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BI Prime Strategy 2020-04-21T15:45:21Z
Online Class

How to become a highly successful online tutor and make a lucrative living as virtual learning becomes the norm

Online tutors are seeing income increases worldwide amid the pandemic, while online education companies are experiencing major gains.
Strategy 2020-04-21T15:15:22Z
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Writing for Business Insider

Learn how to write for Business Insider in one of two main ways: as a contributor or as a paid freelancer.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-04-21T14:25:14Z
Pam Stefanowicz and Matt Janusz

A Polish couple went from running a personal training studio to becoming fitness influencers with over 1.7 million YouTube subscribers — and they're set to launch an app this year. Here's how they did it.

Only about 10% of the Fit Lovers' annual revenue comes from YouTube. Fifty percent is derived from partnerships with brands, while 40% is merch sales.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-04-21T14:19:00Z

How to write an email that gets the hiring manager's attention at your dream company

Sending an email to your dream company? We asked a career expert how to write a message that catches the hiring manager's eye.
Strategy 2020-04-21T13:31:30Z

My sister lives in a group home, and it's been a month since anyone was allowed to visit her because of COVID-19 social-isolation rules

"I always think, does she understand what's going on? Does she think we've abandoned her?" Allison Norlian wrote.
Strategy 2020-04-21T13:15:00Z

The coronavirus pandemic is worsening the US housing crisis — and could lead to greater inequality

One third of Americans could not afford rent this month, and temporary stimulus checks aren't going to help.
Strategy 2020-04-21T12:45:00Z

Follow these 3 steps to reduce stress and manage your business during uncertainty

Acknowledging the bad, and sharing the load along with the truth, is one of the most powerful things you can do.
Strategy 2020-04-21T12:00:00Z

The trauma caused by the pandemic will haunt us for years. Here are 6 ways to cope and start healing now.

"Our lives have been turned upside down," writes Jennifer Yaeger, a therapist specializing in trauma.
Finance 2020-04-20T20:02:00Z

Meet 2019's Rising Stars of Wall Street from firms like Goldman Sachs, Blackstone, and Apollo shaking up investing, trading, and dealmaking

From starting a hedge fund before 30 to running alternative-data shops and helping lead $27 billion investments, this group is in a league of its own.
Retail 2020-04-20T18:40:06Z

Shake Shack is giving hourly employees a temporary 10% raise after it gave back $10 million in small business loans and raised $150 million in stock offerings

The burger chain recently raised $150 million in stock offerings, and will give managers a 10% bonus through Q2.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-04-20T18:19:00Z

The Gateses stockpiled food in their basement, Warren Buffett is drinking more Coke, and Elon Musk is trying to prove he sent ventilators to California. Here's how the world's richest people have been handling the pandemic.

Billionaires may have better access to coronavirus tests than ordinary Americans, but how they're social distancing doesn't look all that different.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-04-20T17:56:47Z

Legal risks for business owners are changing every day. Here's how you could be vulnerable over paid leave, cleaning supplies, and your work-from-home policy.

Here's what employment lawyers say you need to know about managing paid leave, coronavirus cases at work, and cleaning supplies, among other things.
Strategy 2020-04-20T17:53:00Z

10 expert-backed tips for women to negotiate better salaries so they get the pay they really deserve

Studies show that many women aren't as confident in their abilities to negotiate as their male peers, and it's costing them.
Tech 2020-04-20T17:31:17Z

Instagram only had 13 employees when it was bought by Facebook for $1 billion. A decade later, here's where they've all ended up.

When Instagram was bought by Facebook in 2012, it only had 13 employees — including founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-04-20T17:16:00Z

The ultimate guide to getting a job at a dispensary, according to current and former employees, shop owners, and recruiters in the cannabis space

The industry currently employs about 200,000 people in the US, and that number is expected to increase to over 400,000 by 2021. So how can you get in?
BI Prime Strategy 2020-04-20T16:42:01Z

Cannabis experts explain the opportunities waiting to be claimed by entrepreneurs even after we're plunged into a recession — and they have nothing to do with CBD

"This is a chance to catch up or think of something innovative to offer this space," said Mary Pryor, the founder of several cannabis ventures.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-04-20T16:39:24Z

