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Entrepreneurship in Uncertain Times - Part 3

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Entrepreneurship in Uncertain Times - Part 2

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Entrepreneurship in Uncertain Times - Part 1

 

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Investing in Yourself without Money: The Power of Thought

Written by: Pete Donahue of GreenPete LLC

Before we start, let me first advise you that I am not a blog writer, nor am I an English teacher or grammatical wizard.  If proper punctuation throws you off and causes your mind to drift, I would ask that you read the following blog post for its content, not its grammar.  You may find misplaced semicolons or commas, but I prefer to type as I speak the words, so I apologize in advance for any errors.  Thank you.

Oftentimes, when speaking of investing, we immediately think of a financial transaction involving the physical or electronic movement of money.  When you hear the term “investing in yourself” what is the first thing that pops into your mind?  Is it spending money on trade-pertinent training material?  Is it spending money on travel in order to attend seminars or expos?  Or perhaps it is spending money on trips that allow you to relax, clear your head, or spend quality time with...

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Social Media Promotion for Service Based Businesses

Do you still doubt the power of social media? Well, it’s natural to wonder the benefits of social media for your service-based business. There are more than 2 billion people who use social media worldwide. So you already have your customers there, you need to do marketing of your brand which is no doubt a crucial part. 

Selling a service is not an easy job, especially when you don’t have a visible product to showcase. It can be hard to show off and talk about how valuable your product is when the customers can test it. 

The service-based business has to be very creative to attract more people. You have to plan strategic marketing to promote your business. In this post, we are going to show you some creative ways to promote service-based business on social media. 

Ways to use social media to grow your business

1. Testimonials 

As a small business owner of a service-based business, you need reviews and recommendations to grow your business. Having...

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Recruit Quality Employees for Your Small Business

Hiring employees is always a huge concern for most small business. Employees are always changing jobs and are becoming incapable of staying in a position. Economists now suggest that trends will add to a lack of  employees - and small businesses will feel the effects. According to research, the labor force is getting smaller, as more people are leaving the labor market.

So how can a small business owner go about their recruitment process, get the best candidates, and as keep them? Let's look at 7 tips that will help in that regard.

1.   The salary offer should match the going rate

If you're to attract quality employees, you need to make that sacrifice of paying a matching salary. You could focus only on the top and vital positions at the initial stage. It's a no-brainer that the quality candidates will always go for the best offer in the market. 

If you're to fix a salary that's not up to that of your competitors, you may lose out on your target employees. Do...

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Grant Cardone's 10 X DOES NOT WORK for many small businesses & ESPECIALLY contractors

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Presentation: Now I'm going to ask you guys to do something a little different for me. Stand up if you've ever had a bad day. A bad day stand up. I want to see who can relate. Okay, now if you guys are standing up on this next question if you've ever had a bad job stay standing so if you've never had a bad job, go ahead and sit down. Okay, alright, how about you come to the end of a quarter, a business quarter, and you say that[inaudible 00:00:30] sucked, alright. So if you ever had a bad quarter, stay standing. Okay, now look around a little bit we have almost everybody here still standing. Last question that I hope every single one of you can sit down at, but you probably won't, stay standing if you've ever had a bad year. An entire year, where at the end of the year you go what the hell happened to my business? How come I owe more money to the IRS then I have in my bank account? If you've ever felt like that, that's why I'm here. Go ahead and...

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He's landing $100,000 jobs - he's 21 years old!

My buddy Keith Kalfas went to the Grant Cardone 10x conference & met a kid thats landing Job after job-each one over $100,000. He decided to interview him. Here it is.

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Commercial Rooftop Drainage Solution

 

So, we've been called out to take a look at a commercial drainage project, and I want to walk you through what the solution is. So, I'm going to start at the end of this line. We've got a large commercial building. We have four points on this building, which really, technically, isn't enough.

So, a lot of water is coming out at two points on the left side of the building and two points on the right side of the building through what's called a "scupper," which is basically a roof drain that will discharge towards the top. And this water will rush out of the top of the building onto the ground like a waterfall.

Once that water flows down this way by gravity on top of the surface, there is a large drain basin existing in the ground. That drain basin is right about here, about 10 feet behind me. And that drain basin discharges with a six-inch corrugated pipe that only comes partially the way down the hill.

And it has to run over all of this dirt and gravel area before it hits the...

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