Month: February 2013

7 Things Confident Leaders Don’t Do

LAST WORD | Steve Tobak, Feb 25, 2013 In a world full of wannabe entrepreneurs and leaders, don’t try to be what you’re not. Kevin Jordan/Getty If you’ve been around long enough, you begin to realize that success is just as much about what you don’t do as what you do. Any CEO, entrepreneur, or… Read more »

After You Sell, What’s Next?

Businessman On Cell Discussing Work

BIZBUYSELL.COM | Mike Handelsman, Feb 13, 2013 You’re selling your small business for a reason, but your buyer may have other plans for you. Getty After carefully weighing your professional and personal goals, you’ve decided that it’s the right time for someone else to handle the herculean task of owning and operating your small business.… Read more »

Is an Acquihire Right for You?

7 tips for start-up founders who are thinking about selling out–and becoming someone else’s employee Not every start-up grows quickly. Sometimes there isn’t a market for your product, the cash reserves are dwindling, and you can’t raise more funding. For those of you who are absolutely determined to make your start-up work down to the… Read more »

How to Create a Positive Attitude

Glass Of Overflowing Water

SALES SOURCE | Geoffrey James, Feb  4, 2013 A positive attitude is never automatic. You have to work at it! Here’s how to become a master of the mind. Martin Barraud/Getty A positive attitude–optimism, expectancy, and enthusiasm–makes everything in business easier. A positive attitude boosts you up when you’re down and supercharges you when you’re… Read more »