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Business Planning for Beginners

There’s a reason most businesses go belly-up within the first five years: starting a business is hard. In fact, if the foundation isn’t solid, everything that you do can be negatively impacted. That’s why it’s so important to begin with a business plan. But what does a modern business plan r…

Investing In Business

You will commonly hear this refrain from successful business owners: nobody ever got rich working for somebody else. Working for somebody else means that you’re always capped by what they are willing to pay you. Work for yourself, and the limit is only what you’re willing to work for. Businesses…

Money Mastery: The Key To Successful Business

What is one of the most critical aspects of getting to the finish line and really knowing you have arrived? Money Mastery.   Think about this: If business is a game, what’s the scoreboard? Yes, your financial statements. The question is if you can’t read the scoreboard, how do you know the scor…

Using Checklists for Selling

If you want to increase your average dollar sale, it’s a really good idea to create a checklist or a questionnaire. Similar to add on selling, you simply run through a checklist with your client whenever they purchase a particular type of product. This list should, of course, be prepared in advanc…

Pronouncing Names Correctly Builds Rapport and Opens Doors

Has anyone ever pronounced your name incorrectly? Did it make you feel like doing business with that person, or did it make you think that if they cannot even pronounce your name correctly, they are probably not reliable in their field? Likely, it’s the latter. Whether you seek to build rapport wi…

Creating Raving Fans

If you have read about the Customer Ladder of Loyalty, you know the ladder starts with Suspects and peaks at Raving Fans – one of your business’ most valuable assets. Imagine what your business would be like if you had 500 Raving Fans on the street? Better than salespeople in one respect, they h…

Are You A Creative or Reactive Leader?

Good leaders are creative rather than reactive.  In other words, they anticipate future demands and trends and make new products or tailor the ones they already have to suit that future. It’s more important than ever to be able to understand how those changes will affect your business and establi…

How To Woo Existing Customers

Retaining existing customers is far easier, and much less costly, than looking for new customers. But so many businesses believe the exact opposite. Too many businesses spend precious resources focusing on finding new customers as the driver of their business growth. Consequently, the business can b…

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Blogging Like A Pro

Blogging may well be the last thing on the list for a busy entrepreneur, which really isn’t that surprising. Blogging is not a medium in which you can often see an immediate return. But the truth is that blogging does, in fact, make a substantial difference in your business. It can expand the reac…

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Stress Busters for Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship is stressful. If you’re going to survive with your sanity and or family intact, you are going to need to learn a few coping strategies, the most paramount of which may be mindfulness. The following are seven ways you can keep stress at a minimum and prime yourself for success. 1. …