All posts by Hoyt David Morgan
(Editorial) Blocksy is an interesting new startup serving the Big Apple - could they finally innovate the real estate space that has struggled to modernize for decades?
It seems today that the quest for many executives is to become a public figure, a celebrity CEO if you will. Is this good or bad for the company in the long run?
Open-book management is a controversial style, but done properly, can be a tremendous tool at your startup or small business.
When picking a co-founder for your company, there are key factors that should never be compromised, regardless of your industry.
The current government shutdown may make sense to some people, but comparing it to how the real world operates boggles the mind.
While there are endless finance tools that track your spending, today, we're talking about tools that put money INTO your pocket.
Entrepreneurs are glorified in American culture, but success is not always instant or long term. When a startup is struggling, or even on its last legs, there are proven ways to bounce back...
Many start-up founders struggle with the decision to offer benefits to their team when strapped, but it isn't impossible.
There are seven traits that successful leaders have that set employees up for their own success.
The effort of building your business into an investment-worthy company can be wasted when entrepreneurs miss these three simple things.
A business plan allows you to detail a strategic operating plan, define and execute your value to customers and verses others in the market, and develop a robust financial model that details what you need to accomplish
As businesses get more creative, more innovative and take advantage of new social and technology trends, they are losing many of the formal business practices that help a company succeed. A strong foundation for your start-up strategic