Entrepreneuring

Startup Business Ideas, Strategy and Planning

As an entrepreneur, you most likely wear many hats in your day-to-day work. Figuring out how to juggle all of the tasks you have to do, while still maintaining a life outside of work can be a challenge. Entrepreneuring articles focus on you, the entrepreneur, and how you can strengthen your areas of weakness when it comes to business and keeping a healthy work-life balance.

Stay Clear of these Work-From-Home Scams

The flexibility that working from home offers appeals to many of us. We like the idea of setting our own hours and saving on commuting costs. However, many unscrupulous companies prey on our desire to work from home with scams. In 2010, that latest year for which statistics are available, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) received more than 8,192 complaints from consumers … [Read more...]

How to Create a Successful Skilled Trades Business

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) Occupational Outlook Handbook, not only are jobs in skilled trade industries—which include any business centered around electricians, carpenters, welders, bricklayers, plasterers, plumbers, masons, or any other skilled trade—growing, many are growing at an “as fast as average” or “much faster than average” rate. Case in … [Read more...]

How to Start a Parking Lot Business

With the increasing number of personal vehicles roaming the streets, starting up a parking lot business might seem like a profitable business venture. However, as with every business venture, there are key considerations you need to take into account in order to ensure a successful and affluent future. People are in growing need of a place to park, however finding the right … [Read more...]

The Bookshelves Of Fearless Women In Business

A recent study decided to investigate wealthy and successful people. What underlying factors contributed to success? Were wealthy people born with a certain set of traits that would eventually equate to success? As it happens, the study found that financially successful people shared one special habit: a voracious appetite for reading. Warren Buffett spends 80% of his day … [Read more...]

How One Pediatric Speech Therapy Business is Using Their Brand Personality to Connect with Clients

As a small business owner, it can be an ongoing struggle to compete with larger companies with bigger marketing departments and budgets. You may feel like everything you’re doing to try to get your company’s name out there is getting buried in all of the advertising “noise”. So what’s a small business to do? The answer is to use your “uniqueness” to your … [Read more...]