Self-Directed Project Management in Ten Minutes a Day

Posted by on November 11, 2010 in: Project Management, Tips in 10

In the past, I’ve shown you a project management system I use based on an Excel spreadsheet. It is a really valuable system to help me stay on top of what is going on in all of the different projects I have running. I’m glad to hear that some of you have been using it […]

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Running a Fan-Attracting Facebook Page in 10 Minutes a Day

There was a time when Facebook was the social network of individuals, LinkedIn was the social network of professionals, and businesses were stuck in the middle with minor representation on both. But Facebook is changing how business is done and running a Facebook Page for your business is becoming increasingly important. It’s another way for […]

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Get Way More Done in Just 10 Minutes a Day

Nearly all of the Tips In Ten articles  have some kind of focus to them – information sites, Twitter, customer service, etc. But every once in a while I come across a great tip that takes ten minutes or less but it’s just a “quick hit” and it doesn’t have enough to merit an entire […]

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Building and Maintaining a Compelling Website in Just 10 Minutes a Day

I’ve found that websites can be a huge black hole of time, where a full day of work can get sucked into oblivion simply because you’re trying to build or maintain your company’s website. You might have some of your web presence covered but you might not have all of it covered and this Tips […]

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Blogging in 10 Minutes a Day

A website is an important business tool – it’s a way to present and sell your products or services and to connect with your prospects and customers. In the earlier days of the web, business websites were relatively static: Organizations would put up a site and people would come and look at the site if […]

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Ten Tips to Add Value to Your Customers

Customers buy when they perceive that there is value in the relationship. If they don’t see the value, they will spend their money somewhere else. Your job as a small business owner is to “wow” your customers with value so they won’t even think of spending their money elsewhere. So, how do you do that? […]

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How Entrepreneurs Can Get the Benefits of a Team (Without Selling Part of Their Business)

I have the very good fortune of meeting a lot of entrepreneurs and working with them to make their businesses more successful. One thing I’ve learned over the years is that entrepreneurs who work with others are more frequently successful than those that work alone. I’m not saying that solopreneurs will be less successful than […]

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