Business & Economics, Small Business
Scoreboard Your Practice
7 Numbers to Understand Your Design Firm's Financials by Rick J. Linley
Are you an architect, engineer, interior designer, landscape architect, planner, or other design professional? Do you currently lead or aspire to lead a small or midsized design firm? Do you want to know just enough about financials to effectively ...
How to be a Pink Flamingo in a Brown Duck Pond
Painting the Sky by Lynn Larson Armstrong
Told through a metaphorical language of ducks and flamingos, poetry, business and yoga, How to be a Pink Flamingo in a Brown Duck Pond is a journey that begins with the wind to Nirvana, into the Belly of the Great Whale, through the Rain of Nails, ...
How to Survive as a Freelancer in the Writing Game - and other Equally Dodgy Professions by Robin Brunet
For those of you starting a career or considering a different one: freelancing is the current rage and may be your best option. But only maybe. Dirty Truths examines what it takes to jam your foot in the door of self-employed opportunity, force it ...
The Turning Point
A Complete Guide to Strategically Set Up, Effectively Manage, and Effortlessly Take Your Business To The Next Level by James A. Guitard
You’re starting a new venture but can’t seem to catch any traction, or you’re in business for years but never able to get ahead. Something needs to change… Are you ready for a Turning Point? THE TURNING POINT offers practical ideas for the key ...
Find your dream office without breaking the bank. by Andrea Davis
When it comes to leasing commercial real estate, the landlord is the seasoned pro and you, the typical business owner, are a rank amateur. If you’re a business owner, doctor, lawyer, dentist, mortgage lender, dance studio owner, or entrepreneur and ...
The Strawberry Lounge Story
How I got over my fears, dumped my excuses and opened the business of my dreams, the Motherpreneur way by Christina Waschko
Don't we all have a big, scary dream? Mine was to own a coffee shop in the Caribbean! For seventeen long years I told myself I was either too young, the timing wasn't right, or the money wasn't enough. When I became a mother, starting my own ...
Winning the One Man (or Woman) Show
Owning a Jobness and retiring early! by Kelley T Kemp
Countless numbers of people dive into the world of self-employment only to discover that they own a job. A few of these brave (or crazy) people grasp the concept of working for retirement, maximizing the best clients and delivering above average ...