Tag: small business consultant

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Entrepreneur Interview – Nicole Martinez

Nicole Martinez is the author of “Midday Meditations”, “Spring Dream”, “The Logan’s Tree”, and the upcoming release “Intentional Business”. She is owner of Heart of Ink Publishing and director of the Believers in Business community. She devotes much of her time as a speaker and small business owner consultant.

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4 Compelling Reasons to Throw Office Parties

The term “office party” can conjure images of lackluster break-room gatherings or stuffy dinners. However, office parties can provide valuable opportunities for you and your employees. There are several compelling reasons for having an office party.

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Do You Have a Succession Plan for Your Business?

Business stock distribution is normally determined early on in a business and is included in either the bylaws, operating agreement, term sheets, or some other formal agreement. Usually, stock distribution is reserved for founding partners, board members, and investors. However, business owners should also consider making stocks available to other deserving individuals within the company to include board appointed successors as well.

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Tricks for Creating Company Parties for All Ages

Company parties are a part of business for most every industry. Not only do they foster better culture and bonding on all department levels, but having a fun outlet like this can help boost employee morale. Including a chance for your employees’ families can help increase connections.

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What Happens When You’re Consistent in Your Business?

Many people start a business and then give up too soon. They ask a couple of people for sales, then they give up when they don’t get as many as they’re hoping for. The reality is that it takes being consistently consistent and a lot of asking to get to those large sales numbers that everyone talks about as being possible.