Small Business

Networking Works IF You Work It!

January 30, 2018 Steve Isaacson

Networking is the art and science of meeting people and building relationships that can benefit your business or career. Few people would argue that networking is not a viable way to increase your business. But […]

Challenges

The Winter of My Discontent

January 8, 2018 Adrian Miller

I admit it. It’s only January and I’ve gotten pretty sick of winter. It’s been particularly nasty here in New York and it’s dragging me down, to the point where sitting at my computer and […]

Business

The New Entrepreneurial Woman

January 2, 2018 Monica Bennett

The world is changing and moving faster than ever before. As women entrepreneurs we feel the ticking off of the clock more than most. It is important that we stay up to pace with the […]

Challenges

My Mom Wasn’t An Entrepreneur

November 30, 2017 Adrian Miller

My Mom was definitely not an entrepreneur. During her long life she held only two jobs, and in both she worked as a bookkeeper. Her first employer was a slightly unscrupulous company with owners who […]

Challenges

Entrepreneurship Is Not For Sissies

October 31, 2017 Steve Isaacson

Being in business for yourself can be a “long and winding road” with many bumps along the way. I started working in my dad’s bindery, while teaching myself about the printing business and computer graphics. […]

Challenges

You Can Fire Clients, But Should You?

October 24, 2017 Sean O’Rourke

Run your own business long enough and you will have ample opportunities to fire clients. Whether they’re not paying, or there’s a personality conflict, to numerous other reasons; firing a client is a fairly common […]

Day job

Entrepreneur – To Be Or Not To Be

February 24, 2017 Steve Kent

You are comfortable in your full-time role, working a somewhat normal work week, and things are just fine. But something deep inside is telling you there is another, unexplored option you want to take a […]