Sure, you can donate your plasma to the Red Cross for free.
But, did you know that centers like this actually sell the blood or plasma you donate to hospitals?
So, you give away your blood for the center to profit from – which is usually about $180 to $300 per pint!
Also, since the process can be quite lengthy, it’s not a bad thing to want to get paid for your time.
Several plasma collection centers therefore compensate you for your time and donation. Continue reading “How Much Do You Get For Donating Your Blood Plasma?”
When women think about the impact of gender stereotypes in the workplace, they often think about what they can do to avoid, overcome, or confront the workplace biases that flow from them. We’re addressing these biases and offering suggestions for dealing with them by using attuned gender communication. But women focusing on the stereotypes that other people have about them should not obscure the importance of the stereotypes that women have about themselves: their talents, capacities, resources, and appropriate objectives and activities. Continue reading “The Apple In The Room: Avoiding The Temptation To Buy Into Traditional Gender Stereotypes”
More and more managers today stay connected to the office and even do work while on vacation. This behavior cheats you, your family, and your company in the end. Continue reading “3 Negative Messages You Send Your Boss When You Don’t Disconnect While On Vacation”
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Sometimes you may have a burning desire to start a business of your own. Maybe you just aren’t satisfied in your current career and would prefer to take your work life in a different direction. Continue reading “3 Reasons Why You Should Start Your Own Business”
Are you struggling to come up with ideas for blog posts? This is a common problem, and it can have a major effect on the success of your content marketing efforts. The more blog posts companies publish on their websites, the more traffic they get, so running out of ideas for blog posts is a big problem.
To continue attracting visitors to your small business’ website, you need to post new blog posts regularly. Continue reading “10 Places To Get Inspiration For Your Next Blog Post”
In my early days as an entrepreneur, I repeated phrases like “Expand or Die” and “Go Big or Go Home” around the office. It worked. Continue reading “5 Pitfalls To Avoid When Growing A Business Too Quickly”
No matter how passionate you are about your small business, every entrepreneur inevitably faces one (or more) of those days where they’re running low on inspiration.
Maybe the creative well has run dry and you’re struggling to get the momentum back. Continue reading “How Entrepreneurs Can Stay Productive On Sluggish Days”
As a business owner, one of the first things we may do when we expand our business is think about hiring some help. This may be in the form of part-time or full-time employees, virtual assistants, marketing assistants, or others who work for us a few hours a week here and there.
So how can we make sure we are categorizing these individuals correctly, from a legal perspective? Are they employees, or are they independent contractors?
Getting this right as a business owner is extremely important as there are certain rules and regulations surrounding having employees versus paying independent contractors to complete work for you. Continue reading “Hiring A Team – Employee Or Independent Contractor?”
Building a successful company almost always involves successfully marketing your product, your service, or yourself.
Far too many companies underspend on their customer-facing efforts, or instead they overspend trying to reach a specific target audience. Continue reading “6 Steps To A Developing A Small Business Marketing Budget”