This week’s Micro Business Roundup features five articles we think are worth reading this week. A few on the list: How to budget for opening your first office, what every entrepreneur should know about speaking in public, and how to score top talent like Google.
3 Budgeting Tips for Opening Up Your First Office — Are you thinking about opening up your first office? It’s a big step…and one that can be fiscally daunting. This OPEN Forum article has three bits of practical advice that can help with your new-office budget.
7 Tips for Working From Home With Kids — If you’re an entrepreneur who works from home, and has kids who are also home all day, you know how difficult it can be tough to simultaneously juggle childcare and everything that comes with running a business. This article provides seven tips for making working from home with children, well, work for you!
With Passage of JOBS Act, Steve Case, AngelList Founder And Others Look Forward To A Less-Regulated Start-Up World — This Washington Post article details the Jumpstart Our Business Startup (JOBS) Act, and what it might mean for start-ups. Have you been following this story? Tell us what you think in the comments section.
What Every Entrepreneur Needs To Know About Public Speaking — Do you dread speaking in public? If the answer is YES, you might want to read this story from Entrepreneur, which highlights a number of super-useful tips for public speaking. Although, we think you might find it a valuable read even if you love speaking in public. Do you agree with the advice presented in the article? What’s one tip you have for speaking in front of people? Let us know in the comments section.
Hire Like Google: 5 Ways — Sure, you might not be as big as Google, but that doesn’t mean you can’t hire like you are. This Inc. article offers some great advice from Michael B. Junge, a career coach, author and recruiter for Google, on how to hire top talent, no matter your company’s size.
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