If you’re ready to hire employees and are unsure where to start, here are five simple steps to help you get started.
As an entrepreneur, is it ever really ‘just business’ – or is business always personal?
Getting to, and staying on top of, your entrepreneurial game is a team sport, no matter how many times you’ve heard the ridiculously successful utter, “I got here on my own; no one gave me anything.”
Networking is essential to success in your small business. But, like most of us with busy schedules, finding the time to build your social network is difficult. Here are some simple tips to help you maximize your time, energy and network like a pro!
Have you ever wondered what sets entrepreneurs apart from most people? Some of the intangible characteristics of self-employed individuals are not always easy to spot. With unlimited access to picking the brightest brains in the business, it recently dawned on me …
New business owners are often strapped with limited budgets and a heightened need to get creative. Even well established businesses need to make smart purchasing decisions in our current economic climate. Today, I invite you to recognize the power of your capital – and it has nothing to do with cash.
Being self-employed is fabulous – and fabulously overwhelming! When my business started gaining momentum, I quickly realized there was far too much for me to do on my own. Sleeping suddenly became a thing of the past and I struggled to keep up with the day to day operations while pushing growth forward. With a minimal start-up budget, I needed to think quickly; calling on my nearly 10 years of HR experience, I decided to launch a search for help … and took a chance on the ubiquitous intern, they’re everywhere – literally.
Products, marketing and clients are all business buzz words we know well. You have a great product? Check. You’ve implemented a catchy marketing plan? Good. Now you’re ready to line-up clients? Great! Time to go full steam ahead, right? Not yet!