When you’re a small business, competition is one of the toughest hurdles to overcome. Between balancing your budget, finding talent to help you grow, the constant battle with technology, all while trying to figure out how to bring in new customers. Who has time to think about the competition? Of course, if you can’t compete,
Starting a small business is a dream come true for more and more Americans tired of the corporate life of long commutes, more extended hours, and battling through bureaucracy and office politics to advance their careers and earn more money. Of course, if owning your own small business was easy, everybody would be doing it.
Success doesn’t come quickly when you decide to take on the role of a full-time freelancer. Even if you’re one of the most talented professionals in your field of skill, relaying that talent to others, particularly those with needs that match your abilities, can be a painstaking, time-consuming process. All sorts of people are shifting
One of the best lines from Heath Ledger’s turn as the Joker in 2008’s “The Dark Knight” comes when the killer clown tells Gotham’s mafia bosses why he hasn’t put Batman out of commission yet. “When you’re good at something,” Ledger quips. “Never do it for free.” Now the Joker’s skill set is probably a
Deciding to become an entrepreneur can be an incredibly exciting time in your life. As an entrepreneur, you are able to take control of your future in a way that you may have previously considered to be impossible. However, simply having determination is usually not enough for you to be successful. In fact, recent studies
Ever feel like your business is competing for the same audience? Businesses are all using the same marketing channels, however, an overlooked one would be podcasts. Content creation is the golden fleece for every startup website in the world. Every entrepreneur focuses on content, drawing visitors in hopes of sending leads down the sales funnel.