A commonly unpopular part of business ownership is the numbers. Too many entrepreneurs avoid opening their bookkeeping and looking at their profit & loss or analyzing their margins or getting a clear picture of cash flow. This isn’t true for everyone, of course. But many small business owners aren’t the type who love digging into the numbers.
One of the harder things in business can be the difficult conversations you need to have once in a while. Some personalities really struggle with having to talk to employees, partners, or contractors about challenging topics. But, done well, these conversations open the doors to greatness.
When you have a new business, money can be tight. But marketing still needs to be done if you hope to be successful. So how do you market for cheap or free?
Business owners are very familiar with being stressed and overwhelmed. It’s accepted as part of entrepreneurship. But maybe there’s something you can do to beat it!
It’s presumed that every business needs to be on social media. But why? What is the intent? Kelli-Rae and Lane talk about what social media is good for.