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Talk to Your Customers the Same Way You Talk to Friends

A funny and wise Dr. Seuss once said, “Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind.” Such a quote couldn’t be farther from the truth in the business world. Often times, we feel we have to project a particular image in order to be taken seriously in the business world. Problem is, that image often backfires, and we realize that we are better off just being who…

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Want to Increase Revenues? Convert to a Recurring Model

In the business world, we all have the same basic goal – to make money. And then to make more of it. While there are a variety of ways to increase your revenue, one that you may not have considered before is to set up…

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Stop Booking Revenue Before You Do The Work

You are really screwing the pooch when it comes to accounting. One of the worst mistakes you can make in small business accounting is to book revenue before the work is done. Don’t book revenue before the work is completed. You will screw up the books and it makes it harder to track the… Read More

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The Best Moonlighting Jobs As An Entrepreneur

We all know starting a business isn’t easy. Sometimes You need to get a second job to help support the start-up. Here is a list of jobs that may help with a second revenue stream. Read More

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VIDEO – Mike's Vlog on The Bottom Line

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Get Real About Your Bottom Line

Who is more successful? Bill and Melinda Gates or this father and son:

Over the past thirty years, Dick Hoyt and his son Rick have completed hundreds of races, including more than sixty-five marathons, more than two hundred triathlons, and six Ironman races. This is an amazing feat for anyone, but when you take in to account the fact that Rick was born a non-speaking spastic quadriplegic with cerebral palsy, it’s downright miraculous. Read More

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