The Only Time That Change Doesn't Make You Better

Tom’s always liked cooking, and his friends have always backed him up on how good he is — especially some of his homemade pizzas. So he pulled together a few pieces and decided to open a pizza place. The first year of business was good. Lots of customers went to his restaurant to try his pizzas. But after a year, a taco place opened up nearby and was becoming popular. Their lines seemed longer and their business seemed more robust. As this was all happening, Tom was scrolling through Facebook…

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4 Money Tips for Small Business Owners

#Small #business #owners routinely face challenges when it comes to managing their cash, whether it’s dealing with their business’ off season to unexpected low business volume. If you already own a small business, or are thinking of starting one, here are some things to think about when it comes to managing your #money. Getting things squared away early on can give you peace of mind to spend time growing your business, instead of stressing over whether you’re making enough to pay your bills each month. 1. Know Your Credit Score If you’re looking…

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7 Common Issues That Hinder an Online User Experience

Having a website in the modern age can be rewarding as long as it is operated in the right way. Any website that doesn’t conform could find itself gathering virtual dust within the online sphere. It is believed that mobile-connected devices will account for 68 percent of all Internet traffic by 2017. While these kinds of numbers can be exciting for webmasters, websites that fail to offer the best possible user experience online will often fall by the wayside. In order to ensure the best possible user experience and a seamless…

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7 Ways We're Slowly Becoming Our Phones

In early 2014, Chief Justice John Roberts, writing on behalf of the Supreme Court in the landmark case of Riley v. California, noted that cell #phones had become “such a pervasive and insistent part of daily life that the proverbial visitor from Mars might conclude they were an important feature of human anatomy.” While this is a tickling and imaginative thought, it makes you wonder: do Justice Roberts’ comments actually hold any weight? Consider this: 91% of the US adult population currently owns a cell phone, of which 61% are…

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Get Productive: Do This One Thing And You’ll Never Look Back And Wonder Where The Time Went On Your Busy Days

Have you ever made it to the end of the day, looked #back and wondered where the day #went? You know you were #busy but what were you busy with actually? That’s what happens when we work in a reactive mode, simply responding to the wants and needs of everyone else. When we keep reacting passively to the demand from others, we get out of balance and will #never get our most important things done. If you want to get things done, you have to be intentionally PROACTIVE. Reactive vs Proactive The common…

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