Practical business lessons for the real world.
United States
1324 episodes
since Aug. 11, 2014


Considering a team retreat? We just got back from our first, and we learned a ton. We took the whole team to Bali, Indonesia for some work, play, and all-around bonding. From all over the globe, our remote employees flew in and met face-to-face for the first time ever. Organizing the trip was no small feat, but it was worth every minute of planning and every company dime we spent. Today, we discuss the things that went great, and the things we’ll do differently next time. We review the logistics, and explain how we kept the trip mission-focused, positive, and productive. Hear what we did right and wrong, so you can have as great a time as our team did — and meet your business goals while you’re there. Before you start packing for your team’s big getaway, tune in to this episode. Click Play! SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES Stitcher | SoundCloud | Podcast Feed | How To Subscribe Give us a Rating & Review Today's Sponsors Capital One With the Spark Cash card from Capital One, you earn unlimited 2% cash back on all  your business purchases. Think about it - unlimited 2% cash back on everything you buy for your business. That cash back can add up to thousands of dollars, which you can reinvest back into your business so you can keep growing. Imagine what unlimited 2% cash back could do for your business. Capital One: what's in your wallet? Snap Kitchen Snap Kitchen makes healthy eating easy, delivering fresh, chef-crafted, dietitian-approved meals right to your door.  Snap meals are ready in about 5 minutes and start at just $5.99 per meal. Each meal is made without gluten, artificial preservatives, artificial colors or flavors, antibiotics, or hormones. They offer plans for all types of dietary needs, like keto, whole30, paleo, vegetarian, and vegan. Get started at snapkitchen.com and use promo code MBA to save $20 a week on your first 4 weeks for a total of $80 off! The post MBA1296 4 Takeaways From Our First Team Retreat appeared first on The $100 MBA.
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