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Founder and CEO of BlueVine
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The road to recovery for small businesses will extend long after the global health crisis ends. Here are a few long-term solutions for the president's team to consider to support the smallest of businesses.
Much of decision-making is grounded in historical data, but there's something just as important to consider when making decisions: your instincts.
Adaptation and compassion will be essential to getting through this pandemic.
Use setbacks as learning tools to achieve success in 2020.
'Today, I know what each team needs to win. When I started as a race team owner, I had no idea how to put together a winning team.'
Before committing to a new launch, prepare a thorough process, one that includes all the lessons you learned first time around.
Even the smallest businesses can benefit from readily available technology, so why won't they use it?
The financial crisis of 2007-2009 can tell the prescient business owner how to prepare for any downturn that may be on the horizon.
Is entrepreneurship caused by nature or nurture? Not that it makes much difference once the bug bites.
My Grandmother Survived the Holocaust. Her Quiet, Gentle Strength Inspired My Entrepreneurial Journey.
Leaving a plum job for the uncertainties of entrepreneurship didn't seem such a scary leap knowing what she overcame.
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