Friday 5 for March 15th, 2019


Beyond Women’s History Month: Keeping the Conversation Going for Women Entrepreneurs

By Deborah Sweeney

March is Women’s History Month, a celebration of great women who made courageous strides forward and paved the way for the next generation. I can’t wait to read more about inspiring female entrepreneurs… Read article

Are You Taking Advantage of the Gig Economy?


A recent study found that 57 million Americans are part of the gig economy, taking on work arrangements like freelancing, contract work, and other agile options. And that trend includes all levels… Read article

Encourage Dissent!

By Fran Tarkenton

Diverse thinking is one of the things I value the most. I want to hear all kinds of different ideas from all different sources. I don’t want other people to just echo back what I said, I want people to challenge me… Read article

The Two Sides of Customer Service Training

By Shep Hyken

Understanding what it means to deliver great customer service and being the type of person who can deliver it are two very different things. Anyone can read about strategies or participate in customer service training… Read article

Surviving an IRS Schedule C Audit

By Bill Wortman

The IRS should have provided you with an Information Document Request that will tell you specifically what they want to review in this first meeting. Review this document request with your accountant… Read article

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