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Making Little Changes in Your Business Can Make Big Results
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About the event

Making a necessary, positive change in your business can often seem daunting and difficult, but what if it didn’t have to be?

In this informative webinar, USA TODAY columnist, author of The Small Business Bible and Small Business Connection editor-in-chief, Steve Strauss will walk you through how a simple little change in the right spot is the real secret to creating big results.

In this lively webinar, you will learn

  • The danger of doing nothing
  • The two ways change occurs (one is way better and easier than the other)
  • How to identify the crux of the issue
  • How big companies like Amazon and Starbucks have applied this principle
  • And how you can too!

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About the presenters
Steve Strauss
Steve Strauss
Often called “America’s leading small business expert,” Steve Strauss is a bestselling author and USA TODAY’s senior small business columnist. An attorney, entrepreneur, speaker, and brand ambassador, Steve's latest book is Your Small Business Boom!
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