What to do with your $1,200 stimulus check if you want to start a side hustle while quarantined, from 3 pros who kicked off successful side gigs without spending a dollar

Your top priority is to have something saved up for emergencies. In the meantime, start a side gig by leveraging social media accounts.
BI Prime Healthcare 2020-04-20T15:54:00Z

Financial strain from the coronavirus pandemic could force doctors to sell their practices or even close their doors permanently

20% of primary care practices now believe they will temporarily close within the next month. And the financial strain might lead them to shutter.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-04-20T15:48:00Z

11 science-backed signs that could prove you're the smartest person in the room

Think you're smarter than everyone you know? You could be, scientists say, if you're tall, funny, and a firstborn.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-04-20T15:12:41Z

A former Disney executive shares 4 of the most brilliant ideas he's seen for coping with the coronavirus

Duncan Wardle spent 25 years at Disney. He says the COVID-19 outbreak has upset how we operate, but it's also inspired innovative ways to handle it.
Strategy 2020-04-20T14:46:47Z

SUCCESS INSIDER: 11 recession-proof consulting firms hiring for 6-figure jobs right now

Our regular newsletter for getting things done. Like how to land a high-paying job at a consulting firm.
Strategy 2020-04-20T13:30:00Z

A professor on what we lose when we cannot touch the world around us

Herder changes René Descartes' statement "I think, therefore I am" and claims: We touch, therefore we know. We touch, therefore we are.
Strategy 2020-04-20T13:15:00Z

5 critical steps to grow your business from an idea to a working startup

It's a long and difficult process to go from thinking up an idea and talking about it to actually doing it.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-04-20T13:14:00Z

The 8 best executive MBAs in the world that let you get a prestigious degree while working full time

11 alumni and staffers explain what makes these programs so great in terms of curriculum, job prospects, networking opportunities, and more.
Strategy 2020-04-20T13:00:00Z

50 ways you may be overworking yourself to help others without even realizing it

If you use phrases like "no worries" in emails to calm other people down, you may be guilty of this.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-04-19T14:27:00Z

9 mind-blowing facts that show just how rich Michael Jordan really is

Retired basketball player Michael Jordan, who has a $2.1 billion net worth, didn't become a billionaire until he left the NBA.
Strategy 2020-04-19T14:00:00Z

The youngest editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine shares how passion and a great mentor helped her go from studying ballet to running a major publication

"Apply for everything you're not qualified for. Skills can be learned — if you have the belief that you can do it, you can."
BI Prime Enterprise 2020-04-19T13:45:00Z

The CEO of Okta had a hair gel emergency while filming the virtual keynote for an online version of his annual tech conference

Todd McKinnon shares the weirdness of putting on a virtual, multi-day tech conference from lockdown with his family at his San Francisco home
BI Prime Strategy 2020-04-19T13:30:00Z

Here's how a couple used their own relationship struggles to build a $2 million love-coaching side hustle that saved 10,000 marriages

Stacey and Paul Martino used online marketing to draw in potential clients who were struggling with divorce and other relationship issues.
BI Prime Tech 2020-04-18T15:15:00Z

For the past month I've been using Superhuman, the email app VCs are obsessed with that costs $30 a month — and I'm never going back to Gmail

Superhuman changed my relationship with email. I stopped hoarding messages. I became more responsive. And I reached inbox zero for the first time.
Strategy 2020-04-18T14:00:00Z

16 easy cocktails to try during quarantine, according to influencers, bartenders, and people who can send alcohol straight to your door

Making easy cocktails at home is a fun way to liven up your quarantine. We asked the experts for their favorites.
Strategy 2020-04-18T14:00:00Z

The coronavirus may cause the end of summer vacation as we know it

Not all students have laptops or internet access at home, and these students are at a disadvantage as classes move online.
BI Prime Executive Lifestyle 2020-04-18T13:35:00Z

How a real-estate investor overcame introversion to raise his first $1 million from private lenders — and his step-by-step guide to fundraising

Matt Theriault's strategy is to ask simple but specific questions to build a relationship. And he said the timing of these questions is crucial.
Strategy 2020-04-18T13:00:00Z

BREAKING INTO WELLNESS: The best tips for becoming a personal trainer or opening up your own gym or studio, from people who've successfully done it

