Atanacio was part of the select list of social entrepreneur’s 170 countries invited by the US Department of State at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Silicon Valley. There were met the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, LinkedIn, Reid Hoafman, Aribnb, Uber, etc. That is why Atanacio insists: the next Mark Zuckerberg or Steve Jobs will not come from the United States. The investors (of the GES) were told to be prepared that the next great thing that is invented in the world is not being done in U.S. Continue reading “Lessons for entrepreneurs who start”
Some people seem to have a natural talent for talking about themselves in an attractive, easy, and completely authentic way while others cost them years of persistence and practice under the watchful eye of an executive coach to build trust. Here we share four helpful tips to master the art of self-promotion and reach your full potential.
- Build your image
Style is very important now of self-promotion but there must also be a real substance behind that image as well as promotions. Therefore, you must continue to build your skills your products or services, and your career along with yourself promotion. Continue reading “Tips to master the art of self promotion”
Take into account cultural norms
If you must work with an unfamiliar culture, as a manager you must modify your behavior to suit cultural norms. This can be difficult especially if it makes you feel untrue. Try these three tips if you are faced with this situation. Identify the problem. Identify what bothers you. For example, in a culture that values a different leadership style, are you struggling to provide clear guidelines?
Adjust your behavior. Make small but significant adjustments that are reflected in the culture you are working on and remain true to your values. You do not have to yell at employees, but you could be more assertive. Recognize the value. While you may have to behave in a counter-intuitive way, you should focus on the desired outcome. Continue reading “Be aware of cultural norms”