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Tips for the When’s and How’s of Incorporating Your Business

A business goes through many cycles and steps on its way to the top of the mountain. Any entrepreneur knows the changing tides of their business. Knowing when to step in a certain direction with your business is filled with stress and worry. Being unsure of when to pursue a certain goal is sometimes tricky if you’re going at it ...

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When is it Time to Franchise Your Business? [ANSWERS]

The point in which an entrepreneur reaches success is a huge milestone. After the stresses of creating, building, employing, and running your business, finally reaching a place of solid ground is something to be hugely proud of. Without resting on their laurels, an entrepreneur must also make some choices about their steady business. One choice is in whether to franchise ...

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How to Restart a Business [ANSWERS]

Sometimes a business owner finds their venture needs a little boost. It could be because the business has slowed to a crawl or they want to turn their business in a new direction. One of the ways to do so is to restart your business. Restarting a business can be nearly as consuming as beginning one. Knowing the steps it ...

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How to Have Success with Social Media [ANSWERS]

Some say that the future of business is whatever new social media platforms come forward in the years to come. Gone are the days of your sole marketing strategy consisting of handing out flyers at your local mall or town square. Flyers have been replaced with Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and a myriad of other platforms. Instead of reaching a hundred ...

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A Strong Corporate Culture is the Key to Sustainability

Establishing a unique culture is fundamental to the success and sustainability of any organization. While the ultimate goal of many companies today are to go from “Good to Great,” to quote the business author Jim Collins, I would argue that companies need to aim to be “Outstanding” in order to achieve sustained success. Collins defines a “great” company as one ...

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How to Land Your First Client [ANSWERS]

There are a lot of firsts for an entrepreneur in the course of opening a business. The first time you see the building your business will be held in, the first employee you take on, or even the first time you see your logo or business name printed on something. Along with these firsts, there is also another major one ...

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How to Generate Leads with a Limited Marketing Budget [ANSWERS]

No matter what sort of business an entrepreneur starts, finances are always always a major issue at the beginning. The budget is tight and every single purchase made takes planning and strategy to make sure it is worth the money being put into it. Trying to balance where the money goes can be difficult when so many areas seem to ...

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Thank Goodness it’s Monday

In Bringing out the Best in People, I have a chapter titled, “Thank Goodness it’s Monday!” Wouldn’t it be great if an organization created such a work environment where employees couldn’t wait to get to work after a weekend?  The economic value of such an organization is staggering. In his book, Human Competence, Thomas Gilbert estimates that the potential increase ...

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Why business owners should consider business broadband

More than ever before, businesses throughout the US are starting to heavily rely on the internet. The days when operating online worked as a nice little extra are gone and have been replaced by a world where a superior broadband service is as important as a quality workforce.  Not only is it essential for profit margins, it’s vitally important that ...

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Don’t Kiss a Frog When Selecting a Vendor

In December of 2009, after experiencing significant growth in the business, Will Schneider, President of WarehousingAndFulfillment.com decided that outsourcing the company’s online marketing would help take the company to the next level. “We had so many opportunities presenting themselves that we needed more hands on deck – and the thought was that outsourcing our SEO with experts would not only allow ...

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