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25 09, 2014

The Next Generation Anything

By | 2014-09-25T17:42:32+00:00 September 25th, 2014|Blog, Business Advice|Comments Off on The Next Generation Anything

The next generation anything: any product or service delivered to the world is going to be the best dang collaborative team who can deliver the best dang product or service to anywhere from anywhere. This is a 50,000 foot view of where the world is headed. We are no longer small-town USA. Although your company [...]

18 09, 2014

Just Like Home

By | 2014-09-18T16:23:35+00:00 September 18th, 2014|Blog, Business Advice|Comments Off on Just Like Home

Lately I have been pondering the idea of home. Home to me is family, and everyone being accepted for who they are; it is comfortable. Like anything, It is also hectic with events and obligations. There are highs and lows. Such challenges and pressures are usually accompanied by solutions and laughter. It’s much like business. [...]

12 09, 2014

Misclassifying Workers Can Be Costly

By | 2014-09-12T15:09:39+00:00 September 12th, 2014|Blog, Business Advice|Comments Off on Misclassifying Workers Can Be Costly

Eliminating all those costs associated with employees and hiring independent contractors may save a lot of money, but it can also be a minefield. Just because you pay a worker like an independent contractor does not necessarily make him one. And if you are subsequently challenged on that classification by the IRS or your state [...]

2 09, 2014

Part 2: What Stage of Business Development are You?

By | 2014-09-02T12:20:08+00:00 September 2nd, 2014|Blog, Business Advice|Comments Off on Part 2: What Stage of Business Development are You?

Last week we left off with the 3rd stage of a business and this week we will talk about the next stages of the small business cycle. Stage 4 – Emerging As a small business you might be emerging into higher levels of complexity and strategy. Strategy is important at any stage of business but [...]