Entrepreneur and Small Business Strategist
Peter Gasca is an entrepreneur, small-business consultant, author and business adjunct lecturer. He is the co-founder and CEO of
Wild Creations, a specialty toy and game developer and manufacturer. Previously, Gasca had a successful career as a business-development consultant for USAID and a long career in real estate development. He is the co-author of One Million Frogs.
Providing criticism to a team member can be a real challenge, especially if done wrong. Here is a simple and easy to remember strategy that will help you avoid uncomfortable confrontations.
Being a mom and dad while running a business can feel like an overwhelming and un-winnable challenge, until you consider these five things.
Leveraging the best communication elements can make email an incredibly valuable and useful tool in your entrepreneurial arsenal.
As the FTC cracks down on non-compliant businesses, understanding the importance of children's online privacy and protection is even more important for small businesses.
Want to better manage your email? Stop treating it like a distraction and make it a priority.
How an early morning exercise session lead to a new understanding of managing aggressive feedback.
Starting a Business
There's big money to be made in people's unused, idle things. One company breaking into the space provides some good examples to follow.
Stop resolving to do things different or anew. Consider instead purging obstacles in your life that are keeping you from achieving your dreams.
Avoid waiting for the new year to try new habits. Here are a few things to do as soon as you roll out of bed that will get you energized for the rest of the day.
Entrepreneurs often anguish over determining the value of their companies. Here are some tips to help avoid mistakes.
Whether you believe in hunches and luck or not, you can greatly increase your effectiveness to intuit by consistently performing this one task.
Considering presents for your valued business partners this year? Follow these easy tips to show your appreciation and make the greatest impact.
Sure, a small present and a holiday card are great, but these three things will be appreciated and reciprocated with enthusiasm for another year of success.
Tis the season. Take these extra steps to demonstrate your appreciation while also creating a unique experience that promotes your business.
Most inexperienced entrepreneurs have overly optimistic outlooks about how to successfully finance their startups.
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