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Lee Traupel

Reputation Managment is a Necessity for on the Go Brands

Lee Traupel | April 20, 2015 | Small Business
Today, savvy brands embrace online reputation management or risk losing revenue and brand cachet. Many marketing execs and small business owners don't grasp how important online reputation management is to their business. Search is the front end to an...
Paul Jarvis

Stop Consuming, Start Acting

Paul Jarvis | April 20, 2015 | Small Business
Next time you see an article on life hackery or some list of actions you could be taking if you weren't reading a list on taking action -- ask yourself why you're searching externally for advice/shortcuts when you could be working on taking action, in your own way.
Jack Nadel

Best Career Advice: Find a Need and Fill It

Jack Nadel | April 20, 2015 | Small Business
There simply is no end to the possibilities for filling consumer needs. The advice I followed back in 1946 is just as relevant today.
Gabriel Bristol

You Are Your Own Best Marketer

Gabriel Bristol | April 20, 2015 | Business
Marketing yourself is a constant process, but by being aware of your actions and striving to exceed expectations, the appropriate responses will become automatic.
Karen Roter Davis

Take Your Child to Work (Any) Day

Karen Roter Davis | April 20, 2015 | Parents
This week, lots of companies will host "Take Your Child To Work" days in their offices. Interestingly, many of these same companies allow dogs in their offices every day of the year, but feel the need to have one special day dedicated to bringing one's offspring to work.
Adele Scheele

10 Shortcuts to Self-Confidence

Adele Scheele | April 20, 2015 | Business
Here are 10 simple ways to jumpstart your confidence right when you need it -- asking for a job or a raise, coping with someone's rage or complaint, even hosting a party.
Steve Mariotti

8 Steps Government Can Take to Help Small Business

Steve Mariotti | April 20, 2015 | Small Business
Many entrepreneurs can't help but groan when they hear politicians promise to help. As Austrian economist Peter Klein says in my new book An Entrepreneur's Manifesto (Templeton Press, fall 2015), "The best thing government can do for entrepreneurs is get out of their way."
Sarah Cannata

Why Every Entrepreneur Needs a Mentor

Sarah Cannata | April 20, 2015 | Small Business
Just by surrounding myself with the right kind of people, I've learnt how much I can learn from others. And in particular, other women who have more life and business experience than I do.
Jane Chen

'How a Two-Pound Baby Changed the Direction of My Life'

Jane Chen | April 20, 2015 | Impact
Nathan was a tiny baby, born at just under two pounds. He was abandoned on the side of the road in central China just after his birth, and the odds were so severely stacked against him that he shouldn't have survived at all.
Daphne Mallory

8 Creative Ways to Collaborate and Grow Your Family Business

Daphne Mallory | April 19, 2015 | Small Business
Your success in family business depends on your ability to connect and collaborate with others. You'll generate more revenue and make a bigger impact in the world through collaboration. Learn how to create your competitive advantage and grow your family business.
Nova Lorraine

Meet Renaissance Woman Paula 'Pixie' Dezzutti Hewlette

Nova Lorraine | April 17, 2015 | Women
I was a woman, I was pregnant, I wasn't even old enough to legally rent a car, and I had scored higher on their aptitude entrance test than any other candidate.
Sanjay Sanghoee

5 Rules for Recruiting Great Talent

Sanjay Sanghoee | April 17, 2015 | Business
But recruiting and holding on to talent is not easy. Good employees are scarce in number but high in demand, which makes it necessary for companies to structure their business around talent and provide an environment that enables those employees to thrive. Here are five ways in which businesses can accomplish this.
Kristin Meekhof

Imerman Cakes

Kristin Meekhof | April 17, 2015 | Small Business
Before starting the Imerman Cake company, Jeffrey Imerman, 41, was practicing law in New York. He enjoyed the work, especially collaborating with colleagues, and earned a decent living. However, at the end of the day, he was ready for a career change.
Ramon Nuez

What Real Estate Entrepreneur Nick Ruiz Learned From Being a Failure

Ramon Nuez | April 17, 2015 | Small Business
I'm VERY familiar with failure and being completely depressed in every sense of the word. Failure exercises your adversity muscles. This is extremely important as an entrepreneur because as you grow your business, more and more adversity and bumps in the road will come about.
Erika Dickstein

Fear of Pulling the Trigger

Erika Dickstein | April 20, 2015 | Small Business
"How's your new website coming?" Have you been hearing this a lot lately? Has your site been "under construction" longer than you had planned? Here's some possibly comforting news: You're not alone.
Sajeel Qureshi

Why I Want to Have Coffee With You

Sajeel Qureshi | April 16, 2015 | Small Business
It's funny, but the best part of my day seems to be when I have a drink, meal or any physical interaction with other people. Including those I barely know.
Mike Harden

It's Not What You Do, But How You Do It

Mike Harden | April 16, 2015 | Small Business
CEOs make a lot of decisions, announce them, and then expect everyone to be on board and execute flawlessly. If only it were that simple. We often find our decisions are not implemented properly, flawlessly, or on time, and we can't figure out why.
Jonathan D. Lovitz

6 Months After Tim Cook, LGBT Leaders Are Redefining Being Out and Successful

Jonathan D. Lovitz | April 16, 2015 | Gay Voices
Ever since Tim's coming out, I have been talking with the press about what kind of a game changer this was and what all this visibility means for a soon-to-be post marriage equality (crossing fingers) America. It was a game changer, trust me.
David Finkel

The 6 Major Time Addictions

David Finkel | April 16, 2015 | Business
Have you ever sat there at the end of the week wondering where the time went? Here are what I consider to be the six most damaging Time Addictions that hurt entrepreneurs as they struggle to execute on their dreams and plans.
Jon Raj

My Worst Career Move

Jon Raj | April 17, 2015 | Small Business
As a student of both marketing and digital advertising, that November I felt a sea change about to happen. Digital was being infused into all types of advertising and data was becoming more and more important.
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