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How being unplugged can be good for you, your business

The first Friday in March is “National Day of Unplugging” and it’s worth taking this time not only to enjoy a respite from the Internet, but to critically examine our connections to the virtual world. You may have read the news earlier that France enacted a law requiring companies with 50 or more employees to […]

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A ‘convenient’ truth to use in your small business

What do these business ventures below have in common? Grubhub Blueapron Amazon Go Yelp WeFuel Mac & Mia Four of these are business models centered around home delivery: GrubHub, which delivers restaurant meals; Blueapron, which delivers meal ingredients and instructions to the home, WeFuel, which will fill your gas tank when it’s parked at home […]

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Prepare for the Long Haul

By Jeff Davidson You are likely to live much longer than you think you will. Perhaps you’ll reach 100. Is this merely positive thinking? New developments in science and technology all but guarantee that barring some unforeseen catastrophe, most people are likely to live longer than they currently presume. Medical breakthroughs already in the pipeline, […]

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It’s time to toss away your ‘could haves’ and ‘should haves’

The third Saturday of July – it’s July 16 in 2016 – is Toss Away the “Could Haves” and “Should Haves” Day, a special day created by Martha J. Ross-Rodgers. Since so many of you are small business owners, this may seem like a foreign concept. After all, you have struck out on your own […]

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19 Tips to Get and Stay Motivated

It can be lonely at the top! And in the long run, that can be a major de-motivator for the small business owner. Of course, the stress and the long hours can also make it difficult to maintain your enthusiasm or commitment to your small business. So if you’re wondering how to get motivation back, […]

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6 Ways to Live Like an Entrepreneur Today  

By Samantha Thayer We all dream of ditching the cubicle one day. Whether its monetizing a blog, funding a start-up, or turning a hobby into a career, the idea of leaving your traditional 9-5 is appealing.  After all, working towards your own goals and dreams would be much more satisfying than working towards someone else’s.  But, […]

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Believe In Yourself

By Jeff Davidson In case you’ve already been in business for several years or have passed a certain age and are thinking, “I have this big dream, but I’m too old,” take heart. Even if you’re in your 30s, 40s, or 50s, mile-high goals might still be in store for you – even if you’re […]

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Win the Battle and the War

By Jeff Davidson Robert Fritz, author of “The Path of Least Resistance,” has an innovative concept for gaining breakthrough solutions in the face of recurring problems. He says, for example, that if you experience undue stress about being rejected, losing out, or falling behind, experience the stress in all its magnitude, and then consider it […]

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Is the Survival of Your Small Business Killing You? How To Tell and What To Do

Hey small business owner: Would you like to know an easy way to tell if you’re at a higher risk for depression, alcoholism, type-2 diabetes, heart attack, stroke and just about every other modern health and wellness nightmare? You can find out by answering one question: Do you work more than 55 hours a week […]

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How To Get the Benefits of a Flexible Schedule in Your Small Business

As a small business owner sometimes it’s easy to feel that big companies enjoy some advantages that will never be available to you. You’ll probably never bring in Emeril Legasse to do a cooking demonstration in your company cantina, right? But what would you think if I told you that you can give employees the […]

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