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Here Are 4 Steps You Should Take To Finish The Year Strong

Here Are 4 Steps You Should Take To Finish The Year Strong

It has not been an easy year, and yet the very best entrepreneurs continue to rise to the challenge in their businesses and personal lives. As important as New Years Resolutions are, setting new goals year-round is how the growth really happens. Now that the year is just over halfway through, it’s a reflection point; where did you want […]

The Entrepreneur’s Guide To Surviving COVID-19

The Entrepreneur’s Guide To Surviving COVID-19

No business will be able to outwork or outrun the impacts of COVID-19. So what should an entrepreneur do next? Take the time to GASP, an acronym for the terms: Ground, Assess, Stabilize and Plan. This approach worked well for businesses that survived and thrived during the Great Recession of 2007/8 and other major market challenges. Ground Ground yourself, your […]

What To Do When Workplace Bullying Goes Remote

What To Do When Workplace Bullying Goes Remote

We know people can be much ruder via email, chat, and phone than they would be in person. Layer on pandemic levels of stress and what we’re seeing is an increase in online aggression and remote bullying between coworkers. Especially coming from those in power (bosses, white people, men, etc…) Workplace bullying expert and employment […]

Your Business Needs A Budget – Find Out Why

Your Business Needs A Budget – Find Out Why

Find out why your business needs to start budget planning. Budget planning is simply the process of creating a plan to spend your money. It allows you to determine in advance whether you will have enough money to do the things you need or would like to do. To create a budget, small business owners […]

Makeup Items Busy Entrepreneurs Can Apply While on the Go

Makeup Items Busy Entrepreneurs Can Apply While on the Go

It’s estimated that the average commute in the U.S. is roughly 26 minutes. This gives you plenty of time to listen to a podcast, read a chapter in your book — or if you’re really pressed for time, apply or touch-up your makeup before your run into the office. While applying makeup while mid-transit might not […]

If You Are Comfortable With An Unreliable, Moving Target, Passion Matters

If You Are Comfortable With An Unreliable, Moving Target, Passion Matters

I often ask entrepreneurs to describe what they believe is the single most important quality that investors are looking for.  Their answer: passion. Similarly, with investors, I ask them to describe what they believe is the single most important attribute that they look for in making their investment decisions.  Again, overwhelmingly, it’s passion. After having met and […]

How To Use Your Expertise To Start A Consulting Business

How To Use Your Expertise To Start A Consulting Business

We all reach a point in our careers when we start getting questions about our experience or expertise. Perhaps you’ve been asked if you can do someone a favour and “look something over.” Or maybe someone has even asked if they can pay you for a consulting session. Perhaps you tapped into a new way […]

Up For A Raise?

Up For A Raise?

About six in 10 workers are heading into the holiday season with bigger paychecks than last year, according to a recent survey by MagnifyMoney — and about half of those who received a raise said it was accompanied by a promotion. That’s all well and good, but categorizing the results by gender yielded some disconcerting figures: More […]

How To Get Influencers To Promote Your Brand

How To Get Influencers To Promote Your Brand

In the early days of Jersey Champs, Kelly was enrolled in Rutgers University and running the company out of his dorm room. After seeing a business opportunity in the popularity of sports jerseys, Kelly set out to see if he could sell jerseys with custom designs that weren’t necessarily related to sports. Fast forward three […]

If You Suck As An Employee, You Will Probably Suck As An Entrepreneur

If You Suck As An Employee, You Will Probably Suck As An Entrepreneur

Do you want to make the jump from working for an employer to running your own business? Odds are that if you suck as an employee now, then you won’t make it as an entrepreneur. It sounds harsh, but that’s real talk. As an employee, if you don’t build the skills you need to thrive […]

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