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Time Management – A Small Business Owner’s Best Friend

‘Time is what we want most, but what we use worst.” William Penn “So much to do, not enough time in the day to do it!” These are words many small business owners float around in their head, whether they

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5 Tips to Take Your Small Business to the Next Level in 2014

“The best way to predict the future is to create it.” – Peter Drucker As 2013 comes to a close, it’s not too late to review how your business has done over the past year as well as take a

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5 Potential Small Business Tax Opportunities For Year End

With the holiday season starting just a week away and 2014 beginning just six weeks later small business owners need to remember it Is also the end of another tax year. Although there is just a limited time left in

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Preparing Your Business for the Holidays and the New Year

As a business owner you probably have been so caught up in your business tasks that you haven’t even given a thought to the upcoming holiday season, let alone the New Year. I have a news flash for you. The

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Using Your Intuition For Business

“Problems cannot be solved with the same mindset that created them.”  – Albert Einstein  When it comes to making business decisions how often do you follow your gut feeling? This is not meant to be a trick question. In truth there

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Internet Usage Policy – 3 Reasons Why Your Business Needs One

The use of computers in a small business has changed the way small business owners handle everyday tasks. The ease of gathering and sending information has become a huge time saver. Chances are you are reading this blog post from

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Prepare Your Business For Disaster – 6 Tips

The last week of August is an ominous one in the annals of hurricane history. Hurricane Andrew hit the Homestead area of Florida on August 24, 1992 while Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans and the Mississippi coast on August 29,

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Stop Using Social Media Without a Social Media Policy

Social media is no longer the newbie on the block when it comes to marketing tools for businesses of all sizes and industries. However, even though some say as many more than 81% of small businesses are now using social

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Stop Being Complacent with Your Business’s Preparedness Plan

Recently I had the opportunity to attend a presentation to help businesses in the hospitality field create a business continuity plan. There was no cost to the attendees and a template, as well as additional supplemental information, was being provided

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4 Tips to Be Productive After a Long Holiday Weekend

July 4th has come and gone and hopefully if you are an entrepreneur you had the opportunity to celebrate it with a nice relaxing four day weekend. For some of you it may have been a hard thing to do, leaving

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