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How to Make Better To-Do Lists

It’s the most basic time-management tool out there. So, why are most of us doing it wrong? Lists are the most basic time-management tool we have. We all (obsessively) use them. They’re supposed to help us prioritize our work and avoid feeling overwhelmed. But rarely do the lists we make do either of those things. So, what are we...

3 Simple Hacks That Help You Work Smarter Not Hard

One of the main challenges for entrepreneurs is gaining enough momentum for growth and profitability. Whether you are in the start up phase or trying to scale up, we all know success in business seldom comes easy. Stunted business growth and seeming failure is something many entrepreneurs struggle with for one reason or another.

US Beef Exports to China: What Cattle Ranchers Need to Know

We reached out to a beef industry expert to explain the implications of the decision to allow US beef exports to China again.

The 10 Best Ways to Protect Your Mobile Device Against Hackers

We spoke with a cyber security expert who's providing tips on how to protect your mobile device from hackers who want your data.

How to Do An Energy Audit By Walking Around Your Business

Sponsored Post Energy audits don’t have to be complex, expensive or time-consuming. Here are some tips on how to do an energy audit in your small business office.

Are SBA Loans the Best for Your Startup?

In 2015, Americans founded 3 million new businesses, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistic. Every new business among those 3 million startups required capital to start. Most entrepreneurs fund their business ventures themselves....Show More Summary

What is a Merchant Cash Advance and What Kind of Business Uses It?

What is a merchant cash advance? One financial expert explains and talks about why a small business might need a merchant cash advance.

What KFC Can Teach Small Businesses About Success in China

30 years ago, the idea of a KFC in China seemed foreign. The company has spent the time conquering the market. Here's one example of marketing in China.

50 Marketing Channels to Use to Reach Customers

Small Business Trends takes a look at 50 of the most effective marketing channels your small business can use to reach customers both online and off.

Why one CEO’s mental health email went viral

This week, an utterly human response from a CEO to his employee who was taking time off to cope with mental health issues took the internet by storm. It prompted thousands of retweets, garnered dozens of headlines and even inspired a call-out from Sheryl Sandberg: “We need more leaders who encourage employees to bring their...

Clean Your Own Sidewalk

  One of the towns I visited recently has a dirty sidewalk problem. It looks like every time it rained, dirt and leaves and stuff wash out of the streets and onto the sidewalks. Pretty messy. “We did a cleanup project once,” someone said. But dirt, like life, keeps happening. You’ll have a cleaner town […]

Avoid Workplace Burnout: How To Get Your Employees To Take A Vacation

Americans are notoriously bad when it comes to taking time off from work, with more than half leaving vacation time unused. The 55% of U.S. workers who did not take any day off from work left a record-setting 658 million vacation days unused, resulting in $61.4 in annual forfeited benefits. Research shows that vacations are crucial for...

Power-Blox Providing Off-the-Grid Energy to Small Business

Businesses that cannot lose power for any reason, or ones that want to leave the grid -- even just a little bit -- should check out a Power-Blox system.

Nevada Facing Emergency Pot Shortage — After Just 1 Week in Business

Marijuana dispensaries sold $3 million worth of weed in the 4 days after recreational sales were legalized, but the Nevada pot supply is running low.

Direct Selling Industry Employs More People Than the Online Gig Economy Platforms

According to the Direct Selling Association (DSA), 20.5 million Americans were involved in direct selling in 2016. Of those, 5.3 million are what the DSA calls "business builders". These are people actively managing and selling products to a customer base...

Remote Year allows you to live overseas and keep your day job

Linsey Peterson packed her bags in February— and her work — and moved from Minnesota to Kuala Lumpur. Since then, the 26-year-old web and app designer has called a new country home every month. Peterson is a customer of Remote Year, a program that costs $27,000 a year and helps people satisfy their wanderlust while keeping...

12 Genuine Work From Home Jobs That Hire Nationwide

If you’ve spent much time looking for genuine work from home jobs, you’ve probably found a lot of great opportunities that had you pretty excited to apply… only to find out that the company doesn’t hire in your state. What a bummer! For whatever reason, not all companies will hire from anywhere. Some want people...

10 Ways to Keep Your Business Running Smoothly While You’re on Vacation

You won't recharge from your time away from your business if you're worried about it the entire time. But you won't need to worry if you follow these helpful tips before you disconnect. The post 10 Ways to Keep Your Business RunningShow More Summary

3 Questions to Ask Before Entering Into a Business Partnership

If you’re searching for the perfect business partner, how do you know that you’ve found “the one”? Keep these three questions in mind before, during, and after you’ve chosen a partner. The post 3 Questions to Ask Before Entering Into...Show More Summary

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