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5 Ways Businesses Can Align Themselves With Good Causes

Have you ever gone to buy a product that you were happy to pay for, at a price you thought was fair, from a company that you respect, and then learned that a portion of your purchase price was going towards a cause you care about? The last time...

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...

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...

The Dirty Little Secrets of Client Contracts

As business owners, we all know that we need client contracts. But sometimes, we don’t always know why or what needs to be in them. As a result, we either avoid working with a lawyer, or we just find a generic contract online, modify, and end up...

My Toughest Business Decision Yet

As I sat there and listened to my mentor, I felt like she was asking me to cut off one of my own arms. She suggested that my business had grown to a point where I could no longer afford to offer two things I was passionate about. If I wanted to...

Why New Businesses Fail (and How to Beat the Odds)

Have you ever met a new entrepreneur? Passion and determination just oozes out of them, along with a “no one can stop me” attitude.  I love their energy and excitement, but I enjoy their giddiness with a grain of salt. I’ve worked with new...

A Legal Guide for Entrepreneurs

As an entrepreneur you know you need something to protect yourself and your company, but what exactly is that something?  When I started my legal consulting business, the most common comment I received from clients was “I have no idea what I...

How I Went From Unemployed to Running a 6-Figure Business

In early 2009, I had just begun a new job at a digital agency. Just seven short weeks after starting, I was called in to a conference room and laid off. As I sat listening to the CEO explain the situation, I looked around the room and noticed...

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