Category Archives: Small Business
Watching the local news and the national news creates an air of uncertainty to business owners. Here are some tips to work toward your goals during crisis periods and breeze through periods of doubt with your customers and your employees. … Continue reading
According to the Consumer Expenditure Survey from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, parents in the 25 – 34-year-old age group spent $5.2 billion on infant equipment, furniture and apparel. The 35 – 44 age group spent $3.4 billion. The two … Continue reading
Sometimes peace of mind can be discovered in counting blessings with a pot of tea and good friends. Ringing phones clash in your head like security alarms; order forms are strung up like holly garland; and the incessant ticking of … Continue reading
When Your Check Account Is Low, Make A “Determination Deposit” by Debra Paulk Calvin Coolidge said it best: “Nothing in the world can take the place of determination. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent; … Continue reading
If you must cut costs, do it surgically. Labor is most companies’ No. 1 cost; pay cuts should start at the top. “Equitable treatment builds understanding and acceptance.” Employee layoffs are self-defeating when an organization remains top-heavy. Ask employees where … Continue reading
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Learn classic Gift Basket Design from the industry’s originator and innovator — Debra Paulk Books and videos are available at www.gbreview.com Check Out These DVD’s: • The Four Basic Building Methods for Gift Basket Construction • Starting Out Right Gift … Continue reading
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