GaryShouldis submitted the following stories to BizSugar

With the impending ObamaCare rule that employers with 50 or more full time employees must offer employee health care as a part of their employee benefit package, employers are considering their options.

According to Federal guidelines, 27 hours per week is considered a full time employee. States Read More
The GROW Model

Heard of it?

If you haven’t here’s an added bonus for you because I’m going to tell you a little about it now.

It’s the most fundamental part of most coaching.

In fact, if you’re a coach and you haven’t heard of GROW then you need to grow up (ha ha) or get out of coaching Read More
How consistent is your business?

Do you, as the business owner, deliver a different experience for your customers than your employees? Why is that? It can be a number of things such as experience, attitude, training, etc. One of the things that customers like from a business is consistency. Read More
You can save time and test whether your content will be shared on Pinterest by creating specific graphics for your blog posts. This simple method allows you to know if your blog and images resonate with users.
The most basic form is a title and a graphic. In this post, I´ll walk you through my thr Read More
Franchises, you either love them or hate them.

Some, like Michael Gerber (The E-Myth), love the systems oriented philosophy of them, the ability to build a well oiled machine that can be replicated over and over again. Others, like Seth Godin, see them as a path to eternal mediocrity, never to Read More
I don’t watch much TV, but I love The Walking Dead.

Most boys love to shoot things. From rubber bands, to water hoses, to our own urine streams, we can’t get enough of the satisfaction of being able to aim at a target and hit it. That’s why any show where people get to shoot slow moving zombie Read More
Networking can be great or it can totally suck.

I think everyone’s viewed it through both lenses before. Almost all of us business owners have attended formal networking events where the only thing you were thinking was, “what the hell am I doing here”. The other times, we’ve left events where Read More
Everyone knows that it’s cheaper to keep an existing customer than it is to acquire a new customer. But did you know that a new customer who just moved into the neighborhood will spend alot more money during that first year in town than an existing resident? And did you know that there is a short Read More
As a business owner, how much market research did you conduct before starting your business? What about when launching a new product or service? Read More
Every great business should be governed by a set of rules and laws that they follow.

As the owner of your business, you largely create these sets of laws and principles. These may take the form of your customer service promise, your employee code of conduct, and how you as a business owner oper Read More

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