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How to Be A Hardworking Professional Without Sacrificing Your Personal Life

In a world of hyper-communication, when having a mobile phone, PC and other such hi tech devices means you never really leave the office, as emails and other data sweep in from your office constantly even when you’re at home, it’s hard to detach from work. Increased responsibilities, competitive corporate environments and intense job demands means it is often hard for employees to stop working, relax and take time to have their own personal life, dedicating time to the hobbies and people they love. Here’s how to be hardworking but not sacrifice your personal life.

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Virtual Office for Legal Professionals

Law firms (large and small) and solo legal practitioners alike can use virtual office services and spaces to run their entire legal operations or as a supplement to a home office or traditional brick-and-mortar offices. Virtual office services can be particularly useful during trial preparation
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3 Crucial Money Mistakes to Avoid

When it comes to money mistakes there are a lot of factors to consider, but the number one obvious rule of thumb is that if you don’t start focusing on making wise decisions in regards to your money then you will inevitably increase the chances of making money mistakes. The good news is that if you have the time and discipline to make a difference, there are many straightforward ways to ensure excellent financial health and achieve your financial goals. What is most important is that you make a plan to avoid money mistakes and an effort to incorporate shrewd money decisions into your daily routine. Here are our top 3 money mistakes.

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Traveling Entrepreneur

As business people and entrepreneurs continually strive to grow their business, doing so frequently involves traveling around the country to attend networking or tradeshow events, meeting clients and prospects on their own turf, and getting some face-time with colleagues, contractors or employees who may operate in a remote location. Preparation
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Outside Investment - Is Your Company a Candidate?

Every entrepreneur needs to raise capital at some point in time, as a business requires a large cash injection to get off the ground and even survive long-term. Crowd-funding, social media and other new avenues to getting media attention and capital make it is easier than ever to launch a startup, but investment capital has become increasingly competitive as a large sea of companies vie for the attention of angel investors and venture capitalists. Crowdfunding platformFundable reports that investors or venture capitalists fund less than 1 percent of startups, whereas 57 percent of startups receive loans or credit, and another 38 percent are financially supported by family or friends. The issue is not that investment firms don’t want to invest in startups, or that they lack the capital, overall the larger problem is that many companies just aren’t a suitable candidate for outside investment. Here’s how to determine if you startup is.

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Virtual Office Eguide

Have you ever wondered why some small businesses are successful and others are not and what do these successful companies do to gain an edge over their competition? Through our years of experience
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Key Signals You Should Turn Down a Franchise Opportunity

Any successful entrepreneur needs to know how to say no and walk away. If you want to make big bucks in business, you must be ready to grab opportunities but you also mustn’t be afraid to turn them down. The key to finding the perfect franchise opportunity is not just to acquiesce to anything that comes your way but to do your due diligence and make sure you fully evaluate every potential franchise opportunity beforehand. It is likely that you will have to turn down multiple deals before you find the right one for you.

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What is the SBA & How to Leverage it For Success Part 1

For entrepreneurs and small business owners, navigating the tricky terrain of creating a sound business plan, forecasting for growth and developing an operative growth strategy can be a major challenge. Fortunately, American entrepreneurs and operators have access to one of the most effective resources in the worldwide market...

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Realistic Tips to Pay Off Your Debt

Nobody wants to be up their eyeballs in debt, but it can be an inevitable outcome of university education, a tough couple of months, or simply being in business. The bad news is that the longer you stay in debt, the more interest you may have to pay. The good news is that debt needn’t be permanent; if you are dedicated and savvy you can pay it off quickly and forget it ever existed!

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What is the SBA & How to Leverage it For Success, Part 2

Navigating the complex terrain of creating a sound business plan, forecasting for growth and developing an operative growth strategy can be a challenge for entrepreneurs and small business owners. Fortunately, American entrepreneurs have access to one of the most effective resources in the world via the Small Business Administration (SBA).
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Here’s Why Business Founders Should Pay Themselves

As a business founder, it may be tempting to reinvest every dollar you make back into your startup. However this is not a wise idea. When business founders make the mistake of paying themselves zilch, anticipating that one day they’ll be able to suddenly draw millions when business is booming, they cause themselves nothing but trouble. The truth is that the magical day when business is booming may not come, especially if you plan to expand your business. There will no doubt always be bills to be paid, investments to make, new equipment to buy or staff to pay. Although for a while you may need to sacrifice your salary, you shouldn’t do so indefinitely. As a business founder you should pay yourself once your company has grown sufficiently. Here is why you need to start taking a salary.

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What is the SBA & How to Leverage it For Success, Part 3

Congratulations! You have gotten your small business up and running. Now what? This part of our four-part series on leveraging the Small Business Administration to help you launch and manage a small business will focus on the operational aspects of running a business. Whether you need leadership strategies, day-to-day decision making skills
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What is the SBA & How to Leverage it For Success Part 4

Understanding marketing and sales as well as the technical complexity of our Internet-driven society gives entrepreneurs a distinct advantage over the competition. This final segment of our four-part report will take a deeper dive into the logistics and philosophy of marketing and sales and their impact on your business success.
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3 Tools for Generating Blog Content Ideas

Regularly producing blog posts and posting them on your website, then promoting them using social media has become an integral part of marketing for any successful business these days. If you own a website but don’t blog regularly you need to start, or if you started blogging but ran out of ideas and stopped, then you need to resume writing blog posts. Not being able to think of any good topics to write about is not an excuse. Of course everyone struggles with generating new ideas to write about, but nowadays there aretoolsto ensure you never run out of material for blog posts. Here are 4 amazing tools to help you write your blog posts.

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DIY Marketing Tools

If a business isn’t marketing, its potential customers are not finding it. Small to medium size businesses often struggle with spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on marketing. New DIY marketing tools, however, have eliminated the need to spend astronomical amounts on online and traditional marketing. These tools
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4 Tech Tasks Small Business Should Outsource

Outsourcing, when done right, can save a business time and money. By outsourcing the right tech tasks, your staff will have more time to focus on more important tasks, thereby improving productivity and profits. However not every tech task should be outsourced; if the wrong jobs are outsourced it could end up costing you more time and money rather than less. In order to work out which tech tasks you should outsource and which should stay in-house, read this article to find out more.

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