Stacey Alcorn

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Author and Entrepreneur

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5 Steps to Working a Holiday Party Like Santa

Don't worry about whatever work you left undone to race out to the event. You're about to ace this networking opportunity -- that is, if you read these jolly tips.

4 Ways You Are Your Own Worst Enemy

Reframe the ways you address your entrepreneur self. You'll be surprised by the power of your pep talk.

Barbara Corcoran's Essential Shark Tools for Success

A real estate executive learns firsthand from an industry icon how to bootstrap a business, be a strong seller, attempt balance and recover from any hard knocks.

7 Simple Steps to Take for a Successful 2015

Fall is the time to plan ahead so you can launch the New Year as a profitable one.

The Dirty Little Secrets Lurking in Your Franchise Contract

A real estate professional with multiple offices discovers critical terms of her business arrangement the hard way.

Anatomy of a Kickstarter Backer

Crowdfunding invites the financial participation of ordinary people. Here's how to make your campaign appeal to a prospective investor.

The 21-Day Desk-Free Challenge

A real estate executive realizes that by finding a perch to work inside each of her company's branch offices, she can be more effective and build more productive relationships.

Are You Playing to Win?

These four strategies can help an entrepreneur and the team pull out all the stops.

4 Entrepreneurial Cult Classics to Cultivate Success

Add these business titles to your book bag to get your thinking off the beaten path.

Are You Catfishing Your Customers?

Don't break the hearts of your clients by pretending to offer something better than what you really have.

Stop Talking About Yourself So Much on Social Media and Listen

Don't make every update all about you. Feature informative items about influentials. Do pay attention to your followers' posts.

Insure Yourself Against Extinction by Building Your Personal Brand

Separate yourself from your company and you'll be able to survive past failures.

Is Your Business Plan Missing This Vital Ingredient?

Here are five steps to take to maximize your chances of startup success.