From the monthly archives:

October 2012

What’s involved to be a successful business owner? What differentiates the entrepreneurs who are successful from all the rest?  What exactly is success? We’ve seen over the years that certain factors such as leadership, balance between risk-taking aversion and tolerance, and graceful adaption to change are key success traits for entrepreneurs in any business segment. […]

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At the start of a new business the entrepreneur often handles everything—directly and optimally. Then it begins: the company grows beyond what you can handle by yourself and you start hiring staff to fill the positions in your growing business. What you obtain is the freedom to further grow your company. What you lose is […]

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No, you’ll never run out all of the Intuit QuickBooks functions and features… …. but here are some pointers on tools that extend QuickBooks’ usefulness – and save you time. Zero In On Key QuickBooks Report Figures You’ve undoubtedly created reports that were so lengthy that you got tired of scrolling up and down to […]

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One small thing that might make the business world just a tiny bit better is all of us agreeing how we measure growth.  I hesitate to wade into this subject because so many people have so many definitions. *Source: Tim Berry at Small Business Trends And you’d think it was obvious, but then suddenly I […]

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