The recession has hit businesses hard, but the good news is franchising is showing some promising signs of recovery.
Tips for protecting you and your money from scam artists. First and foremost use google and search for the all speakers names with “scam” on the end.
People go through thousands of thoughts each day. It’s just a matter of deciding which things should remain in the brain and which ones are forgotten to be remembered another day.
Seth Godins blog gives us all a timely reminder of what can happen when businesses lie to get clients. In this case they unfortunately rang Seth Godin who has god-knows how many 100,000 of followers including me.
My point is, always have your ‘skin in the game.’ Keep your expenses down. Care about your costs. Don’t rest on your laurels…
Getting a good “fit” is important, but you will also need to know how to keep that relationship working once your business is going. Here are some tips for finding, and keeping, a business partner …
After Kinko’s was bought from Paul Orfalea in 2000 by FedEx, Kinko’s went from a paragon of “good profit” to an unfortunately great example of “bad profit”.
Somebody did a study of sales people who make over $250,000 and found out that the #1 reason for their success was SPEED OF EXECUTION.
Whether you’re running a business selling products to customers or delivering services to clients there will be a number of aspects of the way you operate that are key to your ability to function.