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Karlo Tanjuakio

CEO & FounderKure

Honolulu, HI

Member Since February 2018


Process Improvement
Inbound Marketing

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As a leader, you likely have a hand in many different sectors of your business, whether it's overseeing employees or directing specific projects. Because of the amount of time you have to devote to so many different activities, you may be losing time jumping from project to project. But there are ways that you can optimize your workflow without risking burnout and still get the same amount of work done—if not more—with time to spare. One of the first steps can be learning how to delegate or automating processes that don't need your direct supervision. Below, eight Young Entrepreneur Council members share these tips and more to give you back a few hours of your time each week.

Need to Cut Down Your Budget? 10 Ways to Start

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When you need to cut costs in your business, it's difficult to know where to begin, especially if you have employees who rely on your business's success. However, there are a few good ways to get started on getting your business finances back on track. To help you choose the best path, 10 members of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) weigh in on the following question:

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Books can be an invaluable source of information, experience, innovation, motivation and so much more. But for business leaders and entrepreneurs, books are immensely useful tools, whether they're seeking guidance, looking for insight on a specific process or just trying to find a source of inspiration and creativity.  Here, eight members of Young Entrepreneur Council share the books that have made the biggest impact on the way they lead their companies, and explain why they’d recommend these books to any entrepreneur looking to learn.

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During downtime, busy entrepreneurs should seek to relax and unwind. However, if you're the kind of driven professional who has a hard time disconnecting from work, you’ll most likely be looking at ways to fill your downtime that are relaxing yet productive. Productive doesn't necessarily mean to the business either. You need to take care of your mental and physical health, and that of the company, as well. Whether it’s by journaling, practicing sports or getting familiar with other industries, there are several ways entrepreneurs can leverage their downtime to achieve this goal. Below, eight entrepreneurs from Young Entrepreneur Council explore the activities that founders should pursue in their downtime to keep them focused when they're back on the job.

Company details


Company bio

Kure is a workflow optimization platform that gives everyone the power to reduce waste, improve productivity and showcase results.


Computer Software

Area of focus

Enterprise Software

Company size

2 - 10