As the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to impact more communities across the US and other countries, business owners are especially concerned about how they will continue to operate with a sudden decrease in sales, personnel, materials, or all three.
I was recently invited to share a guest post for The Anti-MLM Coalition, a team of writers who reveal the truth about multi-level marketing.
Marketing gets a lot of attention, and with good reason: It’s the art and science of attracting people to buy from you.
Without a way to reach new customers, you’ll end up running out of money… and shutting the doors to your business.
But there is one thing a lot of business owners get wrong.
The Chernobyl nuclear disaster, which affects millions of people to this day, is now available as a 5-part HBO mini-series.
Here is what it taught me about having the courage to speak up.
We don’t get to choose our first name, at least not for the first 18 years of life. It’s something our parents pick; their first gift to us, so to speak.
While we do have the option to change it once we reach adulthood, most of us stick with our given name for life.
When you pick a narrow business focus, it can make a world of difference.
There are many ways to niche a healthcare practice, but I believe the best way is by isolating at least three areas in which to specialize.
Keep reading to find out what they are.