Find Answers to The Growth Dilemma

What would you be willing to risk to grow your business? What kind of risks should you take? When is it appropriate to take some chips off the table and diversify our investments? These kinds of questions we often forget to ask ourselves when we’re caught up in the day to day of our fast-paced […]

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Why We Fear Failure

Fear. A four-letter word that we all struggle with. Fear—especially the fear of failure—impacts the decisions you make and the actions you take. When left unchecked, it can become an obstacle that stands between you and your goals. Fear of failure is a real thing. It’s an emotional, mental, and behavioral reaction to the anticipated […]

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The Problem with Nickel-and-Diming

You may feel the temptation to charge a little extra to your customers for little things that will help your bottom line in the short term. But don’t make the mistake of forgetting about the long-term value of a customer. Nickel-and-diming your customer violates their trust, especially when you change the rules in the middle […]

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Can Automated Scheduling Help Your Calendar?

Scheduling appointments and managing the calendar is an important task for a business, but can be a tedious and time-consuming one, too. Automated scheduling solutions can help businesses that struggle with this problem run more efficiently. As a general rule, automated scheduling software is usually cloud-based, allowing your clients to schedule their own appointments on […]

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Friday 5 for March 2nd, 2018

3 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Social Media By Edwin Bevens Get the most out of your social strategy! Work smarter and use these channels to your benefit. Determine whether your best option is to enlist the help of a pro… 5 minute read The One Trait That Separates Successful from Average […]

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3 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Social Media

It’s the end of the day—have you posted your latest photo to Instagram? Shared that latest Facebook post? Responded to everybody on Twitter? Posted in your LinkedIn groups? Uploaded your new video to YouTube? Frankly, that sounds exhausting. Don’t get me wrong—social media is incredibly valuable, and if you do it right you can reach […]

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The One Trait That Separates Successful from Average

As a successful restaurant owner neared retirement, he had a decision to make. He could find a buyer for his restaurant, give it to one or both of his sons, or close it down altogether. After carefully studying his options, he made the decision to pass his restaurant to his youngest son. When he pulled […]

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Do You Need an Employee Monitoring Policy?

Technological innovations make it possible for business owners to keep closer tabs than ever on what their employees are doing: location can be found by cell phone GPS data, internet usage can be tracked, emails can be stored, etc. So, it’s certainly something you can do. But should you? There are pros and cons: for […]

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