Is Your Home Office Costing You Business?
The home office is where a lot of entrepreneurs and startups begin for what I think are obvious reasons: it's at no cost and a safe place to build. You can take conference calls or meetings either at your desk or off-site at your favorite coffee shop and the flexibility
Create, Innovate, Inspire, and Persevere by Eating Well
thinkspace members who have met me know that I am Peter Chee’s assistant and that I’m relatively new to Seattle. What the majority of you won’t know is that my background is in holistic health and wellness along with a master’s degree in education. These concentrations share a common foundation
How I Work With Tiffany Larson, ZappBug
The “How I Work” series, most noteworthy done by Lifehacker, has been reproduced by multiple authors for good reason: people love to hear from successful and influential people and learn the intricacies of their day-to-day. It can be inspiring and motivating to hear about the best, and oftentimes most simplistic practices. Bi-monthly,
"Why Not Me?" – Russell Wilson
Why not me? Why not us?! Seahawks in the Super Bowl.
Stop Overthinking It
"You can't be that kid standing at the top of the water slide, overthinking it. You have to go down the chute." - Tina Fey
All the Answers in the World
I've always thought people have multiple selves - meaning your actions and reactions vary based on people and settings. It's hard to be one personality all the time. For example my "personal self" loves horoscopes. A horoscope or fortune is a slight glimmer of hope of what might come tomorrow, or at least a
3 Tips for Using Groupon to Grow Your Business (Without Destroying It)
Our friends at Salty Waffle recently published an article written by Cameron over at Synotac. If you're a small business owner- I definitely recommend checking out Cameron's daily deal sites for business blog series. There has been a lot of buzz about Groupon, LivingSocial, Google Deals and all the other online deals sites over the
How To Get a Job at a Startup
Many people that dream of eventually owning their own business consider getting a job with a startup business. Working for a start up can offer “pre-entrepreneurs” a lot of value. Employees of startups are able to see just how hard it is to run your own business on the day-to-day.
How to be Lazy, Productive and Successful
This is a guest post from one of our thinkspace members, Matt Heinz president and founder of Heinz Marketing. Some of the most successful and productive people I know are lazy. They'll tell you so. David Allen, author of Getting Things Done and the godfather of productivity. Lazy. He will tell you this
Small Business Success by Seth Godin
Straight from Seth Godin's blog -- it's an old one from 2007. I love reading older blog posts for the first time and looking at them as hindsight 20/20