Source: by Carolyn Rushefsky-Staten Island Advance When Doreen Zayer opened her massage-therapy business 11 years ago in the Staten Island Mall, she had to overcome lack-of-money fears, she said. Recently, the licensed massage therapist, founder and owner of Relax on Cloud Nine, a health spa in the Hilton Garden Inn, Bloomfield, and on Clove Road […]
Source: Miami Herald By Cindy Krischer Goodman Women-owned businesses seek ways to grow… About five years ago, I met Sharmila Melwani, mother of a toddler, who could whip up a batch of cookies so delicious she decided to make a business out of selling them. Like many moms, she launched her business from her home […]
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In today’s uncertain economy with ever rising interest rates, many small businesses with limited financial training are having problems staying alive, let alone prospering. In fact, 63% of new businesses don’t survive six years — and most work-at-home people fail within 6 months! The primary reason is bad cash management. Too many self-employed people neglect […]
With the current economy and market changes I certainly feel it is important to keep a positive attitude, be positive and focus on what’s working versus what isn’t working.
Businesses fail, and often. If you think you want to run your own business, but are not sure you can be a successful Entrepreneur, I am glad you are thinking about it…keep reading. How does an Entrepreneur think, act, and respond? Is your personality a fit for being an successful Entrepreneur? Do you have what […]
As small business owners we move fast, change courses and shift gears daily. Operating a small business demands that we have the ability to be flexible and change as needed.
BY ALICIA MARIE – Business Trainer and Coach Accountability is a buzzword in the business world right now. Unfortunately, most of us have negative understanding of the word. We often use the word as if it means blame and punishment. Therefore, we often attempt to avoid it. The truth is that accountability is unavoidable. […]
I have noticed that people who are very accomplished have a healthy relationship with failure. They embrace it, watch for it, learn from their mistakes