Tag Archives: work

How to Build Your Personal Brand

This is a guest post by Jack Crute, who represents Harvey & Hugo, a London-based communications agency specializing in public relations. They use social media, PR, and content marketing to share knowledge, celebrate success, and spread positivity. This post is another in a series that applies heroic concepts to work and business. When it comes to building […]
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How to Be a Hero to Your Employees (Part 2)

In response to some reader requests to elaborate on how to be a hero boss (not to mention I just wrote about running a company like a hero), I’ve decided to revisit the topic in order to dig deeper. Unfortunately, many employees automatically stereotype their managers as the tough and mean boss figure, a thankless task […]
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Build Your Business Around Being Heroic

Everyone can aspire to be heroic in all aspects of their life, including their career. Work can be viewed as a process of trying to develop and improve every day. Challenges will arise, and it’s your job to craft a solution, innovate, and break through problems to reach success. One of the toughest jobs to […]
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You Can Be a DIY Hero at Home

People think I’m not a handy person. I like to correct them: I can be handy if I want to be handy. I just have other interests, such as, well, blogging and other pursuits that take up my time. But, even I have to admit that there are definite benefits to doing it yourself (DIY). Yes, […]
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Hero’s Guide: How (and Why) to Dress to Impress

I’m not one of those guys that insists on clinging to the latest fashion trends. But, I do like Shakespeare. What does a long-dead playwright have to do with fashion? Well, The Bard wrote the words that inspired the phrase “clothes often make the man.” It can’t be argued that sometimes you need to dress […]
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How to Be a Hero to Your Employees

Ask people for their opinion of their boss, and you’ll often hear complaints before compliments. It’s an unfortunate statistic that, worldwide, the majority of people are unhappy at their jobs. A lot of workers feel trapped in their current jobs, and would be much happier if they could change various aspects of their working environment. […]
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