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4 Types of Business Goals to Set This Year 0

Nothing screams “end of year wrap-up” like reflecting on everything you’ve achieved with your business. It’s an exciting time to celebrate with everyone you’ve worked so hard with. The part about measuring all your wins over the past year is the fact that your progress doesn’t end when the clock strikes 12. Use the momentum you’ve gained throughout the year to inspire the next goals to achieve heading into the new year.

4 tips for a productive routine minus the monotony 0

Some people thrive in routine. They love waking up knowing exactly what mountains need to be climbed, and they are up for the challenge. Other people find joy in spontaneity and prefer to tackle things as they come. Both of these approaches are totally valid ways to plan your day—and it all comes down to knowing when to plan, and knowing when not to plan.

The definitive guide to defining your company’s values 0

Choosing your company values isn’t always straightforward. In fact, it can be downright hard to summarize your guiding principles in a few brief statements. If you're struggling to pin down your organization's values, we've got your back.

Tips and tricks to manage organizational scaling 0

Going from a five-person startup to a 30-person organization is impressive growth—but as your team expands, so do your responsibilities. Enter: the art of scaling. Stay ahead of the learning curve with our guide on how to confidently scale your business.

Using Texting Actions with Traction® Tools 0

Gone are the days of shuffling through your notes app, planner or post-its to remember new Issues, To-Dos and People Headlines. When your next big idea pops into your head, text it to your account using Traction Tools’ Texting Actions for on-the-go agenda management. Here's how to get started!

It’s okay to change your team structure 0

As your business grows, you might realize that the same roles or departments that used to work no longer translate to your team or vision. Remember: growth = change. Sometimes, that means redefining your team structure—whether it’s creating new roles, shifting team focus or reallocating your resources.