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blog.buckets.co

Tech Tools For Remote Work: The Essential Hardware And Apps — Buckets Blog

Communication and collaboration are two keywords that have become synonymous with remote work, and for good reason. Whether your company is fully or partially distributed, it’s essential to have the right tech tools in your kit if you want your team succeed.

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10 Steps To Social CRM Success

How well do you know your customers? Sure, they follow you on social media and their contact details are listed in your CRM, but how much do you actually know about them?

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Emotional Intelligence: The Social Skills You Need To Succeed As An Entrepreneur — Buckets Blog

I think most of us had a favorite lecturer in University; the lecturer who wasn’t necessarily the most academically gifted of the pack, but definitely the most approachable. And that was a big thing in Uni - having someone you could talk to when your studies got overwhelming or an imminent deadline was escaping your grip.

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cmscritic.com

How to Build A Winning CRM Strategy (In 10 Steps)

Your CRM is about more than just software; it’s about establishing a strong and trusting relationship with your customers.

And yet, many companies set-up their CRM without actually implementing a CRM strategy at all. Which is puzzling.

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This Is Why Your To-Do List Isn’t Working — Buckets Blog

Do you ever feel like you’re constantly ‘doing’ things, yet nothing ever seems to get done? You’re not alone. Back in 2012, a LinkedIn survey revealed that a whopping 89% of people never get around to actually completing their to-do lists.

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5 Easy Ways To Explain Your Millennial Job To Your Parents — Buckets Blog

If you’re working in a digital/online based industry, then it’s highly likely that your parents actually have no idea what you do. And I mean no clue. Zilch. Nada

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Freelancer Friday: How To Freelance Without Becoming A Hermit — Buckets Blog

A few weeks ago, I bought a cactus plant. His name is Bob. Bob and I have had numerous conversations over the past few days about life, work, our excitement over the Gilmore Girls comeback series, and other equally pressing matters.

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How To Land Your First Gig As A Digital Nomad — Buckets Blog

Following on from the Buckets Guide To Digital Nomad Success, we realized that many people are still pretty stumped on the ins and outs of actually pitching for work as a digital nomad.

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Maintaining Your Work/Personal Relationships: A Guide To Monetizing Your Friends — Buckets Blog

Some people will tell you that it’s a mistake to do business with friends, but those people are wrong. The truth is that your friends are actually some the best people to get on board when it comes to bringing your startup idea to life.

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5 Ways To Make Sure Your To Do List Is Do-able — Buckets Blog

You know that motivation you have when you write your to do list? Wouldn’t it be great if you could hold on to it for long enough to get everything on your to do list actually done?!

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Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway: 3 Great Ways To Break Out Of Your Comfort Zone — Buckets Blog

Your comfort zone is a pretty welcoming place; it’s cosy, inviting, familiar, and it often feels like the safest space in the whole entire world. As a result, many people tend to get stuck there for weeks, months, and even years on end — without ever reaching their true potential.

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Emotional Intelligence: The Social Skills You Need To Succeed As An Entrepreneur — Buckets Blog

I think most of us had a favorite lecturer in University; the lecturer who wasn’t necessarily the most academically gifted of the pack, but definitely the most approachable. And that was a big thing in Uni - having someone you could talk to when your studies got overwhelming or an imminent deadline was escaping your grip.

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cmscritic.com

Is 2016 the Year of Marketing Automation?

Marketing automation was one of the hottest topics of 2015 and the source of many heated discussions amongst marketing professionals.

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blog.buckets.co

This Is Why Your To-Do List Isn’t Working — Buckets Blog

Do you ever feel like you’re constantly ‘doing’ things, yet nothing ever seems to get done? You’re not alone. Back in 2012, a LinkedIn survey revealed that a whopping 89% of people never get around to actually completing their to-do lists.

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Hacking the System: Tricks to Increase Productivity and Decrease Work Hours. — Buckets Blog

In the 1930’s, economist John Maynard Keynes predicted that we’d all be working a 15 hour week by now. In his essay, ‘Economic Probabilities for Our Grandchildren’, Keynes suggested that as the economy grew wealthier, people would start to place more value on working to live rather than living to work; as new technologies developed that provided us with the opportunity to work less.