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The first one is "I'm not smart enough." But that's totally not true, right?

Far too many of us entrepreneurs want to be the “rock." We don’t want anyone to think we have any weakness. This means that we keep our problems and struggles to ourselves -- we even keep them from those we love.

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Consider adding some Gerbera daisies to your office, plus plenty of natural light and LED lighting.

In any company, no matter how large or small, time is money. Mastering the art of getting things done (a.k.a., productivity) thus proves very important to creating and maintaining success.

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Business Coaching for Women in Houston Texas

Recruiting and retaining good employees is a concern for every business owner. You want to keep your employees happy while also furthering their career. Engaged employees are more apt to work harder, perform better, and be easily motivated. Offering opportunities where your employees can learn and grow while on the job is an effective way to keep them engaged at work and provide them the ability to excel at their own pace. That’s why we asked 12 entrepreneurs from Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) the following:

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Growth Strategies for Small Business


Every business has contracts, with both customers and vendors. Contracts form the lifeblood of any enterprise, and they’re often a company’s single greatest economic asset. Yet, according to research by the International Association for Contract & Commercial Management (IACCM):

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The BUBL Method

Every customer is surrounded by an individual, invisible, protective bubble. This bubble should only be entered after receiving implied permission from the customer. I’ve mentioned this concept on these pages before, but it’s so essential that it seems ripe for a recap.

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Business Coaching for Women


Leadership skills — you know they’re important, but why do they sometimes fall short? Why is it easy to lead some people, but not others? Sure, some people aren’t willing to meet you halfway, but how do you reach a great employee who seems to shut down when you interact with him or her?

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