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A Revenue Driven Hiring Process

Some business owners do not fully consider their hiring needs in advance – the why, what and how. To ensure you hire the right people for your time, you need to be very clear about what position you need to fill, the role he or she will fill, and how this will help you meet…

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Corporate Contract? 3 Steps To Minimize Stress

Contract work can be stressful. While you may be the business owner and thus, your own boss, you’re still dealing with a client who may seem to hold many of the cards. As time passes, it’s easy for the stress to mount to the point where you begin to look for a way out. Before…

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Marketing Strategy and Planning: The Road Map

  Here is an article that discusses marketing and how to leverage it as an INVESTMENT to build your business. Many owners look at marketing as an expense. However, that’s a myopic view. Marketing efforts need to be tracked and assessed for ROI (return on investment) to ensure it delivers the impact you want. To…

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15 Ways to Manage Your Time Wisely

Infographic by Jack Milgram Custom-Writing.Org

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Online Degrees for Small Business Owners

As a small business owner, you wear many different hats. Depending on the size of your business, you might be juggling marketing, website building, branding, and running the business. There are many online degrees available for business owners. To survive in today’s business world, owners need to stand out and separate themselves from competitors. Being…

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4 Factors that Impact Small Business Pricing Determination

PRICE DETERMINATION There are many factors affecting “market” price from a mathematical perspective; however, the following four relationships should be used or considered in pricing a service: 1.)  Selling Price =             SERVICE COST                                  100% – (Overhead % + Profit %)   2.) Service Cost = True or actual costs incurred for the service,…

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Empower Employees To Be Experts

This article, Empower Employees To Be Experts by Bryan Holt, is about another benefit of employee empowerment – the cultivation of internal experts. Enjoy. – TCW Many employees in the workplace are skilled, competent, and high-performing. They take pride in their jobs, and have unmatched knowledge at their craft. It seems though that when approached,…

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3 Management Team Strategies To Help Your Office Relocation Run Smoothly

Office relocation is always a thrilling adventure (hah!). However, you must be cautious to avoid business disruptions that may lead to inconveniences and business losses. Here are a few tips you can follow to ensure any relocation runs efficiently. Plan Ahead Ample planning is imperative for the success of any major project. Before the relocation,…

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Small Business Pricing, Mark-Ups and Margins

Pricing is often a difficult task for small businesses. However, it is crucial that the business owner and all managers and employees understand the basic relationship between sales, pricing and profits.  Small companies simply do not have the expertise or the resources to determine supply and demand economically; therefore, small businesses must manage supply and…

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Which Meyers-Briggs Personality Types Are Perfect for Management Positions

Management positions are critical to the success of each business. Thus, it’s important that you exercise care and consideration when interviewing candidates. A person’s MBTI score can be a great indicator of what sort of work they’re well-disposed to complete. However, this score can do more than tell you the best field; it can inform…

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