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The Positive Power of a Good ‘No’

The word ‘No’ gets a bad rap. Sure it has a negative connotation, arguably it’s the essence of negative, but there is a lot of power in a good ‘No’! The problem is that we’re innately wired to view ‘No’ as a problem – which means we don’t like saying it and we don’t like […]

Starting Your First Digital Marketing Campaign as a Small Business

This is a guest post from Jori Hamilton (see her info at the end of the article) – Thanks Jori. As a small startup business, marketing is likely the last thing on your mind. Understandably, there is much to deal with as a new business, and your biggest concern might be simply staying afloat and […]

3 Ways to Level Up Your Small Business

Small business is booming in the US. With many people giving up their big-business jobs in favor of venturing out on their own, and established small businesses making up a whopping 32.5 million, it’s obvious the age of the entrepreneur is here. Here are some ideas to help level up your small business no matter […]

How to Upsell and make Customers even Happier…

Do you know what could really make a difference in a small business’s revenue? Upselling. Upselling is when businesses try to convince their customers to buy an upgraded version of a product or service. For example, let’s say you go into a restaurant and ask for water. When the waiter lets you know it’s happy […]

Are you looking to Finish Big (exiting your business)?

Starting a business is exciting – it’s a time to dream and it feels like anything is possible. Growing a business is hard work. Sometimes it’s frustrating and there’s not much movement… and sometimes you unlock one of the keys to growth, find some leverage and things take off! Exhilarating, exhausting and sometimes more than […]

How To Start a Home Business as a Solopreneur

This is a guest post from Jori Hamilton (see more about her at the end of the article). Thanks Jori… Starting a business on your own can feel daunting. When you’re a solopreneur, you end up wearing many hats. You’re the CEO, the marketing director, the accountant, the HR manager, and the employee all rolled […]