The Difference Between Having a Job and Having a Business

Many have dreams of entrepreneurial grandeur that go something like this – You stomp into your mundane nine to five and hand your out-of-touch boss an effective-immediately resignation letter. You puff up your chest, hold your shoulders back and declare you’re sick of working grueling hours and taking on endless work just to benefit his pocket. You tell him he ...

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Winning at Customer Service – Entrepreneurs Give Tips on Serving Customers the Right Way

Customer service is the key to success in most businesses. As an entrepreneur and business owner, you have a product which you want to sell to the public. Of course, there is always a similar product out there competing for attention. So what exactly can set your business apart? If the price is similar, product, and ways of getting said ...

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The Sequester Deadline Has Come and Gone – What Will it Mean for Small Businesses?

As the sequestration process looms over us, the well-known confrontation between Congress and the White House over the federal budget is once more on the tongues of news anchors and radio personalities across the country as the March 1st deadline has come and gone. With the sequestration in place, automatic, across-the-board cuts to government agencies totaling $1.2 trillion over 10 ...

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Business Owners and Entrepreneurs Give Tips on How to Effectively Network Online

Though there are times when networking online can seem somewhat daunting there are benefits of doing so. Being face to face with a person gives you a sense of who they are. You can play off their facial cues, figure out if they like to joke and generally get a sense of their personality. Online it is harder to do ...

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Fielding the Best Interview Questions from Entrepreneurs and Business Owners

All entrepreneurs and business owners know the feeling of sitting in the seat on the other side of the desk. You sit and you wait as each question comes, coming up with the correct response seems like trying to drive through a minefield at times. Aside from the fear some interviews are able to produce, the act of setting through ...

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Entrepreneurs Help Us Stay Ahead of the Wave By Predicting the Next Big Thing in Social Media

First we had MySpace. It was the one social media platform to rule all the rest. School kids found ways to get past their school’s security settings just to take a peek at their MySpace page. Then there was Facebook and still the Book holds supreme in the landscape of social media. Adding to the mix have been sites like ...

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3 Steps to Clever Networking on a Plane

Relationships happen in amazing places don’t they? You could be in an elevator, siting by the pool, in a gym, just about anywhere…right? So what happens when you’re on one of the most common forms of transport today – a domestic or international flight? Often in today’s competitive travel market the domestic airfare wars have produced fairs cheaper than driving ...

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The Favorite Business Resources Range From Blank Paper to Consultants, Chosen by Entrepreneurs and Business Owners

In current times we have access to more resources now than ever. For many entrepreneurs and business owners, the internet waits in our pockets and sits on our laps. So the resources and minds of an entire world are at our disposal. Of course, not all these resources are reliable. With the internet full of fiction it takes time to ...

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10 Most Commonly Asked Questions Every Service Based Business Must Know

It’s been said that running a small business is one of the toughest endeavors you will likely do in your life. For some the task is even greater than you may think. Through years of dealing with business owners all over the country I have noticed that some are much more “savvy” than others. By savvy I mean they are ...

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Three Ways to Motivate Your Employees

Despite what most small business owners commonly think, money is not most employees’ number one incentive. Of course, everybody works because they need to earn money to live, but it does not mean that they will work efficiently because of their paycheck. Many studies have shown countless ways of raising employee motivation to work more efficiently without spending lots of ...

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