Sean Ogle

Member Since 2012

Sean Ogle

Founder

Location Rebel

Portland, Oregon Area

Sean Ogle is an expert at helping people turn their passions and skill-sets into sustainable businesses that can be run from anywhere on Earth. As the founder of Location Rebel, he has built the premier online community for lifestyle entrepreneurs looking to break out of routine and build a business that matters.  When he's not working on those projects he's trying to become the youngest person to play the Top 100 Golf Courses in the US, and documenting the whole thing via his golf site Breaking Eighty.


RECENT CONTENT

October 29th, 2021

15 Warning Signs Your New Hire May Not Pan Out As Expected

Accurately gauging the fit of a job candidate can be difficult, and sometimes new hires who seemed great during the interview process don't pan out as expected. In situations like this, a leader must take action to course-correct and figure out the problem before the whole team suffers.

July 30th, 2021

13 Communication Mistakes Companies Make With Their Customers (and How to Fix Them)

Communication is extremely important in the business world, especially when it comes to customers and clients. Without transparent communication, customers might feel disconnected from your brand and like they lack any support from your business.

May 28th, 2021

Want To Start A New Business? 12 Important First Steps

Newcomers to the world of business ownership may have a hard time navigating all the requirements and challenges of setting up their first company. If you’re just starting out, finding another founder who has been through it and can provide sound advice may be worthwhile. With industries evolving so quickly these days, though, it could be difficult to find someone who understands your target market very well.

May 24th, 2021

Limited Resources? 13 Easy Practices for Better Employee Onboarding

Small businesses have several benefits over larger companies, but resources aren’t usually one of them. This limitation can significantly impact the way a small business deals with new hires. While a larger company can dedicate weeks or months to training a new employee under an experienced team, smaller businesses don't always have that luxury. The result is that these smaller enterprises have to be more creative with their onboarding. Below, 13 professionals from Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) delve into this topic by answering the following question:


COMPANY INFO

Location Rebel

Location Rebel helps people build small businesses that give them the freedom to work from anywhere in the world.


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Marketing & Advertising