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Start the day right.
If you have no employees other than your spouse or a partner, you can establish an â€œowner-onlyâ€ 401(k), also known as an individual 401(k).
Angels invest in people, more often than they invest in ideas.
Clean up your excess inventory
An easy place to start cleaning may be with your inventory.
Companies who follow through with their social media strategies must realize that they need to delegate their social media work to someone who can keep up for them.
Businesses fail for many reasons: Competition grabs market share, funding disappears, society changes course or a recession blindsides you.
For example, I see many who want to translate their passion for healthier lifestyles into businesses.
Kari Newman Ness, CEO, Newman Signs
Ness states that it is important to be a solid employee.
You need to prepare for people with little knowledge of your technology or market who are comfortable telling you that there is no market for your technology.
Q: How can you spot entrepreneurial characteristics in young children?
One important moment took place when we set up Virgin Records to operate alongside our music stores: I moved out of the office and set myself up in a separate location.
Karen Prebys, owner of Connec+ed!, a Greenwood, Ind., business that employs 12 sales reps, says she and her staff mostly meet new clients at trade shows.
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