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Practical Business Building Tips – Discover 2 Actions You Need To Grow Your Business Faster

by Linda Feinholz May 14, 2009

Small Business Owners often miss using 2 key actions that can accelerate their business growth with ease. Most often, they miss using these actions because they’ve never seen anyone else do them either. It usually come from the silos that most businesses use to get things done ‘efficiently.’ Everyone has specialized and only come together […]

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Entrepreneur Tips – Discover How To Build Your Business Right, Or Else

by Linda Feinholz May 11, 2009

Entrepreneurial business building can bring you endless waves of profit, freedom and fun, when you do it right. That is where the title of this article comes from – “build your business right… or else.” Or else what? One of the challenges of entrepreneurial business is that there are lots of ways to do it […]

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Home Business Management Tips – Can You Create A High 6-Figure Business?

by Linda Feinholz April 21, 2009

One of the greatest misconceptions about home-based businesses is the idea that there is an upper limit to the income you can create. Back in the olden days (just a little while ago) the image many people held of home based businesses was that they were for those who wanted to scrape by and make […]

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Small Business Marketing – Repurposing Your Know How Increases Your Expert Status

by Linda Feinholz April 13, 2009

If your goal is to grow your business, there are several ways to make sure you are getting the best bang for your marketing buck. Rather than trying to be known for everything you do for your customers focus your marketing using these steps: 1. Pick a single topic – Yes, I know you’re expert […]

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Business Management Tips – Can You Really Boost Productivity 20 Percent In A Day? (Yes, You Can!)

by Linda Feinholz April 5, 2009

I’ve said this many times about business productivity: “Change One Thing, And You Can Change It ALL!” Your products, your services, your customers, your team, your personal productivity. 20 Percent More Productive In A Day “Come on Linda, that’s not really possible, its it?” Not only possible, not as hard as you might think. Here […]

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New Year’s Thoughts & Plans

by Linda Feinholz January 1, 2009

Thank you all for your New Year’s wishes! One of the things I love about putting this newsletter together each week is the gift it’s become in my own life. It’s not something I thought of when I launched the newsletter as a way of sharing ideas and inspiration that would help YOU grow your […]

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Creating Appreciation In Your Business

by Linda Feinholz December 27, 2008

© 2008 Linda Feinholz. So often our focus is on what’s ‘not yet’ done, what is sitting on our To Do list, and what we ‘ought to’ be getting to but haven’t yet completed. Children have a great deal to teach us about what motivates our hearts and gives us the impetus to put our […]

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Reminders From Young Children

by Linda Feinholz December 25, 2008

I LOVE this time of year. The world gets still and quiet with everyone pausing for holiday celebrations. The city grows calmer, and so do my internal rhythms. That makes it all so perfect – perfect for refelcting exactly what HAS been accomplished the past year. My niece Emily and nephew Evan are getting The […]

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What Are You Tolerating In Life And Business?

by Linda Feinholz December 23, 2008

© 2008 Linda Feinholz. Recently I used my monthly mastermind group to review the targets each person set, check how close each participant was to achieving them, and sort out any obstacles getting in the way. As we worked our way around the group, one of the members recognized she had become completely stalled – […]

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Heading into the holidays

by Linda Feinholz December 22, 2008

The holidays create a perfect time for restting our plans for the coming year AND for how we want to show up. For 14 years I’ve had a question posed to me by friends, family, colleagues and clients. I was asked this question a month ago, and a week ago, and it came up in […]

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