As a small business owner, you are a natural optimist and risk-taker. But, have you crossed the line that separates optimism from delusion?
Being hopeful is easy—in the short-term. Wishing for less demanding customers, more motivated employees, and more cash in the bank requires far less intellectual work and emotional effort than making an honest assessment of your business.
Growth, larger, bigger, and business often means money, and many times lots of it, doesn’t it? Not necessarily, writes Steve Strauss. Several key decisions including joint ventures, big clientele, and shoestring marketing don’t necessarily cost much, but may provide big returns. Of course, extra time, effort, and a little risk is required, but running a business – regardless of size – requires time, effort and risk…
If your website still looks like an online brochure, then you are missing out on the most effective lead generation tool that you have. These seven website design tips will make it easy for your website visitors to become your ideal customers
March 22, 2011 – Would you toss a wad of cash into the wind and watch it fly away? Probably not. So why would you incur tax penalties that cost you money and aren’t even tax deductible? You shouldn’t. Avoid these five tax penalties and you won’t be caught watching your hard-earned money flutter away.