Worth Reading 2/21/14

Dingman Center GAs at work.

Dingman Center GAs at work.

As happens every four years, the Olympics are dominating the media. We can’t get enough of reading about athletes from all across the world. While it’s clear these Olympic athletes are fully committed to training for their sport, many have a day job. American snowboarder, Travis Rice, is not only a sensational athlete, but also a successful entrepreneur. He is the owner and the founder of the online gallery AsymbolGallery.com. There are many more athlete/entrepreneurs out there–who’s your favorite? 

Check out some non-Sochi news we found Worth Reading this week: 

  • For startups, the more social media you can execute yourself, the smalles your budget will need to be. Check out Social Media Stats 2014 (Infographic) to learn which network will work best for your business objectives.
  • As teams grow bigger, it is harder for the boss to motivate and engage with each and every employee. If you’re a founder of startup with a growing team, read  Why Don’t My Employees Care? and learn an important lesson. 

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3 thoughts on “Worth Reading 2/21/14

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