Eliyohu Mintz

My Thoughts On Business Management

Is Poor Communication Damaging Your Leadership Effectivness?

April 24, 2017

This article outlines the obvious need for clear communication among all members of an organization. Poor communication can be found to be the root of nearly all problems. Low levels of productivity, resistance to change, and missed deadlines are just a few of the problems caused as a result of poor communication. If your organization […]


Why You Should Create a Music Playlist for Your Next Meeting

April 3, 2017

Sitting through a long and boring meeting is the hardest part of working in an office, whether you are just sitting and listening or presenting. According to this article, music is the “secret ingredient” for a productive meeting that will get everyone involved and in good spirits, not to mention keep everyone’s attention. However, this […]


7 Ways a Journal Can Help Your Career

March 28, 2017

This article, “7 Ways a Journal Can Help Your Career,” is another name for a task list or personal calendar. As a space to write down your thoughts, to-do lists, or even as a dream board, it is very similar to any personal space, be it electronic or not. These ideas are all great, but […]


Don’t Be the Reason People Leave Your Company

March 20, 2017

This article focuses on the CEO of an organization and certain qualities necessary to retain employees and to have others gravitate toward you as a business leader. My favorite point in this article is: “It’s critical to listen to everyone, not just the loudest voice or your most trusted lieutenants. Sometimes, its the quiet ones […]


4 Tips for Leaving Your Comfort Zone

February 27, 2017

As I read this article, “4 Tips for Leaving Your Comfort Zone,” the quote immediately came to mind: “life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” This is something I am a firm believer in. Staying stuck with what you are comfortable with, both with work and your personal life, can leave you static in your career […]


6 Best Practices for Managing Unhappy Employees

January 31, 2017

Dealing with an unhappy employee can be inevitable, no matter how skilled you are as a leader. This article outlines the best practices for managing unhappy employees, giving you the best chance at employee retention and happiness. Assessing the situation, keeping what you’re doing private, and keeping your cool while dealing with an unhappy employee are […]


6 Ways to Communicate Confidence Even if You Are Nervous

January 23, 2017

It is vital to have the courage to communicate your ideas clearly and effectively in order to garner respect and be taken seriously in the business world. While it is natural to be nervous, relaying these nerves can be chaotic toward any business negotiations. The points in the article, “6 Ways to Communicate Confidence Even […]


26 Simple Daily Habits These High Achievers Swear By

January 16, 2017

These “26 Simply Daily Habits These High Achievers Swear By,” are excellent pieces of advice for becoming the most successful you can be. While many have wondered about the “secret formula” taken by the most successful people, this article shows that the formula isn’t so secret as it is simple, concrete steps one can take. […]


To Achieve a Team’s Vision

January 10, 2017

This article, “What is Meant by Championing Execution to Achieve the Team’s Vision” points to the meaning of supporting the team’s vision toward becoming a reality. A leader’s involvement is essential in this process for three reasons: it is a sign of the leader’s commitment, the leader will make sure the process progresses toward concrete […]


Want to be Super Successful?

January 2, 2017

As this article, “Want to be Super Successful? Science Says to do Any 1 of These 10 Things,” points out, having no routine or structure is not only mentally and physically draining, but detrimental to our wellbeing. Creating excellence is an attainable goal if you persevere. The benefits of a routine are innumerable. it helps […]