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5 Tips to Becoming Your Own Boss By @TheKatAgency

by Kat Quinn 2018 is the year of entrepreneurs and female empowerment. It’s the time when we all want to become our own boss and take the chances we may have never taken before. But this idea of stepping into the unknown can be a risky and scary idea, 6 years ago I decided to […]

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Startup Advice: The Speed of Determination by @CharlyndaJean

by Charlynda Jean As a new entrepreneur, I have found that I only work at one speed: the speed of determination. It’s faster than a speeding bullet, light, sound, radio waves. No ruler or metric exists to measure this speed. If I tried to do so, I’d imagine the flapping of angels wings…the rhythm of […]

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10 Lessons CEO and @FoodNetwork Host Charles Stiles Taught Me by @ClinkAndChat

Ever met a man who for a living thinks, breathes and travels constantly to help businesses focus on one thing: the customer experience?  One who attends and speaks at food performance conferences non-stop and also balances a day job of traveling across the United States to film a television show about helping businesses weed out […]

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Five Tips for Expanding Your Business by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Expanding your business is, quite honestly, a lot like starting it. The steps, paperwork, and investments are all similar. Despite that, there are a few key differences that trip up small business owners. Expansion takes place over a much longer period of time, and you have to be careful […]

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Hiring a Summer Intern? Here is What You Should Know by @deborahsweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Good news internship fans – a recent ruling by the US Appeals Court in Manhattan re-affirmed the legality of unpaid internships last week, knocking back a 2013 decision that the interns for certain media companies were due compensation because the businesses benefited from their work. Personally, I’ve always recommended […]

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What to Do Next When Your 5-Year Business Plan Comes to a Close by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney, CEO of MyCorporation.com Writing a 5-year plan is usually the very first step in the occasionally stressful but always rewarding road of business ownership. One of the biggest problems with most 5-year plans is that you are sort of flying by the seat of your pants when you write it out. Until […]

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