Worrying is Not a Business Plan

In your kitchen you probably have a spice or powder-filled container with a plastic top that has two tabs – one for pouring or spooning, and one for sprinkling. That top is most likely derived from the original Flapper my company invented. Today there’s an entire line of Flapper products used by over 150 companies, including Durkee, Cremora, San Giorgio, ...

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Times Up! What Do You Really Want?

If you are like most entrepreneurs, when it comes down to it, you are downright scared of being direct and to the point and telling people in no uncertain terms, “Can I have your business? Here’s what I want!”   Think about it.  There’s a conspiracy that encourages people to bury their most important wants and desires. Marketing trainers use ...

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Entrepreneur As Artist

Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness…the moment one definitely commits oneself, the providence moves too. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one’s favor all manner of unforeseen incidents, meetings and material assistance, which no man [or woman] could have dreamt would have come his [or her] way. ...

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Relaxed Entrepreneurs

The nonstop hours and 24/7 mentality can begin to get to entrepreneurs.  Pursing your passion and trying to change the world can begin to become an extremely demanding experience.  Entrepreneurs can begin to slow down and get frustrated, but there is a way out for entrepreneurs.  There is a way that entrepreneurs can wind down so the hustle and bustle ...

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Most Important Part of Business

Entrepreneurs are often excited when they take the first step to become entrepreneurs and actually incorporate and file their business, but once time wears on entrepreneurs realize that they can’t do everything and that all aspects of a business are not equally important.  Rather there are some aspects of the business that are more important than the other businesses. Q: ...

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Who Knew Business Could Be This Ugly (Book Review)

Book: The Ugly Truth About Small Business: 50 Things That Can Go Wrong…and What You Can Do About It Author: Ruth King Pages: 302 Twitter Review: Quick read that gets to the heart of the ugly of business and gives solutions from the entrepreneurs. Good read! Review: This book is organized like the Chicken Soup for the Soul books, but it ...

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Best Thing About Being An Entrepreneur

At the end of the long and hard days, there is always a golden pot at the end of the rainbow.  It is that “golden pot” which keeps entrepreneurs working, innovating and clocking 28 hour days.  There is certainly a good and a bad side to everything, but it is the positive that usually keeps ‘preneurs motivated.   Q: What’s ...

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Five More

There are two kinds of people — those who have learned how to work through frustration, and those who wish they had. From now on, if you’re in the middle of a task and tempted to give up — just do FIVE MORE. Read FIVE MORE pages. Finish FIVE MORE math problems. Work FIVE MORE minutes. Just as athletes build ...

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Who To Hire? Hiring Tips

Your business is growing and ready for that next step to hire employees.  However, it can always be difficult to determine the best individuals for your business.  Everyone looks good on paper and they sound good during interviews.  Finding and hiring the correct employees so that the business can continue to grow.   Q: What Advice Would You Give On ...

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Business Can (Or Can't) Innovate Too Much

Businesses are always told to innovate or perish.  There are companies that have gone through struggles largely because of their lack of innovation and there are companies that might innovate too much.  Rescue A CEO had the opportunity to ask entrepreneurs what is the good and bad of each side of the coin.   Q: Is there such a thing ...

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