Small Business Owners Score a D-…Now What?

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report cardAs business owners we have to know a lot of things about a lot of things. It can be overwhelming to say the least. Some of the things that we don’t know, we outsource. Don’t know how to design our logo – we hire a graphic designer. Don’t know how to build a website – we hire a web development team. Don’t know how to market – we hire a marketing ...

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The Beginner’s Guide to Goal Setting

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No matter how big or small my business gets, I will always have a goal – or set of goals – that I’m striving to reach. It could be improving internal processes, increasing profits, getting more customers or leads; whatever the desired result, it’s something that will remain consistent day after day, and the same goes for virtually every business out there. Despite this, many business owners and managers sometimes face difficulties in the first steps of meeting goals: setting ...

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5 Easy Tips to Help Those Who Think Too Much

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It’s an extremely common human trait, but thinking on an issue too much can often do more harm than good. Whether it’s in my personal or professional life, I do it too, sometimes dwelling on a problem until it becomes an obsession, which also tends to hinder more than it helps. At one point or another during these head-against-the-wall, hands-to-the-heavens brainstorming sessions we’re hoping will be the last, I ask myself: what can I do to avoid this kind of ...

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Are you a ‘Gold Medal’ Business Owner?

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London 2012 OlympicsEverywhere you look in the media recently you can’t help but read or hear about the London 2012 Olympics.  Amazing records being set, unbelievable success stories, and of course incredible stories of heartbreak.  As I’ve been watching the Olympics over the last 10 days I’ve been struck as to how many similarities exist between these Olympic Athletes and business ...

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