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[ 0 ] Aug. 24, 2015

Your Social Media Strategy

Why You Shouldn’t Leave Your Social Media to a Niece or Nephew Or Your Son, Daughter or Even the Kid Down the Street By Jay York EMSI Public Relations It’s true that millennials are massive users of social media, but does that mean any young friend or family member has the background to be enlisted […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 24, 2015

Management and Control

  Control Is Overrated! By Siamak Farah Founder and CEO of InfoStreet When it comes to management, “Out of Control” is a compliment. It may seem counter-intuitive, but the more you control, the less you will succeed. In other words, you won’t grow unless you let go. For so many small businesses, there is the […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 24, 2015

Elevator Pitch Tips For Inventors

Inventors: 5 Do’s and Don’ts for Your Elevator Pitch By Nicole Lininger Director of Corporate Communications at InventHelp If you can sell your idea to companies or potential investors, your product could become the bestseller every inventor dreams of creating. A well-designed formal presentation can sell investors on your idea, but before you get to […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 17, 2015

The Importance of Contracts

Contracts and written agreements are key documents to ensure success. By Lisa Kroese As small business owners, our clients will expect a lot from us and will ask a lot from us. Sometimes no matter how hard we work, or how diplomatic we are, or how great our work is, someone is just not pleased […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 17, 2015

Cleaning Up Your Facebook Page

Time to clean up your Facebook page?  Understanding the potential insurance ramifications of your social media profiles. By Reuben Dourte Account Executive Ruhl Insurance While it seems like most individuals have caught on that they should, at the very least, change the privacy settings on their personal Facebook page before submitting a job application, less […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 17, 2015

Time Management Strategies

A pro shares time management strategies for small businesses. By John Oechsle CEO/President of Swiftpage As a small business owner, you have a lot on your plate. You’re managing your business’ value in the marketplace on a daily basis while at the same time striving to maintain superior customer service and employee satisfaction. There’s a […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 10, 2015

Professional and Personal Growth

The top 5 rules for professional and personal growth. By Kelly Hager CEO, Kelly Hager Real Estate Group Services and Live Team Life For any business, growth may be the most important metric of all – growing employees, growing customers, growing profits. The qualities needed to grow your business successfully are often the same qualities […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 10, 2015

Keys To Effective Risk Planning

A pro shares his insight on how to plan for risk.  By Dan Travieso Ultimate Performance Architect, DT Squared Consulting Whether you realize it or not, we continuously plan for risks in our personal lives as part of our daily routine. We carry an umbrella because of the risk of rain. We have pain medication […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 10, 2015

5 Tips To Outshine The Competition

5 Tips For Outshining the Competition in 30 Minutes or Less By Tiffany Monhollon Direct of Content Marketing, ReachLocal If you’re like most small businesses, you’re short on time, and you’ve probably got a few concerns about how your business fares against competitors. In fact, a recent poll found that the fear of losing current […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 3, 2015

Franchising Your Business

How franchising a business helps you avoid common entrepreneurial mistakes.  By Rick Coffey Founder and Owner, Barkefellers For anyone with the entrepreneurial spirit, the idea of taking your own idea and turning it into an actual business is thrilling. However, building a business requires so much more than a great idea. It is not enough […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 3, 2015

Reinvent and Coach Yourself To Success

Reinvent yourself for entrepreneurship.  Coach yourself to success in business. By Berry Fowler Founder and Chairman of Fowler International Academy of Professional Coaching 1. Start with the End in Mind Growing your business is a journey, and with any journey it’s important to begin by knowing exactly where you want to end up. Create a […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 3, 2015

Managing Promises

Why you should stop managing people and start managing promises. By Daniel F. Prosser Eighty-seven percent of all businesses fail to fully execute their strategy each year. It’s highly likely your company is one of them. Businesses fail for many reasons, but often, those reasons boil down to the obvious—time and again, someone didn’t perform. […]

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