Here are the articles written for Forbes during November:
7 signs your productivity is a problem (and how to fix it)
Have you ever reached the end of the day only to wonder where the time went? This feeling is more common than you think. With more and more matters vying for attention, it’s no surprise that attention is constantly flittered away. Poor time management, however, is just one of the productivity thieves that can creep into each day.
Why adding a late cofounder could mean a business breakthrough
As the saying goes, if you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. Cofounders are traditionally there from the start. They accompany you for those first few vital stages of starting a business: building the product, establishing the brand and onboarding the first customers.
4 ways to set new hybrid and remote employees up for success
Orientations for new employees used to be pretty simple: give them a tour, show them their cubicle, have them sign some paperwork for HR, and away they go (hopefully). But does that approach truly set new employees up for success?
The 5 money statements that could harm your child’s future
What a young person learns about money from a young age will shape their attitude towards work and wealth forever.
8 ways to love what you do
Doing what you love and being paid to do it is how you win at life. But how many people are doing stuff they hate? Working for bosses they don’t believe in, for companies they don’t care about. Even some entrepreneurs see their work as a slog and can’t wait to sell or find another opportunity.