Bridging the Gaps: Understanding Why Your Business Expectations Are Not Being Met

To outsiders, a lot of business can appear to be a guessing game. Deciding whether to invest in a product or service or not, considering whether certain marketing moves will be a hit, testing out different advertising locations… the list goes on. But any decent business person will know that things aren’t quite that simple. There is so much thought, research and learning from historical examples that help those in charge to make the right decisions for their business. No decent business person acts on a whim. In fact, even the smallest decisions are mulled over for extended periods of time. Of course, sometimes won’t go to plan and when we experience an unexpected outcome, we’re going to want to know why. We can only learn from our mistakes and move forward. Whereas resting in ignorance may result in us making the same mistakes over and over until our business runs into the ground. Read on for a complete guide to getting to the route of your problems and issues.

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What Can You Do To Make Your Business Stand Out?

Isn’t it one of the most classic questions of all? We all want our businesses to do well, to make an impression, to be the best compared to the rest. But what is that secret ingredient that’s going to help you stand out? Well, if we all had it, then nobody would stand out. So, that leads us to believe that you have to use your own personality, ideas, and tastes to create something entirely unique.

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How to Get on Top of Your Small Business Finances

As much as running a small business can (and should) be a fantastic experience, there are always those little issues which can cause stress levels to rise out of control.

Among all the possible reasons for stress and concern, financial worries must be the leader bar none.

Here’s a look at some quick and straightforward tips for helping to get on top of your small business finances and reduce that stress as much as possible.

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Are You Getting All You Can From Your Employer?

What does your job mean to you? Everyone has their own distinct and unique answer to this question, but whatever yours is you have to agree that it makes sense to get as much as you can from it. If you are able to get a lot out of your job, out of your employer, then you can say that it is much more valuable as an aspect of your life. But how much are you really getting from your employer, and your job in general? It might be that you think you are getting it all, but once you start to look into it it might appear this is not really the case. In this post, we are going to look at a few of the things you can do to get more out of your employer. [click to continue…]

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5 Tips to Turn Freelancing Into Full Time Income

There may be economic recovery in parts of the U.S., but it’s not being created by big business. According tp the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), 10.1% of total U.S. employment were self-employed. Since 2001 there has been a 14 percent increase in people who have become self-employed, with over 15 million self-employed workers in 2015. You know the saying, “If you can’t find a job, create one“. If you’re a creative freelancer who dabbles on nights, weekends and in your spare time just to make some extra money, this can be the time to up your game and make your freelance career your full time career. Turning your part-time freelancing into a full time business can be complicated, but it can be the most satisfying job you’ll ever have.

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