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[ 0 ] Jan. 27, 2014

Five Tips To Your Small Business Tax Management Solutions

  By Jonathan Barsade                         When you’re running a small business, it’s important to keep your focus on satisfying customers and generating profits. Administrative tasks like tax management, while certainly a necessary part of doing business, are time consuming, especially when done manually. That is why it is important to automate and outsource as many of […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 27, 2014

How to Launch a Public Relations Campaign

There are lots of moving parts when it comes to starting and running a small business. It’s a feat that not many are willing to take on and the brave entrepreneurs that do often have to wear numerous hats. One key element that often gets overlooked or dismissed is Public Relations. Most business owners either […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 27, 2014

10 Tips To Make Your Dreams Come True

Want to make your dreams come true? The new year started out full of promise, drive and positivity for your small business. Don’t let the focus down on your small business dreams and goals. Follow these 10 tips to make your dreams come true: Goals are dreams with a deadline – Dreams are all about […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 27, 2014

10 Tips To Start Your Business

  Ready to start your business? In starting your small business, you’ll have lots of details to check and fine-tune. Here is a quick checklist of 10 things you should do as you prepare your business launch and get ready to start your business. 1. Choose a business and pick a name. 2. File a […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 25, 2014

10 Secrets To Creating Your Personal Brand

What do Donald Trump, Jennifer Lopez, Heidi Klum, David Beckham and Suze Orman all have in common? They have each built a powerful personal brand that has propelled them to the top of their businesses, their careers, and their lives. How did they do it? We have 10 secrets to creating your personal brand. Like […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 24, 2014

Will Tablets Replace Restaurant Servers?

Restaurants across the country have been rolling out tabletop tablets recently. In doing so, these businesses have been improving the overall casual dining experience for everyone involved – guests, servers, and operators alike – resulting in increased guest satisfaction, efficient staff and growing revenues. Ziosk put together the following info on tabletop tablets vs. servers. […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 24, 2014

Restaurant Czar Jessica Miller

By Nissa Larsen Jessica Miller is a culinary marketing specialist who was featured in Bravo TV’s Eat, Drink, Love which followed the lives of five women who ran in the same Los Angeles culinary world.  With broadcast journalism as her major at the University of Missouri, Miller reported on agriculture policy before she graduated in […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 24, 2014

Ten Survival Tactics For Any Economy

Cash flow is king:  Survival tactics are a must for any bootstrapping small business owner. As a small business owner, you must know how your cash flows.  This isn’t fancy accounting; it’s simply survival tactics tracking of how cash comes in versus how it goes out.  Take two hours, and use your QuickBooks (http:/www.quickbooks.com) or […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 24, 2014

7 Tools To Being Strong and Resilient

It is important to stay mentally strong and resilient during the dark days of running your small business. Here are 7 tools to being strong and resilient: 1.) Start breathing. This activity actually prepares your body for better performance. Are you holding your breath right now? The more stressed and tense you are, the more […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 23, 2014

Delegate and You’ll Be a Better Leader

You’ve got a great product or service. What’s holding your company back? Is it you? Are you a control freak? Can you delegate? Learn to delegate and you’ll be a better leader. If you don’t delegate you are the real problem as you continue to control everything and everybody. This poor leadership style holds people […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 23, 2014

How To Start A Bartending Service

Ever wonder how to start a bartending service?  No matter what shape the economy is in, liquor and alcohol-related businesses seem to be recession-proof. You can start a bartending service and cash in on a part-time, weekends-only or full-time basis. How to start a bartending service with these seven easy steps: 1.     Learn Many people […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 23, 2014

Bullying In The Workplace

Bullying in the workplace is a large and costly problem for businesses. According to a new report prepared by consulting firm Executive Confidante, bullying in the workplace is costing organizations worldwide millions of dollars in turnover, absenteeism, decreased productivity, retaliation, and more. The report, Bullying Bosses: A Full Cost Accounting, provides an extensive summary of […]

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