SMALL BUSINESS

Business Exit Strategy 101
By: Lisa Wynn

I started my dream business of a tea shop several years ago with stars in my eyes. My friend and I signed a three-year lease and were handed the keys. We were simply giddy. After several weeks, she announced it was more of a time commitment than she could give. I quickly found an employee to help run the business. After six months, she too decided it too was more work than she had planned.

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5 Ways to Cash In on Your Feminine Strengths
By Linda Hollander, The Wealthy Bag Lady

You were born with the ability to make your dreams into reality. Being a woman is your base of power, not your weakness. Women entrepreneurs are the fastest growing segment of the economy. We are starting businesses at twice the rate of men and claiming our true economic power.

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Milestones are ideal opportunities to gain attention and more
Becky S. Wilson

Noting the high failure rate of businesses during their first few years of existence, companies who are reaching their 10-year, 25-year, or 50-year mark have an accomplishment well worth celebrating.  While some companies commemorate their anniversary with just cake and punch, savvy businesses, both large and small, are discovering that bringing attention to such milestones can draw positive attention about their continued success.

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Timeless Entrepreneurial Success Tips
by Patty DeDominic

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