I’m all about going past the norm when it comes to small business and entrepreneurship, especially when it involves technology. So this is going to be quite the edgy review! And one many might enjoy: it’s about the mega-giant of videos, YouTube.
Aah, those were the days when you had to carry around those city pamphlets with the maps to know where everything is, and finding your local tailor or whatnot was such a beast because you had to open it all up. All those folded squares! Utter madness.
Okay, not many people these days are listening to their voicemails. The hustle and bustle of life has gotten so hectic, a businessperson could save 30 minutes a day from erasing every voicemail left on that day! How’s that for efficiency? Still, if you’re a small-business entrepreneur, you need to make sure you’re in contact with your clients. And that, unfortunately, means keeping an eye (actually an ear) on your messages. It’s absolutely crucial.
It’s not that hard a concept to not trip over any of those pesky cables and cords you’d find in an office complex to power your operation. Of course, typically you’ll find that kind of thing in a big corporation!
But what about a small business?
As Mother’s Day passed this last weekend, I wanted to take a moment and give credit to the ladies who not only raise families – but create enterprises too. It can’t be easy juggling kids, a family, a household and a startup – so here’s a heartfelt kudos to the top mommy entrepreneurs who made the list this year, an annual list compiled by our friends at StartUp Nation.