Tag: growth

3 Signs You Might Be Sabotaging Your Business Growth via @DevonMSmiley

by Devon Smiley | Featured Contributor When we’re building our businesses, there’s an endless list of things to do. We work hard to perfect our copy, earn those conversions, and delight our clients. We do and do and do and do…but still feel stuck. How is it that with all of the time, effort and […]

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First Quarter Close Out: Got Commitment and Results? by @WSRapport

by Karima Mariama-Arthur, Esq | Featured Contributor We’re now in the final month of the first quarter. For some, this may cause feelings of uneasiness, especially if you’re not where you thought you’d be. You’ve probably spent a significant amount of time crafting your goals. Surely you had every intention of achieving them, right? But now, […]

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This Year’s Success Is Hidden In These Numbers by @KendraLeeKLA

by Kendra Lee It’s that time of year again when we all turn to goal setting. And it’s not just because it’s the beginning of the year and people are setting New Year’s resolutions to exercise more, eat more healthily, and spend more time with family. In our business lives, the start of a new […]

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5 Ways to Make 2015 Your Best Year Yet! by @SandraDawes

by Sandra Dawes | Featured Contributor  Tis the season to wrap up the year coming to an end and get ready for a brand new one! I love the New Year because I always feel like it’s a fresh start, a clean slate to do things differently, better, than the year before. Please feel free to […]

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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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