Best Ways to Manage Your Time and Energy

Building a business isn’t easy and it requires a lot of time and energy to be successful. For the majority of entrepreneurs, challenges are met by putting in long hours and trying to be more productive. However, this leaves little time for family and friends, exercise, and hobbies. While it’s generally accepted as just part […]

How to Fire a Client

Every entrepreneur will eventually fire an employee or severe a relationship with a supplier or vendor. These are the most common scenarios we associate with pink slips and the practice of doing business. However, there’s another we don’t often think about, or, only privately suffer because it’s difficult to own-up to a mistake. In this […]

How to Keep Employees Motivated During the Holidays

With Christmas and the new year right around the corner, now is a time when productivity slips, attention spans shorten, and minds wander. It’s no surprise considering there’s so much going on outside the company: trip planning, shopping, decorating, and family gatherings. Inside, it’s supposed to be business as usual, but, the holiday season takes […]

How to Avoid People Who Waste Your Time

Successful business entrepreneurs obsess over their companies and know instinctively the phrase, “time is money,” is true. It’s why business owners hire others to do tasks they could otherwise do themselves: accounting, marketing, paperwork, and so on. However, not everyone in the world of business is adept at executing, some, talk and do so a […]

Reasons Why Small Business Loans are Denied

Small business owners can easily find themselves in the unenviable position of needing capital, but, not having ready access to cash. It presents an age-old problem, buying equipment ties cash up, even though said equipment is considered an asset. Such assets can depreciate, which worsens the situation all the more. On the cash liquidity side, […]

Are You Delegating or Demanding

Throughout the course of building a business, you’ll learn over time to delegate tasks and responsibilities to various people with the right skill sets. Some of the most successful entrepreneurs, like Sir Richard Branson and Mark Cuban, state no one can do it alone. That’s certainly true, you can’t do everything on your own and […]

Why Too Much Business is Bad for Business

We all know that a business without much business, that is sales, usually sails slowly into the abyss. In some scenarios, a lack of sales starts a fantastic slide into oblivion quickly, causing the organization to grind to an abrupt halt. Regardless if it’s a slow bleed to death or a rapid demise, the end […]

Ways to Deal with Employee Theft

One of the most unappealing things about managing a workplace is having to deal with ugly situations. Employee theft, or, internal theft is perhaps the single worst scenario to encounter because often times, you won’t know the extent of it, at least, right away. This behavior can take shape in a number of ways, including […]

Stress Points Entrepreneurs Should Avoid

Being an entrepreneur means being able to pursue a dream, to fulfill a passion, and to realize your full potential. It’s also a stressful role, even for the most intelligent and resourceful. Though we like to think of stress as just an inconvenient emotion, it can take a substantial toll on your health. It’s linked […]

BREAKING NEWS! Entrepreneurs who need to raise capital will have no restrictions!

Hi Everyone! The moment many of us have been waiting for has finally arrived! About an hour ago, the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) voted to approve the FINAL rules for Title III Equity Crowdfunding under the JOBS act legislation. What this means is that in approximately 90 days, ANYONE, regardless of income, will be […]