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Lessons on Being an Entrepreneur With a Toddler In Tow

"Mama, mama, MAMA, MAMAAAAAAA" Bam, bam, bam. That was the sound of my then 1-year-old daughter screaming at the top of her lungs while pounding on the bedroom door I was hiding in. She had her mommy radar on and had found me. It was my first few...

Creating Healthy Habits and Healthy Profits

If anyone can get a 6-year-old child excited about trading sugary cereal for a bowl of whole grains, it’s Maddy D’Amato. The co-founder of Love Grown Foods bounds into a classroom with bags of her signature granola and cartons of yogurt and...

7 'Soft' Skills You Need for Career Success

Want the secret to career success? Hint: It’s not just the mastery of a specific software program, excellent writing or organizational skills, or anything else that might show up on the list of must-haves on a typical job description. Rather, how...

An Entrepreneurial Chef Savors the Sweet Taste of Success

Ginger-Wasabi. Curry+Coconut. Sweet Paprika. These aren’t items on the dinner menu — they’re a sampling of Vosges Haut Chocolat’s decadent truffles. One could almost call a box the culinary equivalent of an around-the-world ticket, which is...

How Important Are Soft Skills If You Do Good Work?

I manage a four-person team. One of my staff members is incredibly hard to work with. She’s negative, combative, resistant to feedback and direction and doesn’t get along with the rest of the team. But her work is good, and so I don’t have...

It’s Not Just Business

Conventional wisdom tells us It’s Not Personal, It’s Just Business, but I would venture to say the opposite. All business is personal — especially small business. If you are a solopreneur or own a small business, it’s in your best interest to be...

Six Real-Life Lessons in Crisis Management

Every business goes through its ups and downs. There may be office politics, cash flow issues or staffing challenges — issues that are tough, but manageable. When a true disaster or crisis strikes, though, it can sometimes be the breaking point. ...

How a Falafel Shop Became a Franchise Phenomenon

When you think of the Dutch city of Amsterdam, you may think of a booming European city, elegant canals, Van Gogh and the Dutch masters — or perhaps the notorious red-light District. Falafels, we dare to guess, don’t spring to mind.   But thanks...

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