Anna Johansson is a freelance writer who specializes in social media and business development.
You need 30 minutes a day, minimum. So, why are you even reading this? Go out and power-walk!
When someone's just replicated your product, what you should do first is get on the phone and show 'em whom they're messing with.
Skip sleep often enough, and you'll drive both yourself and your business into the ground.
Business Moving Forward
These valuations are a pain, but they're necessary if you're issuing common stock, stock options or any other form of non-qualified deferred compensation.
If you're trying to be a consultant, remember the words, "Customers buy for their reasons, not yours."
As quickly and dramatically as Rome came to power, it fell -- swiftly. Remember that old adage about those who who fail to learn from history?
Ever thought to look for a mentor at your fitness club? You'd be surprised at where the right person may be hanging out.
Passwords are inconvenient, forgettable and not particularly secure locks for our prized data. Technology can do better.
Take It From The Pros
All entrepreneurs have, or should have, an elevator pitch. That pitch is their market hook, their story. What's yours?
Be wary of going with a desktop software in a business world that's being shaped around the cloud.
Coming soon: "safe driving system" technology to keep track of your business's employee-drivers, as well as that teen in the family car.
Small Business Loans
You aren't going to walk into your local bank, fill out a loan application and get approved on the spot. So, start yours right away. As in today.
Remember, you can't legally deduct a trip to the Bahamas in which you have a half day of meetings, then take five days of R&R on the beach sipping margaritas.
Millions of Americans now classify themselves as remote workers, and both employers and employees are benefiting from these relationships.
Stay calm, stay focused on the big picture and keep everybody in the loop. Then nothing can devastate you.
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