Hiring the Right People Without Going Broke

The average startup faces a number of challenges in the effort to grow into a sustainable enterprise. The average CEO finds him or herself making colossal decisions on a daily basis during the first f...


4 Steps To Attracting Big Brands

Attracting big brands is an art and science. In the new economy, big brands are finally realizing that they have to keep their finger on the pulse of what their customers are paying attention to and d...


How To Fire A Bad Client as an Entrepreneur

Most successful entrepreneurs can point to a time when they were dealing with a client and things took a turn for a worse. A payment came in late. E-mails stop being returned. Requested materials were...


Creating Leverage on a Shoestring Budget

Leverage. We’ve heard the word tossed around by gurus, moguls, and business experts, but they conveniently forget to tell us how to create that leverage and what to do if we don’t have millions or...


3 Simple Rules for Selling in the New Economy

Every entrepreneur knows that the key to a thriving business is sales. Without it, cash flow dries up, checks turn to rubber, and heads roll. With it, few things are impossible. The challenge for most...


Networking That Works: 7 Secrets for Turning Connections into Cash

So we’ve all heard that your network determines your net worth, but how? I mean, you can swap business cards, “do lunch” and Facebook friend cool entrepreneurs you meet, but how do you turn con...


Dude, Where’s My Time?

“Don’t count every hour in the day, make every hour in the day count.” Time – it’s one of the most precious things a young CEO has and yet we often use it so carelessly. Between family, fri...