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Starting a Record Store in the Age of Digital Music | End of All Music

Posted by Pablo Fuentes on October 18, 2017

Just over 5 years ago, David Swider was lamenting with a friend about how they wished there was a good record store in their hometown of Oxford, Mississippi.

Finally, they asked themselves, "Why don't we do it?". 

This simple idea led to the creation of the independent record store The End of All Music.

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Embracing Company Culture, One Cup at a Time | A Cup of Common Wealth

Posted by Pablo Fuentes on October 11, 2017

Embrace community. Serve others. Create culture.

These are the words you will find on the walls of a coffee shop in Lexington, Kentucky.

A Cup of Common Wealth is doing what the biggest and best companies in the world aspire to do, create an amazing culture.

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Being a Real Estate Agent in a Hot Market | Worth Properties

Posted by Pablo Fuentes on October 4, 2017

Caroline Cook was a stay at home mother with three children (now four) when she decided to venture back into the workforce and become a real estate agent.

The initial stage for this career change was tough. She was pregnant with her fourth child and attempting to sell $4 million worth of property during a down market in 2009.

However, she not only persevered, but thrived.

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Establishing an Iconic Music Museum | Muscle Shoals Music Foundation

Posted by Pablo Fuentes on September 27, 2017

In 1969, a former coffin show room located at 3614 Jackson Highway in Sheffield, Albama was converted into the Muscle Shoals Sound Studio.

Huge names in music like the Rolling Stones, Cher, Bob Seger, Lynrd Skynrd and many more recorded songs and albums within its walls.

Only a decade later, in 1979, the studio would close.

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How to Hire a Chef (The Complete Guide)

Posted by Caileen Kehayas on September 26, 2017

Whether you own a restaurant or a small cafe, your chef is arguably the most important part of your business. Even if you are hiring a chef for a special event, you will still need to take care in your vetting process.

Hiring a chef entails more than just finding someone who “can cook”.

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What’s Happening with the Growth of Craft Beer? | October

Posted by Pablo Fuentes on September 20, 2017

There has been an explosion in growth of the craft beer market over the past 10 years. Today, there are more than 5,300 breweries in operation in the U.S., up from just 2,000 in 2011.

That means breweries have grown 21% annually since 2011!

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How to Hire a Bartender (A Guide to Hiring Your Next Bartender)

Posted by Caileen Kehayas on September 19, 2017

The heart of many of the most successful restaurants today lies not in the kitchen, but just adjacent to it.

The heart of every great wedding you’ve been to might have been slightly down the aisle from the bride and groom.  

Your best therapist might not have a couch and a notepad...

That’s right, we are talking about the bartender.

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How Small Businesses Impact Their Communities | Meraki Roasting Company

Posted by Pablo Fuentes on September 13, 2017

We often underestimate the impact that a small business can have on their community while in reality, small businesses are the main driver of job creation in the United States.

One small business has less impact than a major corporation, but as a whole, small businesses create more jobs, create a positive atmosphere within their communities, and create local role models for kids to look up to.

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How to Recruit: Creative Ways to Find New Employees

Posted by Caileen Kehayas on September 12, 2017

Just as the real estate landscape shifts back and forth between a buyer’s or seller’s market, so does the world of employment.

One day the job market can be in the employer’s favor and the next, it can be in the jobseeker’s.

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How Improv Training Can Make You Better at Business | Four Day Weekend

Posted by Pablo Fuentes on September 6, 2017

Great business people are able to adapt, think on their feet, speak and captivate an audience, and collaborate and communicate with a variety of people in a variety of situations.

These also happen to be the exact types of skills you learn in improv.

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