5 Quick Steps to Get Results for Your Small Business

As small business owners, we don’t have the resources in time or money to waste. You didn't start your business wanting it to fall apart. To help you, here are 5 ways we've gotten results for our own small...

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The New SBA Bill: What You Need to Know

The SBA reauthorization bill is making its way through Congress. This legislation may be a boom for entrepreneurs in the technology, biotechnology, medical, and any other research-intensive industries. So learn what you can do to prepare. And tell us...

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How to Avoid a Common Small Business Mistake

After years of helping clients, we've found that the most common small business mistake is poor cash flow management. Cash flow is one of the key financial documents you should monitor and keep up to date. Your accountant can...

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We Use Gig Workers. Why You Could Too

As opposed to long-term and retained talent, gig workers provider short-term support when you need it. These workers are key to enabling us to effectively delegate. Consequently, we can focus most on building our business. If you are not...

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3 out of 4 Small Businesses Were Successes Last Year

According to SmallBizTrends, 3 out 4 of small business reported that they were successful last year. Were you one of them? If so, you have some planning to do. If not, you may have some fixing to do.  The...

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The Secret to Attract & Retain Small Business Talent is Revealed

In our post, “3 Ways to Get the Best Talent More Often”, we cover how to recruit talent. In this post, we reveal the secret of how to attract and retain talent in your small business. While small businesses...

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To Grow Faster Than Your Competition? Focus on Your Current Customers

Did you know that “only 6% of are focused on retaining customers.”?  That’s the finding from a survey conducted by The Manafest. 94% of your competition is focusing more on new clients, instead of nurturing...

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A Simple Way to Classify Workers in Small Business

There’s a battle waging regarding how to classify workers in small business.  The Gig economy has significantly blurred the lines between the definitions of employees versus independent contractors.  This blurring has started a war between business owners and the...

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The Hidden Risk in Playing it too Safe with Hiring

Are you playing it too safe with hiring?  How do you know?  After the last recession, small business owners have been reluctant to hire according a U.S. Chamber of Commerce study. A U.S. Chamber of Commerce-MetLife survey released last week...

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3 Signs that You Are Ready to Grow Your Small Business

In the article “Five Signs You're Ready To Grow Your Small Business” by Matthew Podolsky published on Forbes.com, Mr. Podolosky highlights five signs that you are ready to grow your small business. With all respect to Mr. Podolsky, we would...

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