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How To Make Sure Your Customers Still Trust Your Small Business


The stock market is still on a wild roller coaster ride. Trust in business is at an all time low.

Is Your Small Business Name Important?


You bet a name is important. Many small business owners try to come up with a clever name for their business rather than one that explains what they do.

Procrastinate Your Way To A Successful Small Business


What will your business look like a year from today?If you're like most small business owners, you have many things to do and not enough time to do them. Can't you just ignore them and procrastinate your way to success?Not likely.

7 Reasons To Take Control Of Your Small Business' Checking Needs


Business checks are available in many styles and varieties. They offer many benefits to your small business, some you may not have thought of.

10 Hiring Tips for Small Business Owners


As a successful small business owner,you're accustomed to long hours; non-existent holidays and weekends spent working.When was the last time you went to your dentist? When was the last time you had an uninterrupted night out with your partner?Whether your goal for 2005 is to find more time for family or personal enrichment --like attending classes and conferences -- you'll want to consider bringing on some help.

Three Ways to Add Leverage to Your Small Business


Remember those drawings from science class of how a lever works?The lever was a long bar that rested atop a triangularly shaped fulcrum. One end of the lever was underneath the object to be raised.

Small Business Secrets: Self-Confidence Can Be Arranged


At first blush this idea might be difficult to wrap your brain around. That's because you've been taught that self-confidence is achieved through mastery of knowledge or skills.

Three Small Business Secrets to Getting More Billable Time


As small business owners we're in business to make money doing what we love. And that means we need enough billable hours to cover our expenses, our payroll, upgrades in skills and technology, and profit.

Small Business Success Secret: Focus on Your Genius Work?


Do you know what your genius work is? It's the highest and best use of your time. It's the best leverage your business has in the marketplace.

Discover How You Can Start Making Your Small Business Dream Come True


As a teenager I worked for my father's small business. At 18 I worked for a small video rental business owned by two partners; there were 4 employees.

Why Small Businesses Fail (or Fail to Thrive)


Tammy, a skilled and gifted horticulturist, called me to discuss what she needed to know to start her own florist and landscaping business. She had been in the horticulture industry for 10 years and was incredibly skilled at working with flowers and plants - one of the best.

Is a Small Business Web Site a Wise Investment?


One of the greatest pitfalls in e-commerce is Field of Dreams thinking, the notion that all one has to do is "build it (a web site) and they will come.""I can't think of anything further from the truth," Ron Scott, a Riverside, California web designer, says.

7 Essentinal Resources for Small Business


So you want to start a business but you don't have a lot of money? Start your business online, and it won't be a problem.There are some pretty terrific resources you can use.

Conquering Confidence Killers for Small Business Success


"The way to develop self-confidence is to do the thing you fear". -- William Jennings BryanWhether you're generally a self-confident person, or someone continually plagued by self- doubt, you'll recognize some of these confidence killers if you:? Are overly dependent on the thoughts or opinions of others;? Avoid meeting new people because you're afraid you won't fit in, be liked, or be accepted;? Focus on unrealistic expectations ("I must do each job perfectly"; "If one person is unhappy then I have failed");? Have an 'all-or-nothing' attitude;? Pay heed to the internal and external naysayer;? Use the word SHOULD most often in relationship to your business;? Assume that if you don't get the client, they didn't like you;? Assume that you must be as talkative, outgoing, friendly, smart, old, young, educated, attractive, as someone else in order to succeed;? Avoid implementing new ideas because they may not work;? Can recount all your shortcomings each day.

How Most Business Owners Sabotage Their Success


Owning a business is a challenging endeavor. If you're like many novice small business owners, you've taken numerous risks with your time and your money, only to see all of your efforts producing little or no result.

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