Top small business articles | November 2014

We know well how tough it can be at the top. Running a business can run ourselves down. And we need confidence to give us the energy and perseverance to keep going when things get tough.

So we made November a month about building your confidence so you can lead your team, yourself, and your company well. We also talked about how to create an unstoppable business by focusing on YOU first.

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Next month we’re going to be talking about how it’s hard to go it alone, and how much we need people around us and our business to help us out when we need it. I’m really excited to share what we have lined up in December!

In the meantime, check out the top small business articles in November that you can’t afford to miss!

how to boost your confidence1. How to boost your confidence when you feel out of your league

Most of us started our business because we were pretty good at doing something (professional services, etc). We can be easily discouraged when we don’t know how to do everything. Here’s how to keep your confidence high despite your insecurities. Read on »

price increase letter2. Proof that raising your prices isn’t so bad (or hard to do)

Have you been thinking about raising your prices in 2015? We know it can be super nerve racking. Kaleigh show you how to notify your clients that you’re raising your prices. Read on »

business is getting you down3. What to do when your business is getting you down

Speaking from experience, small business owner Daniel Mason tell us about what to do when you traverse some pretty low valleys with your business. Read on »

holiday gift guide4. The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide for Business Owners

Yes, Christmas is almost here. And if you (like most people) are still struggling to come up with gift ideas for your employees, clients, (or spouse), here’s a few good ones that will help you out! Read on »

coaching Millennial employees5. Five Tips for Coaching Millennial Employees

Did you know that 64% of Millennials would rather earn $40,000 a year at a job they love than $100,000 a year at a job they find unfulfilling? Find out what else you don’t know about coaching Millennials. Read on »









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Devan Perine

Devan Perine works with small business owners on their marketing and multimedia efforts. She's passionate about helping businesses build their presence online, and giving Gen Y a voice in the workplace. When she's not working, she loves to make a mess in the kitchen, and play with her band around Chicago. She loves to chat! Give her a shout on Google+, Twitter or LinkedIn.

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