The 9 Best Small Business Books to Buy in 2018

October 5, 2018By adminBalancesmb, Books, Business, Business Planning, Creativity, Inspirational No Comments

BY BEVERLY BIRD Updated September 20, 2018 We are committed to researching, testing, and recommending the best products. We may receive commissions from purchases made after visiting links within our content. Learn more about our review process. When author and media personality Dave Ramsey was once asked about five common habits shared by most millionaires, the first

10 Most Successful Women Entrepreneurs of the Decade

June 30, 2016By adminBusiness, Business Planning, Communication, Entrepreneur, Global, Inspirational, Investopedia, Leadership, Women Entrepreneurs No Comments

By Kristina Zucchi, CFA | Updated June 30, 2016 — 12:32 PM EDT Women have been paving the path for entrepreneurs in every industry for many decades. From Estee Lauder, who launched her cosmetics company (EL) in the 1940s and Ruth Fertel, who wanted to have the best steak restaurant–Ruth’s Chris Steak House (RUTH), to

How Startups can Scale Customer Service as They Grow

April 7, 2015By adminAustralia, Business, Business Planning, Commercialisation, Communication, Customer Service, Start Up Smart No Comments

STARTUPSMART  |  TUESDAY, 7 APRIL 2015  |  Daniel Scheltinga For startups, customer service is a vital part of becoming a successful business. But one of the biggest challenges of customer service is that almost as soon as everything is set up, things seem to change – platforms evolve, new collaboration methods emerge, and customer expectations

Steve Jobs Knew How to Run a Meeting: Here’s How He Did It

March 13, 2015By adminBusiness, Business Planning, Communication, Creativity, Entrepreneur, Global, Inc., Inspirational, Leadership, Team Management, Teams No Comments

At 31 years of age, Steve Jobs left Apple and started NeXT. Here’s an inside look at a company meeting, and what you can learn from it. BY JUSTIN BARISO  |   Founder, Insight@JustinJBariso Brilliant. Passionate. Overbearing. Impatient. Steve Jobs’s management style has been described in many ways, both positive and negative. Love him or hate him,