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For years, employees have extolled the virtues of the “distributed workforce” — working remotely. While some managers have embraced remote teams, be they across town, in a different time zone, or across an ocean, others have been hesitant to allow remote work. But the global coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses of every shape and size to adopt...
self image, mental health
People do not work towards things they do not believe they can achieve. Self-worth is vital. The power of confidence in not only your abilities, but in you as a person, is instrumental to succeeding in your endeavors. Bob Proctor teaches many different avenues to follow for success. But, one of his lessons in particular...
business continuity plan, business plan
Roadmaps for revenue and expansion are imperative for small-business growth. But, they’re only a few of the variables that go into the planning equation. Business owners should also consider devising a business continuity plan. Business continuity plans formalize the steps you can take to keep operations running in case of a major crisis. They can...
Between uncertain cash flow and concern over how to meet financial obligations such as payroll and bills, it’s a stressful time to be a small-business owner. Many entrepreneurs are experiencing the same anxieties over unemployment, debt and financial sustainability. Your personal and business credit scores could take a hit if you have to miss payments due to a cash...
emergency fund, money, funding
As a small business owner, starting a small business emergency fund can mean the difference between success and failure. Staying on top of your finances can be even more important in times of crisis. Many businesses have a lot of operating expenses as well as debt. That means they don’t have much resiliency. While these...
If you’re facing a long term business slowdown do to a crisis, you may have more time on your hands or limited business hours. That’s true for many companies that face a pandemic or other crisis. During a slowdown, entrepreneurs can boost their business and prepare for a positive resurgence when the country recovers from...
Beyond the health concerns associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, much of our current anxiety may come from the feeling that we’ve lost control of our livelihoods as business owners. In turn, this leads to further stress about how we can provide for our families and ourselves, let alone pay our bills. To regain some measure of control,...
money, salary, cash, pay
When starting a business, it’s typical to look for venture capital, angel investors, and even co-founders to help get the company up and running. While funding is necessary for almost all businesses, seeking it out yourself isn’t necessarily the right path for everyone. Instead, knowing how to bootstrap your startup might be a better option....
business plan, entrepreneur
Once upon a time, we had no smartphones or connected devices. Now, it’s hard to imagine a world without them. When companies first introduced these devices as business ideas, there was nothing quite like them. But visionary entrepreneurs still came up with a business plan for target markets that didn’t even exist. In many cases, it’s...
Moving forward in business is like planning a great trip: You know where you want to end up, but the road there isn’t always straightforward. Smart business goals help you navigate the twists and turns along the way. While a business plan and vision statement offer a “big picture” perspective about your company and what you want to accomplish,...
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