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How indulging bad customers can do more damage to your business than having no customers at all and how to spot and avoid those troublesome clients before they contaminate your business. Read More
With small- and medium-sized businesses there are five top things that stall your company’s progress:
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The classic economic theory describes consumers as rational economic actors that select an alternative only after considering all the relevant information. However, while the logical process is certainly a key factor in considered purchases such as insurance or financial products, it is actually de Read More
The relationships between co-founders are all-important -- it's no accident that most startups crumble not because of outside competition, but because of disagreements between founding members. More than any other factor, the team you build from the get-go has the power to make or break your enterp Read More
Neuromarketing takes advantage of that vast blind-spot beyond our conscious awareness; leveraging psychological phenomenons in subtle ways to lead us into certain decisions.

Here are 10 subtle neuromarketing strategies to start leveraging: Read More
Taxes are pretty much the bane of everyone’s existence, no matter what they do for a living, and they’re even more complicated and more of a headache for entrepreneurs. With so many moving parts in the business and the way you report the income it generates, it can be quite a bit more complicated t Read More
We carefully constructed a comprehensive plan of our strategy for capitalizing on this opportunity.With dollar signs and dreams of autonomy dancing through our heads, we ceremoniously offered our resignations the same day.Yet we quickly learned how much we hadn’t accounted for. We want to help tho Read More
I started my first business at 19 years old and thought I knew it all. The business quickly grew to $500,000 in gross revenue with five employees in three states. Business was good, but because I didn’t learn how to manage my business, things quickly got out of control.

Six years into the busine Read More
How much should I ask for? Especially in the early days of your business, that’s the most stressful question. Demand too much and you might drive potential customers away. Ask too little and you’ll dig yourself into a hole with razor-thin margins. Here are five questions to ask to get a better sens Read More
New entrepreneurs often see their new business as their baby and they want to be the one that cares for that business baby and helps it grow. They have trouble giving up control of anything, taking others’ opinions to heart, or asking for help when needed. However, just as “it takes a village to ra Read More

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