To better help other businesses and organizations understand the importance of language and better serve their clientele, I regularly publish advice pieces related to the translation field. These and past publications can be found here:

MAY 11TH, 2021

How To Build A Localization Strategy For Your Global Brand In 2021

A good localization strategy can help expand your business and introduce it to thousands of new potential buyers, with a minimal increase in long-term overhead.

MAY 6TH, 2021

13 Perks To Improve Employee Morale And Retention

Perks of a job have become even more sought-after than large salaries, as many talented professionals have come to value benefits that make their position more comfortable, offer career development options or an attractive healthcare or investment package.

APRIL 30TH, 2021

15 Critical Ways To Manage Work And Home Life Boundaries

Workplace boundaries can be a critical part of a business owner’s lifestyle. In many situations, business owners have been taking their work home with them for years, usually resulting in overwork and higher stress levels. Managing the boundary between work and home will help an entrepreneur juggle their enterprise’s demands and family life more efficiently. Additionally, a better work-life balance means lower stress and fewer health problems over the long term.

APRIL 16TH, 2021

Are You Properly Managing Your Company’s International Legal Documents?

International law is a complex and specialized field, and while the average business owner doesn’t need to understand the subtle intricacies of an entire global justice system, some basics must be adhered to in order to conduct business across international borders successfully.

MARCH 23RD, 2021

Expanding Your Business To A Bilingual Organization

Bilingual employees greatly enhance a company’s capabilities to interact with a larger swath of the population, helping to foster a more innovative and diverse business.

MARCH 4TH, 2021

13 Morning Habits To Create A Less Stressful Day

Business owners tend to have a lot on their plate. Most entrepreneurs start feeling the impact of stress from when they get out of bed in the morning. Part of this may be due to actions and expectations that trigger anxiety. Yet, a specific subset of that feeling comes from oneself. Stress is something that every professional experiences in their career, whether they’re artisans or business owners.

MARCH 1ST, 2021

Avoiding Bias And Discrimination In Machine Translation

There are a number of “human decisions” that go into the creation and operation of an algorithm.


13 Key Considerations Before Expanding Your Business

Businesses grow and evolve with time. What may have been a small enterprise a mere two years ago may need to expand to cater to its growing consumer base. Once a business is performing well, growth is inevitable. Yet without a proper strategy for that growth, the enterprise may end up wasting time and money. And while larger companies might have the luxury of exploring avenues that lead nowhere, smaller companies operate on a limited budget and cannot afford to waste any of it on failed expansion plans.


Preparing Your Business For An Uncertain Future

While you can never know exactly what challenges await you, there are steps you can take to prepare and future-proof your operation.


Networking During A Pandemic: 14 Professional Tips

COVID-19 has impacted society to a massive degree, changing how we behave and even interact with each other. Gone are the days where you could meet others at an industry conference or dinner for networking. Today’s world has made in-person meetups as dangerous as walking through a minefield. However, many businesses require networking to keep functioning. With the economy’s current state being what it is, networking during the pandemic has become more of a necessity than an option.


13 Ways To Embrace Innovative Processes

Businesses are complex organisms, and when something works out in management’s favor, they tend to grow attached to the process. In many cases, this can be a good thing. With a reliable, well-understood process, business leaders can make certain assumptions that help predict outcomes crucial to the company. The downside of growing attached to operations can be dire, however. In an industry that’s continuously evolving, holding on to an outdated process hurts the business’s competitiveness.


How Business Leaders Can Better Support Immigrants During The Pandemic

While relieving the problems immigrants face goes well up to the federal level, business leaders and entrepreneurs can help essential workers as best they can.


14 Practical Ways To Deal With Unhappy Customers

If you’re an entrepreneur, chances are that you have encountered a disgruntled customer before. How you deal with the situation can have a lasting impact on your company’s reputation. Smart business owners know that dealing with unhappy customers has a considerable chance of backfiring. However, if done correctly, you can reassure the customer, solve their problem and keep their business.


15 Ways To Critically Examine Your Company’s Customer Experience

Consumers are always on the hunt for the most entertaining experiences. If an organization manages to provide an experience that sticks with them, they’re more likely to bring repeated business to that organization. Companies should seek to prioritize customer experience (CX) if they want to seek long-term income from a particular demographic. However, while many companies know this, few take action to change their customer experience for the better.


Getting Lost in Translation: Three Critical Ways Businesses Fail In Global Markets

The more time you take to understand and be a part of a culture, the more likely you are to find success in that market.

OCTOBER 26TH, 2020

Why Technology Will Not Replace Professional Translators

Although machines can take on consumer-level translations, for now, they have neither the accuracy to take over for a medical translator or the personality to recalibrate an emotional pitch for a new cultural context. 

OCTOBER 19TH, 2020

Try These 15 Brilliant Ways To Leverage QR Codes For Your Business

“Quick response” or QR codes have been around since the 1990s. They’ve gained popularity since the dawn of the smartphone, but the use of QR codes by businesses has skyrocketed recently in the wake of COVID-19.


Got A Bad Review? 16 Smart Ways To Handle It

JUNE 14, 2012