As the new year begins, now's the best time to review your progress and decide what you want to accomplish in 2004.
Organization and planning are the keys to continually providing customers with the products they want and need.
Make the most of your teen status, and the press will be eating out of your hand.
Opportunities abound for young entrepreneurs to learn the ins and outs of starting a business at entrepreneurial camps.
Hard questions to ask yourself before you up and start a business
How to effectively manage the teenage-adult relationship when working with employees who are older than you
When the economy is slow, it's the little things that really count in your sales tactics.
How a tiny idea can turn into something of an epidemic
Ditch the gum. Mind your spelling. If you want to make a good impression, it's time to get professional.
Learn to rattle off a spiel quickly about your company, and soon you'll have more contacts than you'll know what to do with.
Planning out a product demo, from knowing your product to zeroing in on the sale
How to know when it's time to hand over the reins to someone else
6 secrets you can use to seal a deal
How you can run a business and still get A's in class
It's time to hone your management and marketing skills by starting your business education--as a teenager.