Archive for June, 2012

Bloginar Weekly Lesson Thirteen: Wrap-Up/Takeaways

Bloginar Weekly Lesson Thirteen: Wrap-Up/Takeaways

| June 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Is there a magical formula that makes one business successful while another fails? There are many ingredients that go into a winning business including a great idea, a great team, perseverance, a unique value proposition, and great leadership. You’ve likely witnessed this in your own company. All of these elements are important, but the ultimate […]

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Beth’s MSNBC Appearance – Better Your Business

Beth’s MSNBC Appearance – Better Your Business

| June 21, 2012 | 1 Comment

I’m excited share my latest clip on MSNBC’s Better Your Business talking about the value of working ON your business versus IN your business.

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Bloginar Weekly Lesson Twelve: Gaining Balance with Partnerships: Is it a Win-Win?

Bloginar Weekly Lesson Twelve: Gaining Balance with Partnerships: Is it a Win-Win?

| June 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

Forming solid partnerships can be very valuable and important for businesses, both large and small. However, good partnerships take time to develop, and require significant effort to sustain. A true partnership is a serious relationship between two parties that share common goals and have mutually agreed to join forces together to achieve something specific. Having […]

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Bloginar Weekly Lesson Eleven: Leading versus Managing

Bloginar Weekly Lesson Eleven: Leading versus Managing

| June 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

What’s the difference between a leader and a manager? A leader sets the tone and inspires as well as empowers his/her team to achieve the goal. A manager is often a key player in ensuring the plan is organized, coordinated and followed through and ideally shares the vision… but often doesn’t establish the vision for […]

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Bloginar Weekly Lesson Ten: Getting Out of Your Own Way

Bloginar Weekly Lesson Ten: Getting Out of Your Own Way

| June 4, 2012 | 1 Comment

Are you frustrated with the rate of growth your firm is achieving or have you hit the kind of plateau that emerging firms often experience? Perhaps you’re struggling to enter new markets, drive more revenue or increase profits, yet you’re stuck. Well, that plateau is much more common than you might expect, and the reason […]

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