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10 Ways to Trick Yourself Into Saving Money

Saving money isn’t that hard. What’s hard is keeping money saved.

 

It’s too easy to cut expenses in one area only to spend more somewhere else. Sticking cash into savings won’t help if it comes right back out again. What you need are some ways to trick yourself into saving money that actually last. Such as:

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Why Your Team Is More Important Than Your Business Strategy

Finding the Right Leader for the Right Market

 

Have you ever worked for a total jerk? If so, how much did it matter to your day-to-day happiness that the business was a success?

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Why You Should Fire Your Worst Client

Difficult clients can sap your energy.

 

Every small business has them: The problem child. The screamer. Mr. or Ms. Picky. The scope-creep king. The late payer.

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The 7 Biggest Appointment Making Mistakes Your Small Business Can Easily Avoid

How can you learn to recognize and fix these mistakes?

 

Many small businesses, including hair salons, family doctors, and pet grooming services, rely on appointments to keep their businesses running. The more appointments you can get, and the more reliably you can get them, the better. In today’s world, appointment scheduling happens 24/7. In fact, 40 percent of online scheduling happens after hours, typically through an online portal.

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How Being Resourceful Creates Opportunities

Mine your natural resources for uncommon results. 

 

Resourceful people think outside the box and visualize all the possible ways to achieve things.

A firm needed a researcher. Applicants were a scientist, an engineer and an economist.

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Here's How Highly Successful People Generate Their Own Good Luck

More than a dozen founders and executives share their advice on how to open more doors than everyone else.

 

It can be tempting to look at successful people and think they've been luckier than everyone else. Maybe. But more likely they're just better at creating opportunities and opening doors. Here's advice from more than a dozen high-achieving executives on how to do it.

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