Starting a business is tough and challenging on all fronts. Here's some wisdom that may ease your load as you navigate new terrain.
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Your habits empower you to achieve your goals just as easily as they can derail you.
Paying attention to both the investment and operational sides of the business will make it a success.
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Start viewing your vendors as partners and you can both benefit.
Eric Siu's tips on developing your own agency.
There are two fundamentally different kinds of entrepreneurs. It doesn't matter which you are, so long as you know which you are.
From cursing to fidgeting to eating chocolate, these so-called 'bad habits' can actually benefit you.
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There are a number of options for marketing your app for free, as well as advertising on a small budget.
More than 78 percent of people feel AI will improve their productivity by more than an hour a week.
You have to talk to the people who can write the check. Never assume they will read the proposal and get back to you.
When Tripping.com's customer base wasn't interested in buying what it planned to sell, the company had to find a new model -- and let go of the past.
You can thrive with a little help from your friends.
These three things can serve as building blocks for your business.
Milkadamia started as an experiment in coffee shops. It's now carried by 5,000 stores in the U.S.
Selling is impossible if you don't understand the value you bring to the table.
If you want people to do something for you in return, you have to make them "pay" for the favor.
Often, the excitement associated with receiving the offer of a new job and accepting it, plus the flattery expressed by a job offer, may lead to a too-quick decision.
Make sure you're getting paid what you're worth.
Are you in a position to take on more clients? If so, then you'll want to read what a marketing and client acquisition coach has to say about increasing your sales results.
Hard choices and hard work await you, if you want to change your company's trajectory toward success.
Have you considered having your office receptionist do double duty as your company barista?