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Are You Calculating the "Soft Costs" of Your Business?

Why did you start your business? If you’re like some business owners or freelancers, you started working for yourself to spend more time with family, have a more flexible schedule and work more in accordance with your own strengths.  Yet, what I...

Build Your Own Business (Without Quitting Your Job)

Almost 18 million Americans identify themselves as independent workers, earning regular income without working as a regular employee, according to a study by MBO Partners. Countless others own small businesses. In fact, some experts say that...

What Coffee Can Teach You About Pricing

How much did you pay for your cup of coffee this morning?  Was it the 50 cents (or less) per cup you invested for some beans and a filter at home? Maybe it was 99 cents you shelled out at the fast food drive-thru. Or $2 at the deli? Or maybe you...

Kickball, Yoga and You: Investing in Employee Wellness

For small-business owners inundated with the tasks of expanding, employee wellness is often far down the list of things to consider. But whether you have five employees or 5,000, paying attention to workers’ general health and helping people...

Mothers of Invention: Meet 5 Inspiring Mompreneurs

There aren’t specific statistics on the number of mom-owned businesses, but there’s no question the number of female-owned businesses is soaring. Women are now launching more than 1,200 new businesses per day, double the rate from only three...

What To Do When Your Revenue Flatlines

Tell me if this sounds familiar: Meg just started a new business. Her skills are exceptional, the work turns her on, and she really understands the customers she’s working with. She’s poised for success and excited about sharing what she does with...

3 Ways To Prevent Embezzlement In Your Business

I hate this scenario. And I find myself here at least several times a year. It’s a new client, sometimes in tears, sometimes with steam coming out of her ears, recounting a story about how her trusted bookkeeper stole thousands of dollars. It’s a...

The Only Way to Have True Job Security

Laurie Lewis ran Patagonia’s SoHo shop, the brand’s highest grossing store, for six years. She then built the retail operations for Organic Avenue, described as “the only organic plant-based grab-and-go brand in the U.S,” to 12 retail stores. But...

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