Business Owner’s Champion: 6 Practices to Build Your Nerve — and Your Business

Although you started your own business expecting both freedom and challenges, you’ve begun to realize that you’re working much more and

How do you prefer to be contacted?

A few days ago, I volunteered my time to provide some market research for another B2B service company. One of the questions the researcher

Are you playing from behind or protecting a lead?

There is just under one third of the year left, and like a coach standing on the sidelines with 5 minutes left in the 3rd quarter, there is

Leading employees in uncertain times

The business climate is starting to improve, and there are some who are seeing indicators of a strong 2012. But our team may still be lost

Who are your Business Heroes?

Early on in my career I was fortunate enough to work for a CEO who had a very close advisor named Marylin Dyer Blair. You’ve probably never

How I fell in love with Evernote

I'm a sucker for productivity software, so when I started using Evernote I was cautious about getting too hyped up about it. Now 6 months

Combat Employee Theft with Internal Controls

We all know the stories of doing business with a handshake. Now, imagine while you’re shaking hands, the person’s other hand is pillaging

Creating An Action-Oriented Budget

When I was a corporate drone, I hated budgeting. It seemed like a charade, a game where we all had to guess what answers the big boss