It’s once again my favorite time of year, National Small Business Week! For the entire week, there are a ton of free resources, webinars, and events both on the web and in your town. I’ll be celebrating National Small Business Week with #Smallbizchat LIVE from New York. It’s a video broadcast, on Facebook Live sponsored […]
This week marks a high holiday on the small business annual calendar. It’s the biggest celebrations for small businesses in the U.S. It’s National Small Business Week! All over the country, there will be meetups, workshops, Tweetchats, and free events to help business owners like you launch or grow your business. What’s National Small […]
I’m so excited to celebrate the Small Business Administration’s 2014 National Small Business Week. It starts today and continues virtually and in cities around the country. At part of the festivities, I’m hosting a special webcast event. I’m bringing my weekly Tweetchat #SmallBizChat to New York City as a live video interview talk show. During my […]
It’s National Small Business Month and here are some quick ideas to jumpstart your small business for the second half of this year. Have you updated your elevator pitch? When is the last time you sharpened your marketing plan? Do you have monthly sales goals? Are your business finances updated by the 15th of the month? Do you […]
America’s #1 Small Business Expert Joins the New York Times. I am excited to announce that I am joining the writing team at the You’re the Boss section of The New York Times. Premiering this May, my column on social media and small businesses will run weekly on the blog centered on small business ownership […]
7 Keys to Power Networkingï»¿ May 16th kicks off National Small Business Week aï»¿nd for the next seven to 14 days there are tons of events and awards ceremonies for small business owners which is a fantastic opportunity to meet and greet potential contacts. I keynote and speak at many conferences and small business events, […]
Starting a small business is not a 9 to 5 job. In the beginning your business owns you—you do not own it or your time.