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Business & Money
by ubiquitous
9 years ago
Is Starting Your Own Business Worth The Risk?

Each year more than 500.000 new businesses are formed in the United States alone, but according to the SBA over 50% fail during the first five years. Starting your own business is, without a doubt, a risk, but in some cases it can be a risk well worth taking. Whether starting a business is worth the risk will depend on your attitude to risk, and its chances of success.

Business & Money
by ubiquitous
8 years ago
Top 7 Signs of a Flawed Business Idea

The difference between a profitable business and a failing one can often be found at the very moment of its conception, that aha! moment where the entrepreneur came up with the idea that would be core to its new business.

Business & Money
by ubiquitous
9 years ago
Tips To Help Your Small Business Survive A Recession

With the possibilities of a double dip recession increasing and less and less spending money on the pockets of your potential and current customers, small business owners are right to be worried about the future of their companies. However, a recession is also a time of opportunity. Your competitors...

Business & Money
by ubiquitous
9 years ago
Conflict Resolution Between Employees On A Small Business

Any small business owners that doesn't work alone has to deal, at some point or the other, with conflict within the workplace. However, unlike with a medium or large company, it's often the business owner who needs to act as a mediator and figure out the best conflict resolution strategy for the problem at hand. Conflict means disagreement between two people, and it is not, by itself, a negative thing. If everybody agreed on everything innovation would grind to  a halt.  But an emotionally charged conflicting situation can cause great damage, specially for a small business with limited resources.

Business & Money
by ubiquitous
9 years ago
Time Management In Business: The Pomodoro Technique

The Pomodoro Technique is a time management system that aims to help you make a better and more efficient use of your time: Accomplish more in less time by focusing your efforts on one task at a time. It doesn't require complex software or equipment and you can start...

Business & Money
by ubiquitous
9 years ago
Why Revenue Share Shouldn't Be Key To Your Retirement Plan

Would you work for an employer that told you that while right now they cannot really pay you the minimal wage right now, over time they will pay you lots and lots of money if only the product they are selling is successful, and you not only produce it but sell it? If you decide to do that make sure you are protecting your interests and not believing empty promises or hopeful thinking.

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