Folks often tell me they find business planning to be restrictive.
Instead of creating a plan, they try to grow their business by choosing a niche.
Today is National Do Something Good For Your Neighbor Day, and to celebrate, I wanted to highlight some business owners doing great things, however small, for their community. If you’re in the mood for a few heartwarming stories (and who isn’t these days?), take a look at these entrepreneurs:
t’s time to think of self-care as a vital business practice.
Let’s look at three ways that self-care applies inside and outside our office space:
You know those days when you sink back in your office chair and think, “This is all too much! There’s no way life is supposed to be so stressful, infuriating, exhausting, or [insert adjective of your choice here].”
The exciting thing about running a small business is that you have a unique ability to be nimble and seize new opportunities.
But it’s tricky to do that if you’re unsure about the overall plan.
This blog is a brief outline on turning an idea or hobby into a start-up.
Did you know that only about 40% of businesses are profitable? Another 30% break-even, but the last 30% consistently LOSE money until they go out of business.
Business doesn’t have to be complicated. There are many proven models and frameworks that can streamline your success.