Category Archives: Business
Today’s post is a little different. I have some specific community things to share and a favor to ask.
From taking responsibility to leading well, self-awareness is one of the most important abilities you can acquire and nurture. It can make or break your career.
Stepping out of your comfort zone can be quite intimidating to the small business owner. How much debt is too much to take on vs. the ROI you would get in return? What if you hire someone and they mess … Continue reading
Every year at this time, people start thinking about their New Year’s resolutions and goals for the next year. Recently I became aware of some confusion regarding resolutions, goals, tactics, and wishes. And, I want to set the record straight!
The keys to subcontractor relationship management are setting clear expectations and maintaining great communications. So, as a contractor, what should you expect from your subcontractor? And, as a subcontractor, what should you expect from your contractor?
A small business can be a single freelancer all the way up to several thousand employees, depending on the industry chosen. The U.S. Small Business Administration defines small business in a very big business complicated way here. When I think of … Continue reading
Managing a virtual business has some added challenges over managing a traditional one. There are wonderful pros, but there are a few cons, as I wrote about previously. The first and foremost challenge is managing you.
Don Clark from FileMaker Pro Gurus and I have joined together to create a series of three videos discussing subcontractors and the FileMaker world. If you are not a FileMaker developer, that’s OK. These tips would apply to any software … Continue reading
Writing an SEO-friendly blog post brings a whole new level of marketing to your site than just plain writing a blog. Considering that most of us write blog posts to share information with our audience, shouldn’t we want that audience … Continue reading