Best Small Business Ideas to Start in a Bad Economy – 4 Top Choices in Demand
The recent economic downfall has left many individuals bankrupt and without any work. While there are many who depend on the government to help them out of this predicament, there are also those who are looking for new opportunities where they can arise from. One way they can do this is by looking at the best small business ideas to start in a bad economy. By doing so, they can get the financial freedom they need out of their current condition.3 Things You Can Do to Inspire Your Business
For many small (and large) businesses, it can be tough to weather the storms of a down economy. Businesses must rely on creativity and efficiencies in order to maintain sustainability. Here are 3 ways to help inspire your business to keep it headed in the right direction:Why I Am Not Anti-Boyfriend – And the President Is Not Anti-Business
My daughter just turned sixteen last week. And to make matters worse, she’s got The Boyfriend. The first serious Boyfriend. This is a tough thing to deal with when you’re a dad. And it’s not that I don’t like the young man. And no, I’m not nervous that she’s a 10th grader and he’s a senior. Or that he drives a convertible Mustang. Or that he has a tattoo of a dragon on his back. I’m not against my daughter going out with boys. It’s just that I’ve never had this experience before. Now I know how the President feels. Particularly when it comes to the economy. Is President Obama anti-business? Writing as a small business owner and (hold on to your hats) a Republican I say: of course not. No more than I’m anti-Boyfriend.Why the SBA’s New Loan Program Stinks
It’s tough to qualify for this $35,000 offer unless you’re in immediate danger. Better to bite the bullet than take a stopgap handout.The Four Phases of Small Business Strategy Planning
The best, most refined, and most successful strategy model has evolved from ancient China, was updated in Prussia, and has slowly been creeping into the business world. There are four steps to the process and I prefer to keep them all under the strategy umbrella to help leaders reach the planned outcomes. The iterative sequence is: setting goals, planning, actions, and outcomes.