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Getting Down to Business

Don’t be obsessed with getting your business plan perfect. At some point, you have to take your finger off the pause and hit play

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Find Your Niche

The first step in using your voice as a business tool is to establish your expertise. You need to establish yourself as an expert within your niche. That is the only way your audience will take your words as an … Continue reading

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Economic Times

It’s risky, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try…only about half of the small business – no matter when they start -survive past the five – year make. but “when you launch in a recession, you often have less competition” … Continue reading

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The Mentor

There’s a misunderstanding that a mentor has to be someone in your direct career path or who has the job that you want. The best mentors are really going to be the ones who don’t have a horse in the … Continue reading

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Judgmental Employees

Q: As a manager, I always strive to maintain a professional demeanor in discussions with employees. But when critical and judgmental people try to twist the meaning of my words, I tend to freeze and shut down. This ends the … Continue reading

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