Doug and Polly White

Doug and Polly White

Contributor / Entrepreneurs, Small Business Experts, Consultants, Speakers

Doug and Polly White are small business experts, speakers and consultants who work with entrepreneurs through Whitestone Partners. They are also co-authors of the book Let Go to GROW, which focuses on growing your business.

More From Doug and Polly White

Friends and Family

5 Tips to Successfully Manage 'Friends and Family' Hires

Yes, the labor market is tough. But be careful about hiring someone you know. That move could lead to a long-term damaged relationship.
Project Grow

How You and Your Business Can Combat the Goldilocks Syndrome

Trying to be all things to all people is not your smartest move. Here's what you should do instead.
Sleep Habits

Want to be More Successful? Go to Bed.

And don't think you can 'make up' those missed hours of shut-eye on the weekend.
Relationships

Can't We All Just Get Along? 5 Steps to Building Better Relationships.

To succeed, you need to increase your versatility when it comes to people who are different from you.
Project Grow

The Worst Word in an Entrepreneur's Vocabulary

Complacency is your worst enemy. Never, ever let it creep in to your business.
Ready for Anything

Don't Let the 'Urgent' Overtake the 'Important'

The difference between the two is key to proper time management and vital to growing your business.
Gig Economy

Are You Building a Business or Creating a Job for Yourself?

Is it just you behind a desk or are you delegating the work? The distinction is an important one.
Resolutions

4 Business Practices That Will Improve Your Personal Life, Too

New year, new you? Here's how to apply business ideas to make those weight loss and exercise resolutions 'the new normal.'
Negotiation

Make Your Next Negotiation a 'Win-Win.' 3 Tips for How to Do That.

The first rule of businesses is that the negotiation has to be good for both parties.
Resolutions

Happy New Year! Now, How Exactly, Are You Going to Make Those Resolutions Stick?

People pondering an uncomfortable project like weight loss will say, "I don't have time." What they really mean is, "That isn't a priority for me."
Scaling

The Holy Trinity of Business Growth: People, Process and Metrics

How do you keep your company profitable as it scales above 50 employees?
Holidays

5 Ways to Keep Morale High Among Workers Who Have to Be on the Job During the Holidays

Health care, retail, security and the military are professions where -- alas -- some people have to work on Christmas.
Partnerships

3 Ways to Strengthen Your Partnership

As partners, you may glide as smoothly as Fred and Ginger. But, one day -- and that day will come -- you won't.
overworked

5 Signs That You're Overworking Your Employees

How much is too much? You may lose that talented person if you don't take action.
Equity

Caution! The 4 Questions You Should Ask Before You Part With Equity

Think hard before giving up a slice of your pie. Still, equity is a great recruiting tool, so don't be "penny-wise and pound foolish," either.
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