2010 has been an extremely eventful year, full of learning, sharing and growing. The feedback, comments and traffic from the articles below have shown themselves to be the most helpful to readers. They are sources of encouragement, strength and empowerment. Use them to set the tone and foundation for a remarkable New Year!
9 Powerful Social Networking Sites for Women Entrepreneurs. Not just for women, this list of social networking sites provides women with connections and resources they need to build a
91 fundamental habits of highly motivated small. Use this list to keep the momentum and excitement of starting the New Year on the right foot.
31 of the best business books for solopreneurs and micro business owners. Business and personal transformation are equally important. One without the other is unsustainable. Use business books to expand your mind and hone your business skills.
35 ways to keep your clients YOURS. It’s not too late to give your clients the gift of ATTENTION. Use this list to find ways to provide your clients with an extraordinary experience.
5 Ways to Erase Daily Procrastination in Your Business. Increase your business discipline with daily practice. Prepare yourself to break old habits and cultivate new ones.
10 Smart and savvy small business questions for 2011. Proper planning prevents poor performance. Review and analyze the past, present and future direction of your business.
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