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4 Ways To Bankroll Your Business Venture!

So you want to grow your business but are lacking the funds? I hear you. This is one of the most common challenges that new entrepreneurs have. In order to expand your business, you must secure funding and be creative with that money. I've started several businesses with virtually no money and completely understand the ultimate struggles that accompany such a path. So, let's explore some ideas to bankroll your business venture!

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4 Savvy Business Tips To Hire The Most Talented People

Small businesses only become big businesses when they have the best employees. Okay, so there is more to it than that, but good employees make a massive difference. Think about it for a second. They are the people who do most of the work, so the company plows forward without a hitch. You might be the boss, but you need quality performers if you want to succeed. For that reason, you only want the best. However, there is a lot of competition, plus finding the right ‘fit’ isn’t always easy. Here are 4 savvy business tips for getting the most talented people on your team!

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6 Must Haves For The Aspiring Entreprenuer

Entrepreneurship can be one of the most exciting and rewarding career moves a woman can make. However, it can also be one of the most challenging things to pull off successfully. There are some savvy things you must get under your belt if you want to make a name for yourself in business. Having the right tools, resources, and contacts is a must.

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4 Fun Ways To Make Your Blog A Successful Business

Today, more and more bloggers are turning their passion for writing into profitable businesses. It's easier now than ever to start a blog and even create a stream of income while sharing your niche or passion. But it also means there are more blogs out there with which to compete. And, unfortunately, it's not as easy to rise to the top and get noticed, let alone, sell your goods. So, if you’re serious about making money, learn how to build a successful career around your blog.

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5 Fulfilling Career Paths That Give Back To Society

Finding the perfect job is not always easy. Many women, especially young adults, struggle for years to enter careers that use their unique skills and fulfill their spirits. Many are forced to take positions that are convenient and simply pay the bills. Still, that small voice speaks frequently about wanting more than just a job. Fortunately, this could be a reality by looking in the right places. I've compiled a list of 5 popular fulfilling career paths that give back to society.

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Make The Best First Impression For Your Business

First impressions are everything in business, just as they are in our personal lives. As a branding coach, I understand how important the first 5 seconds of exposure are to getting the attention you need from potential clients and customers. Presenting quality and a memorable experience, whether it is via the Internet or in person, is one of the first steps to building a successful business. If you present a dated, boring, or inappropriate image to potential customers, clients or business partners, it could be difficult to ever change their minds about you. Fortunately, there are some tricks to making the best first impression for your business. Here are my top 7 things you can do to knock 'em dead from the get go!

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3 Smart Ways To Bring Out The Best In Your Employees

Naturally, some employees work harder than others. That is just human nature. And, everyone can't work full steam ahead all the time without burning out. Instead, finding a balanced workflow is key to financial consistency and continued success. You do have a right to expect your workers to do their best for your business, but that doesn't always happen. In my experience, these tips wi

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8 Success Tips To Survive Your First Year In Buisness

In order to survive your first year in business, there are many varying factors to consider. And, ongoing success...well, that all depends on what you consider successful and how willing you are to play the game consistently. In this article, we are going to look at eight things that you can do to massively improve your chances of taking your business past the first year. Some of these might be more obvious than others, but they are all worthwhile and play a role in creating a solid business that will last.

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3 Musts For Being “Boss” At Effective Leadership

Effective leadership requires a delicate balance between being approachable and kind and assertive and tough. When you’re in charge, there are so many things to deal with, people to consider. This means that you will have many different situations to handle. Being a boss or a leader isn't always fun, and it isn't always easy. You need to be the best you can be, as well as have the ability to acquire the best employees and resources. Here are 3 musts for being "boss" at effective Leadership.

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5 Reasons To Consider A Home Party Direct Sales Business

When it comes to starting a home business, there are many models to choose from. So many successful entrepreneurs have started on a road to success with a home-based direct sales plan; such as that offered by companies like Mary Kay, Tupperware, Jamberry, Arbonne, and Park Lane Jewelry. These types of home party businesses remain some of the most successful out there.

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Why A Travel Industry Job Or Business Might Be Right For You

There have never been better conditions for travel agency professionals than there are right now. Simply stated, good travel professionals are in demand, as the industry has seen a decline in those who enter this particular field. This could be because of the recent recession or that many young professionals are swayed to pursue other businesses as a career by professors and parents. Nevertheless, people are still traveling and are searching for quality, service-oriented pros to help them see the world with efficiency and on a budget.

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6 Get Ahead Action Steps To Sky Rocket Your Career

After you have scored that stellar new job, you need to show them what you've got in the position so you can stand out. To get ahead, you must have a drive of excellence, competence, and flexibility. Your boss is watching, and, likely, his or her boss is watching. Before anything we talk about here, be proactive at finding out exactly what is expected of you and do those things to the best of your ability. If you want to excel quickly, here are 6 get ahead action steps to sky rocket your career!

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How To Shine During Your Dream Job Interview

If you are looking for a new job, interviews are part of the process, so you better get prepared. Unless you’ve got a family member or a friend offering you a job, everyone has to get through them. You have only a short time to impress the interviewer and make him or her see that you are the right person for the job. Go prepared to wow and shine if you want to land that dream job! Here are a few tips to get you on the right track.

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Attract The Best Employees To Your Business

Without the best and well-fitting employees, a business will struggle to get the momentum it needs to succeed. So, the hiring process is something that needs given plenty of attention inside your business. Here are some ways to ensure that you can attract the best employees.

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4 Ways To Nail Authenticity In Your Business

AUTHENTICITY is a business buzz word these days. What does it actually mean and how do we BE IT to get results? The dictionary definition is this: of undisputed origin; genuine. Here's the thing: being authentic doesn't mean we must show all of our flaws or all of our strengths, for that matter. It's kind of like owning a weapon...you neither have to flaunt it, nor should you, in order for it to be effective when you need it. The same goes for a weakness. You live with those flaws every day. They are a part of you. They become a part of your strength naturally if you let them and will show up when needed.

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