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We’ve got three months left in 2017. Sometimes we get so caught up in planning for the future that we miss the opportunities of today.  Before you dive into planning for the next year, make sure that you’re maximizing everything you can from this year. Three months is still plenty of time to make things […]

marketing your business globally

At just about every business event I’ve been to this year, one theme keeps coming up. That theme is the notion that as a business owner, you probably aren’t marketing your business enough. I’ve also seen several colleagues posting about this. I was recently perusing my Facebook feed when one of my friends (and amazing […]

2017 Budget

I’m a firm believer that the cornerstone of a successful business is understanding finances. Or, at the very least, partnering with someone who does. That being said, there are several financial lessons business owners (including myself) learn the hard way. In an effort to help you avoid struggling to learn these financial lessons, I’ve decided […]

remote work

There will come a time in our lives when we are forced to take time off from our businesses. For me, this recently looked like a hurricane. For you, it can be another type of emergency that forces you to stop working. I recently lost about a week of work due to circumstances outside of […]

After a long week of dealing with Hurricane Irma, I’m back to work. While it was really difficult to get back to work right away due to widespread power outages, the reality is Hurricane Irma is helping me with business growth. I’m sure you’re wondering how this is possible. You’ve probably seen on the news […]

money habits

I identify as a money nerd, but that’s not the reason I have three budgets. I’m a small business owner, a freelancer, and a money nerd, so my finances dictate that I have three separate budgets. As a business owner, I separate my personal and business finances for legal and tax reasons. Having separate bank […]

Freelancer

There is a debate in the marketing world about whether or not email marketing is on it’s way out. With the rise of social media, chat bots and and text marketing, some make the argument that email is obsolete. In my group coaching program, one student asked if email marketing is still effective. She has […]

learn from business books

In business, we sometimes have this chicken or egg situation where it takes money to make money. More specifically, every small business needs to make investments in order to keep growing. This requires putting money down in hopes of a return. While there are several ways to get funding, many small business owners are bootstrapping. […]

One of your duties as a small business owner is to make sure you’re getting paid. While it’s not the most glamorous task, it is one of the most important. That’s why it’s imperative that business owners become accustomed to keeping an eye on your accounts receivables. The problem with staying on top of accounts […]

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