Editor’s Notebook 251

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 to Start Reading Fiction (When You Only Read Nonfiction). This is me all the way. I was Gen X, now on paper I’m a Millennial.…

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3 Renovation Ideas to Bump Up Your House Value

Your home is an investment, and the more love, care, and attention you put into it, the more you’ll get out.  Renovation work is a great way to take care of your home and increase its value. Whether you make these renovations yourself or hire someone to do the work, the quality and result of…

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4 Effective Ways to Level-Up Your Small Business

As a new business owner, your startup has made it through the first few difficult months. Congratulations! You’ve established yourself as a serious player in your field, and now you must think about how to grow your small business to the next level. How much work will it take? What decisions do you need to…

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How to Identify Suppliers and Services That Align With Your Brand

When it comes to developing your brand and business in a competent fashion, often the decision of who we align with and what services we use can be just as poignant as what our own, stated operating principles may be. For instance, an ethical high street fashion firm may walk the walk, but if it…

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5 Keys to Focus on When Starting a Small Business

Starting a small business is a great way to make a living, but it can be a challenging endeavor with many moving parts. If you want to succeed with your new small business, then don’t spread yourself too thin. Instead, focus on a few essential areas and initiatives to get started on the right foot.…

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Wait! Take These Crucial Steps Before Buying a Business

If you want to run a business but don’t want to deal with a startup, then consider buying a business instead. You can select categories of your choice and run a business that already has an existing customer base and make improvements. Here are some crucial steps to take before purchasing an existing business. Set…

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How to Increase Efficiency at Your Warehouse

There’s a lot of potential to build a great company when you’re running a warehouse, but the costs can be significant. Your profit depends on how effectively you and your team work. While all types of companies have efficiency issues, the problem is more pronounced at a warehouse where there are many different elements to…

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