How do you find your next big idea? Lack of response to this one of the key question that keeps potential entrepreneurs away from entering into entrepreneurial career – They need mentors!
Follow Mixergy, initiated and managed by Andrew Warnerwho interviews successful entrepreneurs, ask insightful questions about success factors as well as failures, challenges they faced and advice for the new generation of aspiring entrepreneurs
Mixergy is an interesting online resources for anyone who wants to learn from the professionals themselves; Andrew Warner also conducts live events with the same theme and offers online courses taught by experienced experts for the premium members of his website. These courses cover a wide variety of topics dealing with the planning, technical and social aspects of running a business.
This undoubtedly is the #SocialEra – ever increasing number of social media platforms are catering to unpredictable demands from social media users. With so many options to connect and communicate with communities and self-taught nature of social media, both social media users and companies that own social media platforms face numerous challenges.
In her interview with Forbes she talks about large number of people still following traditional way of doing business. Coming to work every day, sending emails etc. She argues that in the modern SocialEra, people should be thinking more creatively and working more innovatively.
Key role of today’s corporate leaders is to build communities and engage them in building successful organizations.
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Digital technology and Social media has completely changed the dynamics of societies we live in. Technological advancements have made it easier for leaders to build stronger communities. In the past couple of years, instead of considering social media as a threat, leaders are discovering its very real opportunities.However, rapid change in technology and tools is creating an unusual challenge for corporate leaders. They not only need to keep up with the developments in the corporate world, but also required learning and practicing these constantly emerging social media tools. Acquiring knowledge and use it effectively not only requires time and energy, but a lot of commitment as well. Times have gone by when leaders could afford to let their secretaries check emails and draft responses. Promptness and direct communication is the norm now.