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Is the 5-hour rule your ticket to greater success?

When you aren’t growing, it is virtually impossible for your business to grow. If you think about it for a moment, I believe that you’ll agree with that statement. As a business owner, you need to be discovering new opportunities and new ways to accomplish things. These both require innovative analyses of your business and […]

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This week in small business: Win despite ad blockers!

Ad blockers, influencer marketing, and other issues critical to today’s business environment get good coverage in this week’s collection of curated content from around the Internet. Leadership, management, and productivity If you can use more weapons in your war against distractions this article by Morey Stettner offer six tips. We often hear that half of […]

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Create a Competitive Edge With the Right People

Right now, no matter the type of business you’re in, or the size of your organization, your company is at risk of becoming irrelevant. Why? Business owners and leaders get stuck in their current business models and fail to keep pace with changing markets. How do you avoid this pitfall to protect your business and […]

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This week in small business: Is it video, video, video for content marketing today?

Do I need to start publishing a video version of this compilation? With all the attention this week’s articles give to video marketing, it seems I might need to go that route. Leadership, management, and productivity This is just cool: RUKI’s product planner. Enter details about what you want to manufacture and it gives you […]

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Lessons From Marketing Campaigns That Are Way Out of the Box

Your customers don’t know what they want until they already have it. Just ask Henry Ford, legendary entrepreneur and automobile industry revolutionary who coined the famous phrase “If I had asked the people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.” The truth is you’ve got to understand who your customers are at their […]

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What are effective production, innovation, and branding?

By Dan Coughlin I like the word effective. To me, it means intentionally acting in a purposeful way that improves results in a desired outcome. If a person does something randomly and a desired result improves, that’s not being effective. That’s being lucky. However, if the person sees a connection between an action and a […]

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Discover Small Business Opportunities By Taking an Old Idea and Making it New Again

Not long ago a friend was reminiscing about how he and his wife bought their first video camera when their son was about to be born. It’s a common story for a certain generation. At the time, they were on the cutting edge of the technology because they purchased a camera that took MiniDV tape […]

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How startups and legacy companies can both cash in on trends

Health seems to be on almost everyone’s mind today and this was highlighted recently when New York City became the first city to require warning labels for salt. When there is any major trend, smart entrepreneurs and established business leaders alike look for opportunities and the current focus on health is not only serving to […]

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5 Obsolete Tools Saved By The Internet

By Jessica Kane To innovate is to change something established by introducing new methods, ideas, or products. To stay relevant in today’s world, innovation is the key to success. As the Internet continues to expand, more and more things are starting to go by the wayside. While the Internet is making certain things obsolete, it is […]

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How to Become a Visionary Leader the Easy Way

By Torri Myler Proclaiming someone to be “visionary” is a bold statement. It’s a pretty loaded word, and it usually conjures up imagery of blood, sweat, and tears. We perceive visionary people as hard workers who will stop at nothing to enrich and explore their natural talents, but that’s not always the case. By making some small […]

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