Incorporating Outsource Staff into the Routine of Your Office

As a business owner you are comfortable with the daily routine of your office. You know the intricacies of your workplace and are comfortable with the workflow. You can see the friendly faces of your employees in every cubicle or behind each desk. Your business has a rhythm and when you achieve that rhythm, everything […]

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One Small Step for Business

Have you ever wondered what separates a headlining “superstar” of an industry from the rest of the pack? What makes Seth Godin or Tony Robbins or Jeffrey Gitomer a thousand times more successful than the rest of us? There are plenty of potential answers (and certainly, I believe it’s a combination of factors), but there […]

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The Value of Outsourcing

Posted by on October 1, 2009 in: Delegation for Success

Many people still associate outsourcing with manufacturing or global workforces, but it is much more. Outsourcing is an efficient way to manage special projects or overflow, expand staffing resources, and grow your business without the related increase in overhead and vacation pay. Many businesses outsource critical business tasks that require specialized knowledge such as bookkeeping, […]

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Where Entrepreneurs Should Invest their Money First

Knowing when to invest into your small business, and knowing what you should invest in, is not easy. Entrepreneurs have a myriad of opportunities vying for every single investment dollar. Should you buy this tool? Should you buy that software? Should you hire staff? One investment that gets overlooked early in the business (and is […]

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How to Make Your Entrepreneurial Dream a Reality

Mary saw it coming. The economy had dramatically impacted the company she worked for and there were several of pink slips handed out on Friday afternoon – her job had been axed, along with the jobs of several of her coworkers. What now? She and her husband had talked about the possibility of a lay-off […]

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The Three Stages of Small Business

In my reading I’ve enjoyed the writing of Duct Tape Marketing creator John Jantsch. You can read his blog over at Duct Tape Marketing. In a recent blog, The Three Natural Phases of Successful Small Business Growth, Jantsch talks about the 3 phases that he sees small businesses progress through. The first phase is foundation, […]

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Tips to get more out of #businesslunchclub

If you’re a business owner who is stuck at your desk for lunch, you might be getting work done but you’re missing out on the powerful networking opportunities of a business lunch. That’s where BusinessLunchClub comes in. BusinessLunchClub is where entrepreneurs on Twitter have lunch. If you’re stuck at your desk but want to do […]

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