Monthly Archives: July 2015

    How Do I Start a Small Business?

    1. Have an idea. It might be a product you’ve always wanted to make, or a service you feel people need. It might even be something people don’t know they need yet, because it hasn’t been invented! It can be helpful—–and fun—–to have people who are bright and creative join...

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    Multitasking is a bad idea?

    You know that multitasking is a bad idea. You may even know that frequent multitasking shrinks your brain and lowers your IQ. But did you know that, far from saving you time, multitasking cuts your productivity by a whopping 40 percent? That frightening number comes from Devora Zack, CEO...

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    How to Grow Your Business to the Next Level

    For many companies, worrying about expansion and diversification can seem like a luxury. After all, one of the biggest struggles for a young company is identifying even a single core offering that will drive the brand and business in the first place, let alone expand beyond its current parameters....

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    Keep Your Friends and Family Out of Your Business

    Involving third parties in relationship matters doesn’t solve your problem, it compounds the issue. If you discuss your private affairs in public, it is going to backfire. Managing relationships by committee condemns them to a premature death. The best approach is to allow time, patience and the human conscience...

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    Never Heard Twenty Inspirational Quotes for healthy business

    Here are 20  Inspirational Quotes for healthy business: 1. “You can’t have a million-dollar dream with a minimum-wage work ethic.” — Stephen C. Hogan 2. “When I was young, I observed that nine out of 10 things I did were failures. So I did 10 times more work.” —...

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    5 Ways to Identify Future Business Opportunities

    There are as many ways to evaluate as there are fish in the sea, but here are some basic topics that I use to measure my success keep me open to future opportunities. 1. Simplification I know you have heard of the KISS Principle: Keep It Simple, Stupid!  This...

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