My questions is – Are you watching either? As small business owners often responsible for ALL aspects of the business, it may be easy to “forget” to review the business’ financial figures. You may have a feeling things are not going as well as you’d hoped – who wants to see that? Or – theContinue reading ““Watch the Pennies and the Dollars Will Watch Themselves””
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National Nonprofit Day – The G.R.O.W. Story (Chapter One)
In honor of National Nonprofit Day, I wanted to share the story of how, within four short months, a Facebook group started by three individuals with a few ideas for helping the local Buffalo, New York business community, grew to over 1000 members and became a nonprofit organization with big future plans to support theContinue reading “National Nonprofit Day – The G.R.O.W. Story (Chapter One)”
Is your business idea a good one?
I often speak with people who want to start a business but question whether their idea makes sense. Thank goodness they usually ask this early on before spending tremendous amounts of time and income on a business idea that might just end up not making sense – or income. Laxative Potato Chips anyone? 🤢
December – National Write a Business Plan Month!
December – my favorite month! · The beauty of the start to winter · The joy of the holiday festivities · College basketball season getting into full swing. (Go UB Bulls! 🏀💙🤘) · Birthday celebrations (Mom, Husband, Godson, Mine!) In my professional geekdom, however, the best part is that the entire month is devoted to my work as DecemberContinue reading “December – National Write a Business Plan Month!”
Small Business Saturday – Not Just for Retail!
Wow – if ever there was a shopping season, this is it! How many ads have you seen already today online, in the newspaper, and in store windows? On top of that, today is Small Business Saturday.
3 Months, 2 Goals, 1 Checklist – 2019 Home Stretch!
We are down to the wire for 2019 and into 4th quarter. Feeling great about your business? When 2019 began, hopefully, you made your strategic plan for the year. At the very least, you set some critical annual goals for yourself. Now – nine full months completed – how are you coming?