President of Professionalism Matters
Having run a small business over the past decade, Dana Brownlee is an advocate for helping other small businesses succeed. She is president of Atlanta-based training company
and is an acclaimed keynote speaker, corporate trainer and team development consultant.
While moms may fantasize about a utopian balance of pilates in the morning and business in the afternoon ,the reality could be much different
Here are five clients you want to stay away from.
Here are the six key resources you need to build a powerful company.
When you're a business of one it's hard to avoid that stomach churning anxiety compelling you to create a big-business persona to hide the mom-and-pop reality.
As people are trying to navigate away from the 'corporate jungle' towards the land of supposed 'entrepreneurial utopia,' a lot of misconceptions arise. Here are five big ones.
Without face-to-face contact, it's difficult to manage the conversation, navigate complex issues or deal with difficult personalities in the group. The good news is there are specific techniques you can use to improve these calls.
Here are a few pointers on how to help a group reach a consensus when they simply don't agree.
If done correctly, a consulting business can be lucrative for an entrepreneur. To get people on the right path, here are three mistakes to avoid.
A subtle but important trait of the most successful entrepreneurs is the ability to manage uncertainty and strategically problem solve.
While pricing can be a tricky matter for any entrepreneur, it is especially difficult for those providing a service. Here are a few lessons on pricing strategy.
The adage, "you don't get a second chance to make a first impression," couldn't be more true for entrepreneurs. For those needing to brush up on their professional skills, here are a few tips.
Many people believe you need to work like a dog to make your business a success, but that is not always necessarily true. Entrepreneurs that work smartly can have a successful business, while also working less hours.
Even though entrepreneurship is in vogue, not everyone is ready to start a business. Here are three questions to consider.
Following these sins could kill your business. Fortunately, there are simple solutions to fix these blunders.
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