This Week in Business Strategies

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Sept. 23, 2019—To better assist shop owners with their production management, marketing tactics and leadership styles, FenderBender has compiled a short list of essential business-building material from some of its favorite sources.

Time Management Is Actually a Waste of Time – Entrepreneur

Time management won’t solve all of your problems. If time management isn't working for you — then you’ll want to try these four options instead.

Mind Over Moment: 6 Tools to Build Resilience, Happiness and Success – Success

While you can’t control the chaos, you can control how you respond to it. So although there is no simple solution to the frenetic pace of life today, there are things we can do to continually bring us back to what matters most in our lives. 

Reworking Your Recruiting Process in These 3 Ways Will Improve Your Chances of Finding a Long-term Hire – Inc

Recruiting new faces for your crew? While you may not be prepared to compromise your must-have skills list, many employers are having trouble finding job candidates who possess their ideal requirements. 

Tips for Making Small Talk More Meaningful – Darling

Regardless of how extroverted or people-oriented someone might be, there’s always some skepticism surrounding small talk. Good things come in small packages, and small talk is one small step in the right direction — the path of real, deep connection that can bring us hope, confidence and happiness.

The Secrets to Managing Your Boss (No Matter What Type of Boss You Have) –Fast Company

You may enter the workforce with the belief that your boss is there to manage your performance, but their management style is something you have no control over. Learning the best way to manage your boss, however, is an essential skill that you’ll use throughout your career. (It also works with colleagues who have different working styles.)


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