You can make quite a living in the fitness industry. Here are the best ways to get started and thrive as a wellness entrepreneur.
Strategy 2020-04-18T12:00:00Z

Entrepreneurs and their advisors describe the 'scramble' of applying for federal funding as they fight to stay in business, and the bright spots that helped them survive

Business owners and financial advisors highlighted confusing application processes and malfunctioning websites, while many applauded smaller banks.
Strategy 2020-04-18T10:00:00Z

What to pack if you have to evacuate your home in a hurry during the pandemic

Knowing how to evacuate and what you should bring can help keep you calm, especially as much of the US prepares to enter hurricane and tornado season.
Strategy 2020-04-17T21:19:00Z

MAKING BIG MONEY: The ultimate guides to breaking into careers with 6-figure salaries

Whether you want to go freelance or land a high-paying, full-time job, experts share how to break into various careers with six-digit incomes.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-04-17T20:17:48Z

Hospitality and tourism job postings have tumbled 60%, more than any other sector — and it highlights the outsized damage of the coronavirus on the travel industry

A new report comparing Indeed.com job postings year-over-year underscores the coronavirus outbreak's toll on hospitality and tourism.
Strategy 2020-04-17T20:05:00Z

Gender bias could make it harder for women to become CEO, according to a recent study

Women are still underrepresented in top corporate positions, even though they ask for promotions just as much as men.
BI Prime BI Prime 2020-04-17T19:00:00Z

[SLIDE DECK] Six Figure Side Hustles 2020

Whether you're doing it to pay off student loans or pursue an unfulfilled passion, you may be able to turn your side hustle into a high-paying career.
Strategy 2020-04-17T18:35:00Z

I loved being a trophy wife until I realized what I was missing out on. I made the terrifying choice to blow up my marriage — and it was worth it.

At first, marrying an older, wealthier man made Shannon Page feel grown-up. But soon she regretted the parts of herself she had given up.
Careers 2020-04-17T18:32:00Z

14 of the most successful companies that were started in people's basements, garages, and bedrooms

Childhood bedrooms, garages, and college dorm rooms were the birthplaces of some of the world's most successful companies.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-04-17T17:59:28Z

A product manager whose company laid off 100 employees launched a career coaching platform to connect hiring experts with job seekers — and made 50 matches in 24 hours. Here's how she did it.

Allison Silber teamed up with coworker Ellie Kibbe to launch Happy to Help in one weekend, which connects laid-off workers with career advisors.
Strategy 2020-04-17T17:34:10Z

PRESENTING: The strategies seasoned freelancers use to set rates that are fair but competitive

Set your rate too high and you might scare clients away; set it too low and you might not be able to pay the bills. Here's how to strike a balance.
Strategy 2020-04-17T15:33:00Z

A tiny Mexican art store in NYC survived 20 years of skyrocketing rents and the nation's move to online shopping. Now its owner is asking loyal customers for $14,000 to prevent closing for good.

Latino-owned businesses are a major asset to the US economy — but many of them are shuttering in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Tech 2020-04-17T15:32:12Z

Jeff Bezos reportedly buys 4th condo in NYC for $16 million and now owns nearly $100 million in property in one building alone

The latest purchase would be on top of the $80 million worth of real estate Jeff Bezos already owns in the same New York City building.
Strategy 2020-04-17T13:30:00Z

I'm a psychotherapist who tested 7 major online therapy websites — and I was surprised how much I preferred the platforms that didn't involve video

Psychotherapist Amy Morin signed up for seven different online therapists, and found an option much better than video chatting.
Finance 2020-04-17T13:27:00Z

How Wall Street giants made the transition to run their sprawling operations remotely — and why it could transform the future of work

Early into the remote transition, some Wall Street firms are already considering how coronavirus could permanently transform the way they work.
Science 2020-04-17T13:10:00Z

5 reasons why some people may refuse to social distance and how to convince them to listen, according to a psychologist

Dr. Shauna Springer, chief psychologist for Stella Center, says many people feel invincible to the coronavirus, or not understand the risks to others.
Strategy 2020-04-17T12:45:00Z

5 ways CEOs and leaders can communicate effectively with employees during the coronavirus crisis

Employees don't expect CEOs to be superheroes — instead, they look to leaders for assurance and support.
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