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5 Ways To Destroy Your Business

Tuesday, March 15, 2016 Mike Reddy



Business mistakes – every entrepreneur makes a few at one time or another. The point is not to make the same mistakes again and again but rather to learn from them and grow your business.

With that in mind, we have listed some sure fire ways to destroy your business in an attempt to help you avoid them!  Read More

Mobile Commerce – How It Affects Your Business

Wednesday, March 09, 2016 Mike Reddy



At the beginning of the new millennium, e-commerce boomed. Now, with the ever increasing market of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices, the playing field has altered once again.

And like it or not, mobile commerce has an impact on your business. It's up to you whether the effects are positive or negative.  Read More

Redefining Your Role

Thursday, August 06, 2015 Mike Reddy



As your business becomes more successful you may well find as the business owner that you are spreading yourself thin, perhaps getting lost in menial tasks and uncertain what your role is.

To be frank, small businesses no matter if they are successful or not, can really sap your time and emotional strength.  Read More

How To Create A Strong Password

Thursday, July 30, 2015 Mike Reddy



If you are like most small business owners, thinking about passwords may make your head want to spin. They are cumbersome to create, difficult to remember and a huge pain to deal with when forgotten.

But they protect everything you have worked for and therefore demand strength!  Read More

Why Business Owners Need To Be On LinkedIn

Thursday, July 23, 2015 Mike Reddy



“If you aren’t on LinkedIn you aren’t in business!” – Dan Sherman

Okay, granted he is the founder of the training program Linked Success, so he may be just a touch biased, but I do think he has a point!  Read More

Good Customer Service = Great Business Success

Thursday, July 16, 2015 Mike Reddy



Nobody (and no business!) is perfect. There will be angry, disgruntled and dissatisfied customers, no matter how flawlessly your business plan is executed.

Take control of the negative and you can seamlessly channel these into positives.  Read More