Every business, whether big or small, is governed by universal business principles. Learn and understand the basic principles of business and money-making.
If you’re looking to self-publish a book or start a small publishing company, read the review of the book Make Money Self-Publishing by Suzanne P. Thomas.
No is perhaps the most important and certainly the most powerful word in the language. Learn how to say “No” and still get to “Yes.”
The simplest word for setting a limit is “No”. Learn how to say “No” to protect your priorities and avoid over-commitment at work or in business.
The book “Follow Your Other Hand” cleverly uses magic to explain how a business can use strategy and innovation to shake up tired assumptions and practices.
Small businesses may not have the resources to duplicate Starbucks’ winning strategy of opening a store at every corner, but there are some factors that small businesses can do to emulate the success of Starbucks.
What can modern entrepreneurs learn from the David and Goliath Story? Learn how your small business can apply the same tactics David used to defeat Goliath as you compete in a marketplace dominated by giant corporations.
Setting examples and expectations works better than rules in the workplace. Rather than rules, have expectations. Learn employee management through expectations and standards.
As a general manager, your job is to devise a strategy for performance improvement. There are a number of valuable analytical tools that will help you turn up data and insights about all the sources of profit-pool shifts. Read this excerpt from the book “The Breakthrough Initiative: How the Best Managers Get Outstanding Results.”
In the midst of all the fiscal gloom, there is a part of the population that is benefiting from the poor economy. We call this seismic shift Womenomics: the emergence of a new workforce dynamic that is giving women the power to tailor their work lives to better suit their needs.