Category: Management


How to Inject Instant Cash Flow

The cornerstone of any small business is ensuring that you’ve got the cash flow to keep thinks moving. As a small business owner, it’s probably what most often keeps you up at night. Making sure that cash is coming in consistently is the most important thing small business owners have to deal with. But with limited resources, keeping the money coming in regularly is one area that many small business’ struggle with. Here are a few ideas that can help you to  inject instant cash flow in order to help you keep your business above water.Continue Reading..


The Toughest Question Many Business Owners Need to Answer

I read an article recently in Bloomberg that said 8 in 10 businesses fail in the first 18 months and according to Tony Robbins, 96% of all businesses fail in the first ten years. The more I thought about these disturbing statistics, the more I wanted to dig into why this happens. I started reflecting on my own experience building and growing a company and realized there is one question the owner needs to answer—and answer it honestly. That question is, “Is your business struggling and are you concerned about the company’s future”?Continue Reading..


Is Your Recruiting Message Scaring Off Talent?

When it comes to selling to customers, companies and business owners are always making sure the message getting across to their customers is doing its job. Great messaging of course can make or break a sale. However, in terms of hiring, the world of job boards and Craigslist ads are riddled with very little information, poor language, over-zealous presentation, or a combination of all three. In the search for talent, the language of hiring is very often—downright awful. Instead of attracting the best, companies often scare off the best and end up hiring the worst. Here are a few recruiting language sins that you should avoid if you don’t want the best talent to run for the door.

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