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Category Archives: Business Operations
If you’re a business owner, it’s as important to review the year that’s ending as it is to prepare for the new year to come. For the last few weeks, I’ve been touching on some key activities to be sure … Continue reading
If You Slack, You Will Get Hacked: Tips to Prevent Account Hack Attacks, from One Who Learned the Hard Way
In my last post, I gave you some of those “we all know, we don’t all do” kind of reminders. Use long, illogical passwords with capital letters, numbers and special characters. Change passwords regularly. Don’t use the same password on … Continue reading
Show of hands: Who finds this quote highly relevant…and slightly convicting? I had to put my hand down to continue typing this blog post, but suffice to say this thought by Ben Franklin hits the mark with me today. My … Continue reading
Hello all! Stamps.com sent me a courtesy post featuring 5 ways small businesses can use technology to save money. I thought the list was pretty handy, so here it is for your reference. Are you already using any of these … Continue reading
“Licensed, bonded, insured.” It’s a phrase I’ve heard throughout my life but have never fully understood. Since so many business owners are sure to state that their companies are “licensed, bonded, insured,” I’ve always presumed this trifecta was the standard, … Continue reading
One reason I was hesitant to become my own business? The uncertainties of getting paid. When you’re on your own, there’s no pay day, per se. And if your business is your sole means of putting kibble in the bowls, … Continue reading