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Reducing Headaches of Being An Entrepreneur When you’re struck with the entrepreneurial spirit, you wear many hats: operations, finance, management, sales, marketing, and often creator. Wouldn’t it be great to have a system in place that reduced the workload that falls on you, the business owner? I have identified the three most common problems that entrepreneurs experience: Having to do all or most of the work themselves Not having enough time to do the things

Creating Family Time Can Be Difficult

Posted by Chief Heartrepreneur® on January 13, 2015

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Terri Levine’s Tips for Creating Family Time   The Power of 15 We all can find 15 minutes in our day. Plan 15 minutes either in the morning, afternoon, or evening, to spend with your family. It might be cuddle time with your children, or time to read to them or speak with them, or perhaps take a walk in the AM or PM with your partner or cook a meal together. Those 15 minutes

What's Your Business Vision

Posted by Chief Heartrepreneur® on January 13, 2015

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Creating A Vision And Mission – A Co-Created And Co-Shared Experience   How many times over the course of a 2-3 year period, does a company spend time, energy, and resources creating or re-creating a business vision or mission? Most companies do this activity over and over again, because the CEO can’t move the organization to get behind the vision. The employees don’t have a desire to achieve the vision, and it is meaningless to
What is the Difference Between Business Coaching and Advising and Does it Matter?   “Don’t take advice from anyone who isn’t successful where you want to be successful” ~ Joe Vitale   Coaching involves working with people who usually, but not always, already have some degree of success but are stuck and want to move forward but don’t know how. There is, in coach-speak, a gap between where they are right now and where they
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