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MANAGING SMALL PROJECTS, NOT AS EASY AS YOU'D THINK!
Some people think that managing small projects is easier than managing big projects. They are right, unless the economies of the scale require you to managing a number of these small projects at the same time. In that case, handling a small project is lot harder than handling a big project. Small projects even though mostly overlooke... More
Ten Great Ways to Sell More
Whether you have a retail store, online business or sell wholesale merchandise you always need more sales. And this article will help you with some great tips! ... More
DESIGNING YOUR PRINT BROCHURE. CATALOGS ARE NOT DEAD!
Creating a brochure for your business is not just about designing and printing all of the needed information about you and especially your business. It is also not just about translating and handing out all the needed details with regards your business to your customers and targeted clients. Furthermore, it you do not have to cram all i... More
Be Persausive, Not Pushy
When you are selling your products to clients, you don't want to be pushy about it, you want to be persuasive. This is true whether you operate a ... More
Insure Your Home-Based Business
Home-based businesses are booming.   About 36.6 million businesses operate from U.S. households, according to the Home Based Business Institute. And the S... More
How To Speak To Customers Properly
One of the greatest things about the current home based business industry is that people from all walks of lif... More
COLLECTING A LEGAL JUDGEMENT. WINNING THE CASE IS JUST THE BEGINNING!
You won your judgment and now it’s time to be repaid. Judgment enforcement requires a lot of time and money. If possible, you should try and settle with the debtor. Some debtors will never settle, and some are scoundrels. But if settling is an option, consider settling for 50% of what is owed. (It may cost you that much to enforce over... More