Editor’s Notebook 248

The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! What I’m Loving This Week How Perfectionism Makes Us Ill. No one expects you to be flawless, so give yourself some grace and be vulnerable. 5 Work-From-Home Mistakes Career Experts Hear…

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Editor’s Notebook 247

The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! What I’m Loving This Week Your Brain on Retail Therapy. A little shopping might turn around your bad mood. A to-do list trick. Once again for the folks in the back,…

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Why You Need a Business Budget | Best Practices for Success!

Some of my clients get discouraged when working on their businesses because they can’t see how they’ll ever reach a high level of success. It’s hard to imagine hiring employees, hosting events, or selling out a big launch when you’re still focused on just paying the bills. Money can be a touchy subject, but I force my clients to…

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4 Environmentally Friendly Tips for a Greener Business

There are many ways a conscientious business owner such as yourself can make your business greener, and all it takes is some focused research and implementation. Choosing environmentally friendly, green initiatives is great for business because it impresses your customers and your staff. You may have greater staff retention when they identify with your greener…

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How to Protect Your Business Against Power Outages

We’re more dependent on electricity than ever before, and electricity is required for many things in our daily lives, including running a business. It’s essential to protect your small business from power failures to ensure the safety of your employees and the business itself. Here’s how to prepare and what to do if a power…

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How to Quickly Recoup Funds to Fuel Business Growth

Many small business owners believe it’s difficult to expand and compete with the larger companies in their industry. As soon as they take one step forward, they take another step back because clients default on their payments.  Small companies can’t afford to wait months for payments to be made, and they need to access their…

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3 Brilliant Ideas to Help Your Business Thrive and Grow

You want your business to thrive and grow, but you must narrow your focus to just the projects that will give it the best chance of success. Consider improving your company and the way your business is being run, and even small, incremental changes can lead to big results. Here are 3 brilliant ideas to…

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