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Latest Post: April 18, 2019
Mitch McConnell Is Positioning Himself as the Champion of...

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The Senate Majority Leader sees hemp as a boon for Kentucky farmers and his own reelection next year.
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The Time Finder with Paula Eder - The way you use your time is the...

Latest Post: April 18, 2019
Capturing Your Creativity Doesn’t Have to Be Hard

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Yes, there’s definitely discipline involved in capturing your creativity. But much of what’s involved is attentiveness, along with the tools to then make note of what you notice. So, while finding time to snag those creative ideas when they come is a challenge, it needn’t look overwhelming to you....
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Side Hustle Nation

Empowering the 5-9 Entrepreneur

Latest Post: April 18, 2019
331: A Look Inside a 6-Figure Online Business: Traffic,...

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A few years ago, a side hustler named Brock McGoff reached out to me with a guest post pitch. The post detailed how he was making, at that time, $4,000 a month, from his blog about men’s fashion, on the side from his day job. Since then, Brock has turned TheModestMan.com into his full-time focus,...
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Event Manager Blog - The first blog for event lovers

Started in 2007, Event Manager Blog is the number one blog worldwide...

Latest Post: April 18, 2019
How to Select the Perfect Host City for Your Next Sporting...

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This is a sponsored post from Québec City Business Destination. More information about Event Manager Blog’s sponsored posts.   The perfect host city can make a critical difference in your sporting event. A city’s venues are important, but its planning services/offerings and relationship with you,...
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Blogtrepreneur | Entrepreneur Blog

Popular entrepreneur blog for young entrepreneurs and small business...

Latest Post: April 18, 2019
Mountain Ridge Associates’ Tips for Living Debt-Free

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Going into debt is very easy, but when it comes to paying it off, many tend to struggle. Almost every American adult has debt, and while loans are not always bad, one needs to be very responsible to avoid falling into a messy debt trap. You may find yourself borrowing frequently because it’s so...
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Startup Professionals Musings

Selected ideas and assistance to entrepreneurs and startup founders...

Latest Post: April 17, 2019
How To Set A Balance Of User Growth Vs Profitability

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Image via Max Pixel  A question that I still hear debated often is whether a new startup growth strategy should focus on user count or profits. First of all, the glory days of “dot.coms” are gone, when investors “didn’t care” about profitability, and all the big money was focused on user count...
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AllBusiness - Your Small Business Advantage

Latest Post: April 17, 2019
10 Creative Marketing Ideas to Build Your Business

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When small business owners are just starting out, they may be hesitant to pursue an unconventional marketing strategy. But creative promotions can work wonders, generating a positive buzz that can get your business noticed. The post 10 Creative Marketing Ideas to Build Your Business appeared first...
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Small Business Labs

Tracking and Forecasting the Trends Impacting the Future of Small...

Latest Post: April 16, 2019
The Rise of "Superjobs"

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From Jobs to Superjobs covers the results of a Deloitte study looking at how automation and A.I are changing work and jobs. The key finding is Deloitte sees automation changing jobs instead of simply replacing workers. By this they mean...
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Small Biz Survival

The Rural and Small Town Business Resource

Latest Post: April 15, 2019
The secret to effective follow up: What NOT to say

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You probably know better than to follow up with someone like this: “Just following up!” You realize that doesn’t really help either of you. But you still might be making this mistake: “Did you do that thing you said you were going to do?” That feels like it’s helping, but from the customer...
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Grace Judson

Tell the real story of the power of your work

Latest Post: April 15, 2019
What happens next?

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No task, activity, project, team, department, or even company operates independently. Everything interacts with everything around it. That’s not a metaphysical or mystical concept; it’s just reality. The more aware and intentional you are about how what you’re doing impacts what someone else is...
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Sue Painter: Small Business Coach and Consultant

If you'€™re self-employed or thinking about going into business for...

Latest Post: April 15, 2019
Checklists for Business Owners – How 3 Checklists Helped...

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  Setting Up Checklists Can Increase Your Sales This is about how checklists for business can help you run more effectively, simplify delegating to team members, and keep you as the leader of your business instead of lost in the day to day details. I know from personal experience how much it helps...
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Peter Shallard’s Blog – Business Psychology advice for entrepreneurs

Get access to free business psychology tips, tactics, strategies and...

Latest Post: April 10, 2019
How to make yourself less anxious and self-conscious in...

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Entrepreneurs always need to work on their self-consciousness.  Your decision to be an entrepreneur comes with a big problem: Building a business is a guaranteed, never-ending exercise in pushing outside your comfort zone. Eek!  When you’re doing it right, becoming an entrepreneur is the biggest...
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Steve Blank - Entrepreneurship and Conservation

Latest Post: April 10, 2019
Startup Stock Options – Why A Good Deal Has Gone Bad

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A version of this article first appeared in the Harvard Business Review VC’s have just changed the ~50-year old social contract with startup employees. In doing so they may have removed one of the key incentives that made startups different from working in a large company. For most startup...
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