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Recently I was listening to the "journeys" of several entrepreneurs in different industries - from their initial dreams to their current operations. Interestingly, each shared regrets, or actions they wish they had done differently.  Here is their retrospective wisdom -- in the
Poet T.S. Eliot wrote that “April is the cruelest month,” though when I was growing up in New York, I was convinced that moniker belonged to February. Winter has been cruel to most of us this winter, with lots of businesses forced to have snow days the way we used to have school days
Podcast: Business Planning Strategies for Entrepreneurs The SCORE Small Business Success Podcast features interviews with the best and brightest in the world of small business, covering topics such as business plans, financing, marketing, human resources, SEO, social media and more. Listen to this podcast to hear SCORE mentor Hal Shelton share his
You likely have many growth ideas and a clear long-term vision for your business. But how do you put that vision into practice on a daily basis? Without a roadmap you risk wasting time, money and never getting to your goals.   In this webinar, Jeanne Rossomme, owner of RoadMap
Small Business Owner Success Infographic Learn the tools and resources successful entrepreneurs found most helpful for their small businesses.
HOW TO: 4 Simple Ideas for a More Productive Company When I was in college, I spent one summer interning at a very successful insurance and financial planning brokerage. After getting a tour of the company, which spanned two entire floors in Midtown, I met the general agent (essentially the CEO and owner of the firm). I said to him, “Wow. You
  Are you on the road to greatness? The first step is to know you want to be a leader! Now, see what it takes to be the boss. Learn how one of Zipcar’s youngest leaders got his start in corporate America as he describes the decisions that defined his career path, gives solid advice
Summertime Fun is Good for Business Steve Strauss, founder of www.theselfemployed.com, gives tip for injecting some fun into your small business this summer.
The reason conflict is so important is that a team cannot achieve commitment without it.  People will NOT actively commit to a decision if they do not provide input, ask questions and UNDERSTAND the rationale behind it. Example: “If people do not weigh in, they can’t buy in.
What Makes a Good Leader? We all know the type: The man or woman who can inspire, motivate and get the best work out of people. The boss people want to work for and do good work for. In my previous role as a manager and my current role as a business owner, I still take pride in my ability to be an effective leader. But I

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