‘Failure Is Not Trying’ and Other Fatherly Advice to Entrepreneurs

Evans, Teri, www.entrepreneur.com “’Failure Is Not Trying’ and Other Fatherly Advice to Entrepreneurs.” http://www.entrepreneur.com/blog/223772 Posted: June 15th, 2011. Retrieved June 20th, 2012. — Father’s Day can be a time to reflect on what for some may be the powerful relationship in our lives. Whether by conscious choice or recognized only in hindsight, a parent’s words of wisdom can become […]

The Startup Employee Compensation Conundrum

Alexander, Ed, www.inc.com “The Startup Employee Compensation Conundrum.” http://www.orlandobusinesslawyer.com Posted: June 13th, 2011. Retrieved June 18th, 2012. — Hiring those first few non-founder employees for a startup is critical to making the venture a success.  Founders often get hung up by compensation issues and, as a result, settle for a team that isn’t the best.  This article highlights the […]

317 Virtual’s First YouTube Video!

We’re happy to announce that 317 Virtual Services now has a YouTube channel! Check out the link below. In the video, you’ll hear about the services that we offer at 317 Virtual, and see a tour of our office space. We would love it if you shared this with your friends and family!  [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GroORVKdHjs]  

3 Changes to Make Your Company Grow

Searcy, Tom, www.inc.com “3 Changes to Make Your Company Grow.”http://www.inc.com/tom-searcy/3-changes-to-make-your-company-grow.html Posted: June 12th 2011. Retrieved June 12th, 2012. — A company needs to make some philosophical shifts to go from scrappy start-up to big expansion. If you have been in a business for some time and it’s not growing quickly, you can probably boil it down to one […]

How Good Is Your Presentation?

Geoffrey, James, www.inc.com “How Good Is Your Presentation?” http://www.inc.com/geoffrey-james/how-good-is-your-presentation.html Posted: June 6th 2011. Retrieved June 7sth, 2012. — Each time you give a presentation, you’re putting your career on the line.  Few things are worse than making a fool of yourself in public–and few things better than a closing round of appause. A while back, I discussed what makes […]