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  Are You Telephone Savvy? Part 1
by Carole Kanchier - Jan, 2016
Part 1 The telephone is the most common business tool and its proper use is essential for career advancement. Are you telephone savvy? When you make calls do you: 1. State your message briefly and clearly? 2. Leave your name, organization and phone number, repeating these twice, slowly and clearly? 3. Give the full name of the person for whom you're leaving the message? 4. State the date and time of the call? 5...
 
  Hottest Jobs In The Next 10 Years
by Kathy Bornheimer - Jan, 2016
This ten year time span is actually 2014-2024 since the information is taken from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). I normally do not take much credence in this type of information since ten years is often too long of a timeline. The U.S. and world economies can change too quickly, thus cause this information to be inaccurate. However, this time the Baby Boom workforce is the predominant factor. The job growth for most of th...
 
  How to Make 2016 Your Best Year Ever
by Marshall Goldsmith - Jan, 2016
To make resolutions that matter, don’t look forward. Look back. By February, half of all New Year’s resolutions are broken, a thing of the past, a distant, abandoned memory. You know this. So, why not take the time now to visit your goals and think about what you really want to change. If you do, you will make 2016 your best year ever. Wondering how to start? Try this exercise. It one of my favorites and I teach it in mo...
 
  How to Successfully Launch A New Product
by Alexandra Levit - Dec, 2015
Once upon a time, businesses announced a new product or service with great fanfare, including activities like press releases and events scheduled over a day or two. Now, though, the launch process can be longer and significantly more complex—requiring businesses to plan a host of activities that will gain momentum for the offering. Many modern product launches may fail simply because it can be so difficult to get something...
 
  3 Ways To Beat The Solopreneur Blues
by Melody Wilding - Nov, 2015
Do you feel like you’re in a rut? Has your motivation disappeared without any signs of a comeback? From time to time we all fall in a “funk” — when we feel plagued by a lack of focus and feel down for reasons we can’t put our finger on. Sound familiar? Blame the solopreneur blues. While the solopreneur blues is not a condition in the scientific sense, every entrepreneur, freelancer, or creator is familiar with the...
 
  Building Business Within a Community
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2015
The seeds of community can be critical when it comes to choosing a location for a new brick-and-mortar business, and small-business owners are likely to rely on personal connections to develop and sustain a strong customer base. Local ownership and even word of mouth, however, only go so far. Physical businesses should continually remind the community of their existence and engage in community outreach to help ensure a pipe...
 
  Managing Workplace Conflict in a Small Business
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2015
When a small business grows and adds new employees to the team, inevitably there can be some friction. For entrepreneurs who may have worked on their own for a while, staff conflicts are new and not necessarily welcome developments. The incidence and implications of workplace conflict have troubled leaders for a while. Back at the end of the last decade, Myers-Briggs publisher CPP Inc. commissioned a major study that found...
 
  Entrepreneurs vs. Employees: You Can be Both!
by Georgia Adamson - Nov, 2015
Sometimes the concepts of entrepreneur and employee are described as two sides of a coin–that is, you can be one or the other, but not both. In other cases, they’re positioned as not so mutually exclusive. I tend to support the latter view, at least much of the time. What does that mean to you? For one thing, you might find that even a bit of entrepreneurial spirit gives you an edge over your competition. It sets you apart...
 
  How Successful People Set Goals and Follow Through
by Marshall Goldsmith - Nov, 2015
The typical advertisement or “infomercial” – designed to help people “get in shape” – provides a great example of what not to do in goal-setting. The message is almost always the same, “For an ‘incredibly small’ amount of money – you can buy a ‘revolutionary’ product – that is ‘unbelievably easy’ and ‘fun to use’. This product will produce ‘amazing results’ ‘in almost no time’ and you will ‘have the body that you always wanted...
 
  Business Owners: How To Navigate A Price Increase
by Alexandra Levit - Sep, 2015
Small-business owners are often ecstatic that customers want to buy their products and services, and once an offering is successful and has been improved upon, it could be time to consider a price increase. However, this is a decision that does not come easily.To get to the bottom of when and why you should raise your prices and how to roll out price increases without upsetting your loyal customers, I tapped three owners for a...
 
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