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What Does Groupon Entering the Credit Card Payment Business Mean for Business Owners

Last week Groupon made the announcement that they were entering the credit card and debit card processing business to compete with more established companies Square, Intuit and Paypal. According to Gartner, the mobile processing transaction value is expected to surpass $170 billion. The service will be called Groupon Payments and it will allow U.S. restaurants, salons and spas, retailers and other industries ...

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5 Steps for Creative Problem Solving

Author, Jim Jensen believes that when you unleash the power of your subconscious mind, that unbelievable breakthroughs can result. In his new book, Beyond The Power of Your Subconscious Mind, he builds on the work of Dr. Joseph Murphy, and offers compelling evidence about the relationship between our conscious and subconscious mind.  Jensen provides 5 steps to creative problem solving:  Define the ...

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Top 5 Places in the World for Starting A Small Business

In today’s economy times can be tough and finding work can be difficult so many people turn to creating a small startup business to supplement their income or even create a full time career of their own. However, many countries have miles of red tape when it comes in starting a small business regarding the rules, regulations and procedures of ...

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Facing the Challenges of Opening A Restaurant

Are you passionate about cooking? Is it your dream to open a restaurant? Launching a new eatery is an exciting prospect, but there are numerous traps many would-be restaurateurs fall into that are worth keeping in mind. For example, as it’s a high risk environment you’ll need to make sure you have the right kind of business insurance for your ...

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Is Your Start-Up a Disappointment and What To Do About It

The goal of every entrepreneur is to create a successful business that thrives and flourishes. What is the definition of thriving? To develop well or vigorously. To make steady progress. What does it mean to flourish? To be in a period of highest productivity, excellence, or influence.  Success is the achievement of something desired, planned, or attempted. Yet, most businesses ...

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How Did You Incorporate Your Business & Why?

Entrepreneurs and business owners have to incorporate their business to actually be in business. It is one of the essential steps that some entrepreneurs do not remember. We asked some entrepreneurs how they incorporated their business and why they meade that decision: Related Post: Entrepreneurs, Don’t Forget to Incorporate!  LLC I actually “organized” my business – that is the word ...

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How Do You Find & Recruit Talent?

As important as it is to keep good books and have a strategic mindset, it is just as important to find and recruit talented people. While the processes and planning is important, for business owners it is also important to put the correct people in place to be successful. We asked a few entrepreneurs and business owner how to find, ...

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What Are Your Best Tips for Bootstrapping?

Entrepreneurs and business owners are being more creative with their budgets. Now more than in more recent years entrepreneurs have had to stretch their dollars to ensure they get the most return on their investments. A few entrepreneurs and business owners shared their best tips for bootstrapping ventures. Be Passionate, The Cloud & Ask Questions (1) “Make sure you are ...

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HR Must-Haves for Growing Startups

What does it take to grow a company from start-up to small business? Growing a business isn’t simple, and from an HR perspective, there’s a lot of work to be done. Here are five must-haves they identified to take your business to the next level. Related Post via Teach A CEO: Finding the Right Candidate in an Organized, Efficient Way ...

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Take A Leap Towards The Best You: Book Review – Your Best Just Got Better

Book Your Best Just Got Better – Work Smarter. Think Bigger. Make More Author Biography Jason W. Womack is the CEO and founder of the Jason Womack Company which provides customized training on workplace performance. As an executive coach, he shows clients–managers, employees, and entrepreneurs–how to work smart, think big, and make more. Coaching hundreds of individuals and traveling extensively, Jason has facilitated ...

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