4 Essential Ways to Make Your Business Run Smoothly

Every day can feel like a new challenge when you’re running a business. You’re constantly juggling tasks, keeping everything organized, and moving projects forward. It is possible to make your business flow more seamlessly, and here are 4 essential ways to make your business run smoothly. 1. Hire a Competent Manager Hire a competent manager…

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3 Things You Must Have Before You Start a Business

More than half of my clients want to start a business, and that’s why I created a 60-day program to help them take the first steps. Psst! Join us for the next live session of Startup In 60. You can’t blindly charge ahead and think everything will magically sort itself out. What about branding? Your…

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How to Stop Employees From Coming to the Office

I’m grateful to run my own business out of my home, and I’ve been even more thankful not to work in a corporate office ever since the pandemic started. Before Covid-19, office managers were worried about employees getting to the office on time and working their regular schedules. Now it’s not safe for people to…

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5 Unexpected Business Tips for Women

When I started my business in 2011, I devoured all the articles I could about how to run a successful business. Much of what I learned was helpful (how to set up a website, what to put in my email newsletter), but it still took forever to sift through the tips and tricks to find…

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Editor’s Notebook 176

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 22 Facts About Naps. Sounds like the perfect plan for today. What Causes Inner Emptiness? (And What To Do About It). Everyone needs self-love, and it’s…

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5 Ways to Be the Leader Everyone Wants to Follow

Don’t think you’re a leader? Guess again! When I was in high school, I remember playing this game in drama class where one person would be blindfolded and their partner would take their hand and lead them around the school. The poor victim would be dragged across the football field, up and down stairs, through…

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