Friday: We made it. Sit back, put your feet up, and take a minute out of your day to catch up on our must-read news and small business stories. We’ll be here at the end of each week with a roundup of things you may have missed. Here are some articles we found to finish out July.
We never expected to take career lessons from Weird Al Yankovic. Turns out he’s a pretty savvy businessman.
Would you hire these famous people based on their former job applications? Lessons learned from Leonardo da Vinci and Madonna.
On that note, Madonna’s handwritten resume may not have been the only thing that didn’t get her a second-round interview. Here are 10 other ways to blow a first impression.
Our morning routine involves coffee, coffee, and more coffee. How do you get going each day? Here are some tips for starting your day off on the right foot. One thing you might add to your morning routine is doodling during that 9 a.m. staff meeting. New research shows that doodling can help you stay focused, grasp new concepts, and retain information.
Finally, there’s been a lot of chatter this week around planning for retirement. Both the Wall Street Journal and The New York Times report on why you should start thinking about your 401(k) sooner rather than later. There are lots of services out there making it easier for small businesses to get a jump on saving for the future.