Posts Tagged "entrepreneur"


How to Blog Like a Boss


Posted By on Jun 25, 2015

  Are you considering blogging for your business, but don’t really see the point? Or have you written a few posts, then not seen any return? You’ve heard that successful businesses should be blogging, but why? And how? The biggest “why” is connecting with customers and clients. Businesses can blog about the problems their customers face, success stories, how to best use their latest product, or a “peek behind the curtain” with an...

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  As a freelancer, solopreneur or small business owner, perhaps you’ve just made your first sale. Congratulations! Now what? How are you going to collect that money you worked so hard to get? OR Maybe this ISN’T your first sale, but you’ve been struggling for some time to find the right bookkeeping system that fits your work style and budget. In the past, you had to download software and there was a learning curve to using the...

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  With mixed emotions I read the recent Crain’s Chicago Business article about WeWork coworking coming to Chicago. Don’t get me wrong, I am a huge advocate of small business, and of coworking specifically. I love to see coworking spread locally, nationally, and globally. It’s a boon to small business growth and success.   However, Chicago media coverage may lead you to believe that not a lot of business startups or thriving small...

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Value Is in the Eye of the Buyer


Posted By on Apr 16, 2015

Whether your product or service sells depends on one factor, value. Price is really just the monetization of value. For me to be willing to buy what you have to offer, the price has to align with the value I place on it.   Any real estate broker knows that the value of a home is based on what buyers are willing to pay for it, not how much the current owner loves their home, has invested in it, or even how much they originally paid for...

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I’ve added solo to my list of four letter words. Many of us proudly proclaim that we are solopreneurs. We boast about being the sole owner of our business, have no employees, and are doing it on our own. Whether we are financially making it or not is rarely disclosed. We’re out there anyway — the proud party-of-one. But just how proud are we? Are we meeting the expectations we had for our business? Are we being honest with...

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