Category: Small Business Advice

Biz pitch techniques

4 Techniques to Help You Nail Your Next Business Pitch

Any business pitch is a challenge, whether you’re doing it in person or virtually. You need to get your audience to sit up and pay attention if you want them to be interested in your business and where you’re taking it. Pitches are hard to get right, but they often become easier with practice too.

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6 marketing mistakes to avoid

6 Marketing Mistakes to Avoid

Marketing, like anything, can be plagued by mistakes people make repeatedly. While some are big no-nos made without a thought process, others are oversights that can undo all of your hard work. But with marketing ever-changing and new and more effective methods hitting the market, what are the most critical mistakes you need to avoid,

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new biz owner misconception

New Business Owners Should Know About These 4 Common Misconceptions

There are some things that every business owner needs to know if they want to be successful – choosing products, filing taxes, finding customers, etc. There’s other information out there that is extremely important, too. When you’re a business owner, the last thing you want to deal with is misconceptions.  Most business owners, especially smaller

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Making Money at Home in 2024

Just because we’re in 2024 doesn’t mean people aren’t still looking to replace their income from their nine to five to something a little bit more flexible. In fact, the pandemic, which began 4 years ago, has shown us that we are able to work flexibly and smartly. Unfortunately, employers and office landlords haven’t caught

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Stop Trying To Do Everything Yourself: Delegate

Business owners often believe they need to do everything themselves to be productive. And in some industries, that’s the reality.  But in most, that’s not the case at all. Instead, entrepreneurs are essentially managers who move the means of production into the right places, including the people, capital, and expertise.  If you’re an entrepreneur, that’s

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