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The Basics of Project Management for Teams

One of the most daunting tasks for a small business owner is often serving as a project manager and facing the responsibilities that come...
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What if Your Kids Don’t Want the Family Business?

There comes a point in every family-owned business when it’s time. After years of building a successful business, you’re ready to move on and...
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Get Government Grants for Small Business

One of the challenges of running a small business is to keep it funded. You can use your own savings, tap friends and family,...
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Firing a Family Member

Hiring a family member to work in your business offers some true benefits; you have someone on the team you can trust, you’ll get...
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Employee Reviews: Honesty is the Best Policy

One of the best things you can do for employees is provide honest feedback. It’s also good for business. That’s because it gets employees...
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The Upside of Taking Risks in Business

If you’re an entrepreneur, you’re no stranger to taking risks. After all, you already took a big one when you launched your business. If...
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Build a Strong Culture from the Road

On the road again? As an entrepreneur, owning your business gives you the freedom to pursue a passion for travel so you can explore...
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How to Attract Young Talent to Your Small Business

Looking for employees who share your small business passion? You’re in luck. Research from Fast Company found that 85 percent of today’s new graduates...
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Teaching Kids About the Family Business

What parent wouldn’t love to hear their child say, “I want to be just like you when I grow up.” Imagine them following in...

Managing Employees When They’re Family

It’s one thing to deal with an employee who is always late but what if that employee happens to be your brother-in-law? It isn’t...