If you are a business owner or manager, you are faced with a never-ending deluge of decisions every day. Many are relatively routine operational choices that can be resolved or delegated quickly. Others are more strategic with potentially serious and long-lasting consequences. The Library can help and here's why-
Business Manager ranks number seven on the list of the top ten most stressful jobs compiled by CNBC. Taking care of your health with regular checkups plus a sensible diet and exercise program is important for you, your family and your business. Think you are fit? Here is a quick way to check.
One of the ongoing challenges of managing a business is to be aware of various trends and the long-term implications they have for your business. One trend that is not very visible is increasing life expectancy. How long are you or your children likely to live? A deeper investigation of the numbers provided in The 100 Year Life by Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott shows that since 1840 life expectancy has been increasing three months every year. Read what to expect.
This event will include educational presentations and panel discussions that help both new and existing businesses to recover, adapt and innovate. Read more
Learn how to grow your business, without increasing the time you work, by efficiently and effectively managing your time and delegating the work. Read more
Key topics will be addressed as it relates to finding the perfect home-based business to meet your lifestyle and goals. Read more
Nearly every successful entrepreneur had to quit a job at some point to make it. How do you know you’ve got the right idea, the right plan, and the right timing to make it stick? Read more
Learn some of the most important local SEO strategies you need to help your website rank higher and get found online. Read more
If you are wondering how to use LinkedIn properly so you can get noticed, build your 1st-degree connections, gain exposure, and boost revenue, tune in! Read more
The Small Business Administration has some key changes to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to ensure America’s smallest businesses get exclusive access. Read more