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Don’t Look Now Your Creative Small Business Might Have to Shift

By Rhonda Campbell For more than 70 years IBM ruled the computer market, introducing fully transistorized mainframes, floppy disks and personal computers at a time when other computer companies were still focused on developing large, bulky desktop computers for the … Continue reading

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CEO Featured on HGTV’s Mission Organization Gets Business in Top Working Condition

MEET JANET TAYLOR:   Janet Taylor has more than 23 years of management, marketing and administration experience. This CEO has displayed an innate tendency for order since childhood and since she started Totally Organized, LLC. As the owner of Totally Organized, … Continue reading

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Why Vision Matters as a Creative Small Business Owner

Although office workers at large and small businesses still banged out letters and memos on electric typewriters during the 1970s, word processors were starting to emerge. Dr. An Wang, co-founder of Wang Laboratories, had the vision to create some of … Continue reading

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Small Business Owners, You Might Be Wasting More Time Than You Think

By Rhonda Campbell While I worked for major corporations, I’d often lament the long hours I worked. There were weeks when I didn’t take a break long enough to hurry downstairs to the cafeteria to get lunch. I’d end up … Continue reading

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You Don’t Care About People and Everyone Can Tell

By Rhonda Campbell There are nearly seven billion people the planet. Clearly, that’s more than enough consumers to allow you to achieve your small business goals. But what message are you sending prospective customers? Take the time to consider the … Continue reading

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Small Business Owners Who Communicate with Confidence Succeed

As a small business owner, the ability to work and communicate with confidence (when you get bad reviews, others laugh at you, tell you that you should quit or stop supporting you) is paramount if you plan on operating a profitable small business. … Continue reading

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This Brooklyn New York Native is Bringing a World of Books to Global Readers

MEET Carol Rogers:  Carol and her business partner, Brenda, two literary and community dynamos, founded C&B Books Distribution in 1995. These two New Yorkers opened their first bookstore after they got a taste of bookselling success while visiting and selling … Continue reading

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