The Biggest Problems Faced By a New Small Business

Starting up a new small business is always a risk, no matter where you do it and what product or service you offer. However, that doesn’t stop thousands of brave entrepreneurs from doing exactly this every month. In fact, figures from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics suggest that 400,000 new businesses start up each…

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Create Effect Change That Builds Your Business Fast

By Craig Ridley Driving Business Change Watch my video on how to successfully drive change in your small business or read the detailed blog below.   As a small business owner looking to improve your business processes and your business results, you are no doubt on the constant look out for new ideas and strategies…

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How To Grow Your Business With A Family Board Of Management

The days of casually operated family businesses have come to an end. To grow your business and compete with large corporations, you need to follow the lead of other successful family businesses and move from an ad-hoc management style to one using a more formal board of management or family business council to better structure…

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How To Grow Your Business Safely

To succeed, you must find a way to grow your business and you shouldn’t shy away from growing just because there are challenges involved. Businesses don’t fail because they grow. They fail because they don’t manage their growth or grow their managers. Here are some ideas to grow your business safely. As a business owner…

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6 Steps To Starting A Small Business

Starting a small business is both rewarding and scary. You get to bring a new idea into the world, a new way of doing things, and if you follow these 6 steps as outlined in an article in business.com you have a good chance of being successful….   Step 1: Create a Business Plan It’s…

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A Small Business Owner Doesn’t Have to Do It All

delegation in a small business

The majority of small business owners tend to be running the entire company themselves – whether they have employees or not. Why would you choose to run the show yourself? The common excuses include:   Not having the time to train someone on the business process Not having enough time to explain duties to someone…

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