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3 Things LeBron James Can Teach You About Business Growth

What image first comes to mind when you hear the name LeBron James?



a man holding a basketball


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Basketball superstar? One of the most distinguished athletes of our time? Sure, but that’s not all. Accruing a net worth of $480+ million, he hustles on and off the court.

With a diverse business and investment portfolio, LeBron James can teach us a great deal about business growth and success. 

1. Staying focused on long-term goals over short-term gains

LeBron James grew up in poverty in the inner city of Akron, Ohio. Facing incredible adversity as a child, the city condemned his grandmother’s house shortly after her passing. In a span of just three childhood years, he moved 12 separate times. 

Related: 6 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn From LeBron James

Just ten years later, Lebron’s life started to change dramatically. In 2003, he had his first exposure to life-changing money when

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I had to teach my NYU psych class to 360 students from a cell phone while trapped in an elevator with my kids. It went surprisingly well.

Jay Van Bavel with his children while stuck in the elevator of their apartment building.
  • Jay Van Bavel is a professor of psychology and neuroscience at New York University, which is currently following a hybrid learning model with both in-person classes and virtual instruction.
  • On Wednesday, he got stuck in the elevator of his apartment building with his two kids, just 10 minutes before his remote Introduction to Psychology course with over 300 students was about to start.
  • Van Bavel, who Tweeted about the ordeal, says he was able to give 50 minutes of his lecture before the elevator was fixed and he and his kids were freed.
  • Looking back, he’s not sure why he didn’t cancel: “It all seemed weirdly normal in the moment.”
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On September 23, I had to teach my afternoon Introduction to Psychology class

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This training will teach you everything to know about financial accounting

Whether you want to kickstart a career in finance, grow in your existing role, or you are in the process of launching your own small business, a firm understanding of financial accounting is of utmost importance. An online training like the Ultimate Financial Accounting & CPA Certification Training Bundle, which aims to enlighten you with the fundamentals of accounting without you even having to get up from your couch, is the perfect place to start.

The training itself is broken down into 8 courses taught by Robert Steele, a Certified Public Accountant who has been in the industry for over a decade. Here’s a quick snippet of what you will learn from him in each course:

Adjusting Entries & Financial Statement: Learn how to create financial statements, balance sheets, adjusted trial balances, and perform fundamental Excel operations.

Debits & Credits – Accounting Transaction: Gain an understanding of core accounting concepts

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If you’re looking to build an online brand, this virtual training will teach you how to make it happen

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While mid-pandemic may not seem like a good time to start a new business, it may actually be a good time to start a new online business. According to Harvard Business Review, the economic impact of COVID-19 has caused “major shifts in behavioral trends“, which includes “seeking more in the way of escapism and entertainment” by “spending even more time on social media.” With more people online and on social media than ever before, it’s a good time to get your business online — but there is a right way and a wrong way of doing this.

If you’re interested in promoting your business on social media the right way, The All-In-One

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This Texas Quilt Shop Can Teach a Master Class in Winning Over Customers

Inc. is celebrating Small Business Week 2020 with a look at local merchants beloved by customers whose devotion goes beyond loyalty and well into passion.

Debby Luttrell remembers the “defining moment.” It was a late afternoon in 1996, and she was cashing out the day’s receipts–a whopping $35–from the register in Stitchin’ Heaven, her startup quilt supply store in Quitman, Texas. Outside the window her parking lot stood empty. “I thought, ‘What in the world have I done to make everyone so angry at me?’ ” Luttrell recalls.

Luttrell had angered no one. But in a town of 1,895 residents far from major cities, she was selling primo fabric at $7.99-a-yard. For good-enough versions, Walmart charged just $4.99. At Stitchin’ Heaven’s grand opening months earlier “everyone in town came out and welcomed us,” says Luttrell. “I know now that people left my store saying, ‘That lady is not going to

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Tips to teach Business Education online

Using these techniques can not only ensure continuity of learning but also make classes engaging and stimulating

With the massive disruption caused by the Coronavirus, there is an increased discussion on the use of online learning, as an integral plan for most universities and business schools. The need of the hour is a strong instructional planning guide that individual instructors can use while delivering his/her online lecture/inputs.

In the last few months, we have seen a number of resources and ideas being shared regarding online teaching pedagogy and technical know-how. Although, some critics have suggested that nothing can replace face-to-face interactions and engagement created by sharing ideas in a real live classroom, the educators have stepped up to ensure that online classes remain fun and are leaving no stone unturned to provide the best quality of education. The current technological interventions in content, delivery, engagement, and assessment requires colleges to

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