Imagine More Highlights

Imagine More Highlights

With over 75 episodes recorded, we’ve learned from a collection of inspiring entrepreneurs. To celebrate their contributions to the show, we’ve rounded up some highlights from previous guests. A piece of advice that’s been a trend across each person we chat with is that it’s imperative to establish a network of other entrepreneurs to learn from. We hope you enjoy learning from these inspiring individuals as much as we do.

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The Pros and Cons of Instant Messaging

The Pros and Cons of Instant Messaging

Gone are the days of AIM, but the concept of instant messages is definitely here to stay. With apps like G-chat and Slack, communication in the workplace is shifting to an instant messaging environment; some workplaces are moving toward getting rid of email altogether. These communication tools are awesome in some respects, but can also pose some unforeseen challenges.

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Creative Job Titles

Creative Job Titles

It’s becoming more and more common to see words like “Guru” and “Ninja” in a job title these days. No doubt geared towards the out of the box generations, these creative job titles are designed to attract the younger workforce. While the creative names for jobs do present a fun twist on a perhaps otherwise relatively bland job description, we were interested in diving deeper to see if the trend is actually working.

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Imagine More Recap with Anne Jones

Imagine More Recap with Anne Jones

“Doing things differently is scary, not just for us as entrepreneurs but for schools and for teachers. And there's a lot of things that they have to do and are expected to do. And that's just the reality. So sort of taking this leap of faith and trying to find a way to do something different is not easy. And I'll say to the entrepreneurs out there, ‘Stick with it.’”

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How To Tell If Morale Is Low

How To Tell If Morale Is Low

If you’re in a leadership role, one of the most challenging roads to navigate is employee morale. Low morale can begin quietly and escalate quickly. If you’re wondering whether your employee morale is low, it’s important to catch the warning signs and address issues to work toward solutions. We’ve rounded up some key indicators that your team’s morale is taking a dip.

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What To Ask During An Interview

What To Ask During An Interview

When applying for a job, the interview process is just as much the candidate’s opportunity to ask questions as it is the hiring manager’s. If you’re in the middle of a job search, it’s important to put great consideration into the company you’re applying with to determine whether they would be a good fit for you and your professional trajectory. At the end of an interview, it’s inevitable that you’ll be asked: “Do you have any questions for us about the position or the company?” You want to be armed with some creative questions that both show your interest and help you dig deeper into the heart of the company.

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Things To Learn From The Office Dog

Things To Learn From The Office Dog

He’s everyone’s favorite coworker and there’s no doubt why this lovable giant brings so much joy to our office. Having a dog-friendly office is another way that millennials are diversifying work environments and redefining the modern workspace. Not only are daily dog pets releasing feel-good hormones all around the office, but there is actually a lot we can learn from our four-legged friends. There’s a science behind why people love puppies so much and dogs actually have a lot to teach us about how to be a good teammate.

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Gifting Back

Gifting Back

Tis the season for gifting….and gifting back. Why not treat yourself (or family and friends) to something that you know, in return, helps someone else. Receiving gifts is enjoyed by many and knowing that your purchases are making a difference only strengthens that happiness. Subscriptions boxes are all the rage right now and more and more people are signing up for these monthly or quarterly gifts. With so many different interests, there’s surely a box to peak yours!

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Imagine More Recap with Suzanne and Kris Reinhard

Imagine More Recap with Suzanne and Kris Reinhard

Kris and I and our lifestyle is pretty unique compared to probably most typical families. We're very much similar to entrepreneurs that we don't get Friday and Saturday nights off. We work a seven day work week. We have moments that we have down time, but so much of our work between I work at home with my job… It's not an eight-hour day. We don't, unfortunately, get to play tennis Saturdays or Golf on Saturdays. But we do find great joy in the work that we do” - Suzanne Reinhard

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How To Prepare for A Panel Event

How To Prepare for A Panel Event

So you’ve been asked to speak on a panel… To some that may feel daunting or to others it may feel invigorating and flattering, but no matter how you feel, your participation will be directly influenced by how prepared you are. Speaking on a panel requires a different skill set than simply presenting to an audience solo, and putting in a bit of time will make you feel more confident when you walk onto the platform. Our team has some experience both participating in panels and moderating them, so we’ve rounded up some tips and tricks on how to put your best foot forward for your first panel speaking event.

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Imagine More Recap with Jonathan Baker

Imagine More Recap with Jonathan Baker

“I think there's something really powerful about just letting your mind do its thing. I read every day, but I don't read business books. I can't stand them. No offense if you've written one. Inspiration comes from the oddest places sometimes. Just seeing how other people are doing it in other industries, and ... getting ideas from fictional characters, even. I think those are the things that are going to transform your business. The challenge is you never ... It doesn't feel like productive time, right? Because you never know when inspiration is going to strike. I think it's important to put yourself in a place where it could.” - Jonathan Baker

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