It was just about 30 years ago while working one of my first sales Jobs. I had returned to the office totally disgusted. Why? Because my prospect just didn’t “get it.” He said “no” despite the fact that the product would have helped him immeasurably. I was disgusted at my prospect for not understanding. Fortunately, […]
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Many of us are familiar with Rick Harrison from the hit reality TV show Pawn Stars and for years we’ve listened to him gripe about the amount of work he’s able to squeeze out of his son Corey and his employee ChumLee. But on his , it was the Affordable Care Act that took his […]
Published on October 24, 2014 More women are starting their own businesses only to find a different kind of pay gap. Small business expert Susan Solovic joins Tanya Rivero on Lunch Break.
Each year around this time I write an update for , my one-volume handbook on Internet law designed for lawyers who represent online businesses. As part of this update, I list what I consider to be the 10 most significant developments in Internet law over the past year. I devoted to four of these developments. Here […]
Every startup lucky enough to get some traction gets to the point where they decide to hire some “regular employees” for sales, marketing, and administrative tasks. Then they are surprised to see productivity and creativity take a big dip. What they should be doing is hiring only “entrepreneurs,” meaning people who think and act as […]
My parents were in business for themselves and they wanted nothing more than for me to go to college, get a good job with a big company, and work there until I retired with a gold watch and a nice pension. While I tried to live the life they envisioned for me, two forces came […]
Published on October 23, 2014 Join THE Small Business Expert, Susan Solovic, in this podcast on legal tips for freelancers is . Weltman has been a tax and business attorney since 1977. She has the knowledge entrepreneurs need to get ahead and stay ahead. Whether she’s writing books on small business taxes, legal issues for […]
Published on October 23, 2014 The seemingly ubiquitous nature of social media and the expansion of digital consumption has left marketers with a dizzying array of options to consider when attempting to reach consumers. Consumers have embraced new channels with a penetration that marketers a decade ago could not even imagine. According to , 74 […]
Start Your Own Blog Have you been toying with the idea of starting your own blog, but aren’t sure where to begin? Sure, the web can be a great source for information, but sometimes too much information can be a bad thing. Need help crawling out from the mounds of articles threatening to overwhelm you […]
Are you planning for a mild winter, or a long, cold and snowy one? Before we get into the details of what I want to share with you, I’d like to ask one more question: What do you think is the most important word in my first question? If you think it’s one of the […]