So I came across this story courtesy of Jai Stone in her Brand and Hustle with Jai Stone Game ChangeHers group on Facebook. If you’re not a part of this group, you should join it. Jai is awesome. Okay back to the story. So this lady took a shirt from a small business and said she was going to promote it, but she didn’t promote it. Not only did she not promote the shirt, but she also tried to sell the shirt online. I just can’t even with this. (I’m not listing any names but I will link to the article) I don’t understand how she could just be this dishonest. Was she upset because the small business owner wasn’t giving her money? She should have negotiated that before she agreed to take the shirt. I don’t know if this agreement was written or not, but they should have ironed out every single detail before the shirt was sent out. The takeaway: Be sure you have everything in writing. Also, don’t agree to something if you have no intentions of doing it. That’s just dishonest. If you don’t feel comfortable with a deal, don’t take it. You’re in business for yourself. No one is capable of making you do anything you don’t want to do.Details
With the holiday season rapidly approaching, it may be even more challenging than ever to create easy home-cooked meals for your family. In this post, I will give you an easy meal that you can prepare using a Crock Pot
Brown Sugar Chicken
Sometimes getting yoru family to eat a balanced meal can be a challenge. This recipe will have even the pickiest eater gobbling veggies and fruits.Details
When you’re busy running a business and working a job, it may be tempting to take shortcuts when it comes to meals. It may be tempting to order from places like GrubHub or UberEats. However, these purchases can start to add up over time and “eat” away at the money you’re making from your business. It’s a lot cheaper and healthier to cook your own meals at home. For one thing, you don’t have to worry about whether or not the person preparing your food is being as clean as you would like for them to be if you are the one preparing your food.Details
Podcasting is simply a way for people to have a radio show on the internet. It’s really no different than regular radio programs except that the show is delivered via the computer. There are several benefits of being interviewed on a podcast. This article will discuss a few of the benefits associated with being interviewed on a podcast.
You don’t have to travel.
When you are interviewed on a podcast you don’t have to leave your house. This saves you money on transportation and gas. You also do not have to find a babysitter if you have children. Basically one benefit of being interviewed on a podcast is that it saves you from having to travel.
I’m sure you’ve heard a lot of noise about podcasting lately. You’ve probably heard so much about podcasting that you’re contemplating starting your own podcast. Wonderful. Here’s some information about podcasting to get you started.
First of all, you need to know what podcasting is. Basically it is when you record audio and put it on the web for people to download at a later time to listen to. Podcasting allows anyone to have their own radio program. Your program can be an interactive show where listeners call in or you can just record yourself talking about whatever your show is about and post that online. You can also be a DJ and play Podsafe music in your podcast.Details
Podcasting is a great tool to use to get the word out about your product or service. The only thing that podcasting requires is time, energy, and a way to record your podcast. Podcasting can also help to solidify your status as an expert in your field.
For my numbers folks, here’s some podcasting stats for you. 70 million Americans are familiar with Podcasting. 165 million Americans have listened to a podcast. 22% of Americans listen to a Podcast weekly. (stats came from musicoomph)Details
Once the holidays come around it seems schedules and staying on task fly right outside the window. Not only do you have your regular business tasks which may increase due to the holiday season, but family is often off work and out of school. And then of course there are the holiday festivities, which means preparation time. Is balance possible, or do you just throw up your arms and give into chaos? Don’t give up! Here’s how to balance your work schedule during the holidays.
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In today’s economy, everyone is looking to make more money if possible, and many businesses need to cut prices to get business. But, are you making what you should be making?
To find out what you’re worth, you can start by shopping around to other people who do the same things. There are lots of sites that people can use to hire businesses, and often they let you see competitor’s prices. You may also speak to potential clients and ask for what they normally pay, though many will be tempted to give you a lower rate to get a better price.Details
Honesty in business is important. In the small business world, news quickly gets around about business owners who value their customers and conduct themselves in an ethical way – the same holds true for businesses that are not so ethical.
In a competitive world where small businesses need to stand out in order to survive, honesty is even more important. Here are a few tips for running an ethical and honest business:Details