Supreme Court Decision to Uphold Healthcare Tax Credits a Boon for Entrepreneurship

John Arensmeyer, Founder & CEO of Small Business Majority, makes a statement on the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling June 25 to uphold the Affordable Care Act tax credits in federally-run health insurance marketplaces.

Making the Most of Your Advertising Budget

By Kayley Freshman-Caffrey 

Rising consumer spending has prompted companies to expand their marketing budgets to capture the greatest possible portion of an expanding customer base.

 Analyzing the markets for different types of advertising can help buyers decide how their media mixes should be composed.

The Home Office Becomes Mainstream

By Andy Roe

The concept of working from home or telecommuting has quickly gone from an experiment for many companies to part of the mainstream.

We’ve put together the following graphic to give you the whole picture of the “Home Office Revolution,” – where it’s going, the advantages and ways in which you can make it work for you and your business.

 
 

Rewire Your Brain for Business Success

How to Harness the Power of the Four Intelligences

By Valeh Nazemoff

Are you simply reacting to challenges at work, instead of proactively addressing them?

 A new approach called “The Four Intelligences” can serve as a life preserver to help us master the flood of information we receive every day. 

Blogs

John Canfield - Today's Featured HOME BUSINESS Expert

Learn from the Best Home-Based Business Experts!

 
John Canfield is a corporate coach who offers practical tools for strategic planning, collaboration, and innovation. Canfield has more than thirty years of experience working and consulting for organizations around the world. In The Good Thinking Series, Canfield shows business leaders how to improve organizational performance by supporting more deliberate and effective thinking. The Good Thinking Series is available at www.amazon.com. For more information, visit www.johncanfield.com.  Read John Canfield's Blog

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Internet Marketing Tips and Tricks for You

Don’t Miss Out On Bigger Income

By Frank O'Hara

Internet Marketing can be a great way to earn a substantial income. But unless you know how to be successful at internet marketing, you may be missing out on an even bigger income.

Time is More Than Money

Three Reasons to Positively Take Time Away

By Bobra Robinson

Here are some reactions I receive when I coach entrepreneur owners to positively take time away from work and my responses.

 

Tips on Making the Workplace More Productive for Women

Men and women should always be treated equally in the workplace. This doesn’t always happen in industries, especially in the business environment.

Here are some useful tips you might want to consider when striving for employee engagement.

Colorado Marijuana-preneur

Ganja Grower Takes the Organic Cannabis Market By Storm

By Shannah Carol

Ganja, pot, weed…whatever you call it, there’s no doubt that marijuana is becoming a major industry in Colorado and the other states it is legalized in. Colorado ganja grower Anthony Franciosi is making waves in the pot marketplace with his line of Ant’s Organic all-natural cannabis products.

Common Start-Up Struggles and Steps to Avoid the Traps

History tells us that start-up businesses struggle from both lack of strategic planning and organization and being more reactionary than proactive. The following is a three-tier approach that entrepreneurs should follow when first starting out:

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Business Start-Up

College Hot Sauce Experiment Becomes Small Business

By Sherilyn Colleen

How many people can turn a college hot sauce kit into a sustainable small business? It takes a rare type of person, but we know them as entrepreneurs.

Luckily for all hot sauce lovers, RisingHy owner Mike Konefal never gave up on his dream.

Office Technology

How to Become More Employable as Smart Machines and Robots Become More Prevalent

By Edward D. Hess

Technology is replacing real jobs and will continue to do so at a record pace over the next couple of decades.

We're accustomed to seeing this kind of thing in certain industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, and banking. But now, says Professor Edward D. Hess, technology will be coming for white collar jobs, too.

Success Stories

Engineering College Students Turn a Business Project into an Innovative Career

By Sherilyn Colleen

At Trine University, a small engineering school located in Northeast Indiana, five students were lucky enough to encounter a class project that not only applied to the “real world,” but also would turn out to offer them “real world” jobs.

Marketing

By Kayley Freshman-Caffrey 

Rising consumer spending has prompted companies to expand their marketing budgets to capture the greatest possible portion of an expanding customer base.

 Analyzing the markets for different types of advertising can help buyers decide how their media mixes should be composed.

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