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Small Business Minute #32- Empathy-The Double Edged Sword!

  Most successful entrepreneurs that I’ve met have a balanced approach to empathy, deep when required and non-existent when really necessary. On the other hand, I witness owners that aren’t so balanced. Those that have too much empathy, frequently worry … Continue reading

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Small Business Minute #31- A Message To Employees.

Its not always your bosses fault that you don’t like your job (Tweet this). Sure it’s easy to blame someone else that you’re not reaching your full potential, that your job is boring and repetitive to say nothing of the … Continue reading

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Small Business Minute #30- Want To Get Better? Work At It!

I regularly tell business owners that you don’t have to be an expert in every area of your business, but you have to good enough at everything until you can afford to hire someone who is better than you in … Continue reading

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Small Business Minute #28- Worry Without Action=Stress

Being the creator of our future is part of the allure to being an entrepreneur, however one of the costs of doing so is the increased stress we experience while chasing our dreams. The thing with stress is that although … Continue reading

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Small Business Minute #27- Fear of Decisions

As entrepreneurs, we are faced with a daily buffet of decisions we must make. Some days the sheer quantity can overwhelm and dishearten an individual. Granted many decisions are simple and require little or no effort, however they all aren’t … Continue reading

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Small Business Minute #23 – Who’s Got Your Back?

As entrepreneurs we are use to doing everything because in the beginning there wasn’t anyone else. As they say, old habits are hard to break so when a staff member gets sick or overwhelmed, we’re usually the first ones to … Continue reading

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