HolograFit – http://www.HolograFit.com – is a new company that designs workout programs featuring life-sized holographic fitness instructors. The HolograFit program offers a state-of-the-art, fully automated holographic fitness package to entrepreneurs seeking to launch a new fitness business, as well as to established fitness businesses looking to find a way to stand head-and-shoulders above the competition. […]
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By Matthew M. Collins Although there are some industries, such as healthcare, in which an employer may be legally obligated to disclose information regarding former employees, most businesses are under no such obligation. Nevertheless, many businesses respond to inquiries about former employees without giving it a second thought. Responding to such inquiries can result in […]
By Tom Somodi It is likely there have been situations when you have asked yourself, “Why are there times when I experience anxiety relative to a change I am facing in my life?” To answer this question, let’s start by thinking of your replies to the following few simple questions: While the answers seem absurdly […]
Having employees who not only work diligently but effectively is always good for business. At times, employees may not have the encouragement or support that is needed to make them feel as though they are useful or a part of a team. This can ultimately affect their performance. Poor work performance can have a detrimental […]
Starting a business involves planning, making key financial decisions and completing a series of legal activities. These 10 easy steps –with links to resources–can help you plan, prepare and manage your business. Step 1: Write a Business Plan This is a good way to answer all the question you might have about starting a particular […]
According to a recent study on bosses and leadership, there are five different leadership styles. Some bosses have a gruff, “tough love” approach; others are nurturing mentors, hard-working single-minded leaders or “country clubbers” who get things done by networking and charming those around them. Whatever your natural style, you’ll achieve more if you’re able to […]
Stress is costly to your small business. Harvard University professor and Cangrade’s Senior Vice President Dr. Greg Willard completed an extensive review of the causes of workplace stress and identified 3 major insights. This research provides simple ways to reduce stress in the workplace. 1. Most people are stressed about work, and it hurts productivity […]
Lynnae Schneller, a lifelong pickler turned her family pickling pastime into Lynnae’s Gourmet Pickles, a thriving commercial business. Since 2011, Lynnae has produced her savory pickles from her company headquarters in Fircrest, Washington, with sister-in-law, Aly Cullinane – Partner and VP of Sales. The duo has gone from selling 1,000 jars in the first month […]
It is hard for the small business owner to keep up with the ever-changing tax codes. You can download a document that will help you understand six new changes. 1800Accountant has just published a new white paper titled 4th Quarter Tax Strategies for Small Business. The free document outlines critical changes in the tax code, […]
Buying a franchise is a complicated procedure; you can learn a lot about franchising in general by visiting the website of the International Franchise Association: franchise.org. Here are eight legal questions you should ask the franchisor before buying: 1. Do I face any personal liability or obligations? 2. Where is the franchise be located? 3. […]
Jurisdictions around the U.S. are starting to implement bans on foam cups. Dunkin’ Donuts doesn’t want to see Washington, D.C., Mayor Vincent Gray’s proposed ban on polystyrene food containers take effect because the current lack of a 100% recyclable paper cup would simply replace one type of trash with another, spokeswoman Lindsay Harrington said. “To […]
Many small businesses are unaware that one provision of the tax law allows them to write off the full cost of technology-related capital equipment immediately instead of doing so over the lifetime of the product, says biz whiz Bonnie Lee. This provision “can be applied to software purchases and other technology upgrades,” she says.