Eric Gordon

About Eric Gordon

Eric Gordon is an independent business development and marketing specialist for SMEs. He loves sharing his insights and experience to assist business owners in growing their revenues.
11 12, 2017

7 Essential Skills Required to Succeed as An Entrepreneur

By |2017-12-11T10:32:25+11:00December 11th, 2017|Leadership|8 Comments

Many entrepreneurs believe that the most important factor that will determine their level of success with a startup relates to their overall experience and skills in the niche area. However, the most successful entrepreneurs have developed a certain set of skills that have helped them reach their goals. While you definitely need nerve and patience [...]

1 10, 2017

7 Ways to Boost Employee Morale in Your Workplace

By |2017-10-01T09:17:43+11:00October 1st, 2017|Leadership|0 Comments

Office morale can directly impact job satisfaction ratings as well as productivity and even talent retention. Unfortunately, some managers and business owners only think about the importance of morale when it sinks to a very low level. The ideal work environment will foster high morale on a regular basis, and this will feed high employee [...]

1 09, 2017

5 Must-Have Traits of Startup Founders

By |2017-09-01T12:51:13+11:00September 1st, 2017|Innovation|1 Comment

Entrepreneurs often must find a successful way to differentiate their venture from the competition in a challenging marketplace. This challenge is combined with the goal of trying to make ends meet when expenses are high and income may be low, trying to determine what consumers truly want or need, and more. As the leader of [...]

18 08, 2017

4 Reasons Great Leaders Are Not Afraid to Fail

By |2017-08-18T16:35:19+11:00August 18th, 2017|Innovation|0 Comments

Many people have an overwhelming fear of failure. This usually stems from societal programming that tells us how negative and even shameful failure is. However, the reality is that failure is a necessary part of life. It is just one step of thousands you will take. It is unreasonable to expect to complete each task [...]