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How to Build Your Business With “No Bucks!”

The oldest saying in the world is probably, “It takes money to make money.” While that may be true, the history books are filled with famous entrepreneurs who started with nothing, or next to nothing, and went on to great financial success.

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NEW YORK, NY - JULY 23: A trader works during afternoon trading on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on July 23, 2012 in New York City. The Dow dropped as much as 134 points as fear spread regarding a possible bailout for the Spanish government. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - JULY 23: A trader works during afternoon trading on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on July 23, 2012 in New York City. The Dow dropped as much as 134 points as fear spread regarding a possible bailout for the Spanish government. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
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Should Government Be Run Like a Business?

As a business guru you might expect that I might favor government being run like a business. Actually, I don’t think it can be run like a business, and be successful, because of the inherent differences between the two.

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Earth to Politicians: Business Pays ALL Bills!

How do you think Ford, Nissan, BMW and Toyota feel about the government subsidizing General Motors, — a direct competitor? Does that seem fair to you? Why should Chevrolet make it when the Desoto and Studebaker didn't?

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How’s That Logo Workin For Ya?

The biggest mistake I see in logo design it to make it way too complicated. When it comes to graphic design, simple is better.

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50 Things Successful Businesses Do

If there is one secret to success in business it’s this, “Find someone who is successfully doing what you want to do — and do what they do.”

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How to Train a Manager

The first lesson to learn during this transition is that your replacement will not be a clone of you — so don’t expect them to be. It’s very important to remember that you are not training another owner; you’re training a manager.

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Tough Times Call for Tough People

Will “the worst of times” make us stronger in the long run? Or will “the best of times,” on the distant horizon, completely change the way business is done?

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NY State Ends Tax Exemptions For In State Breweries After Lawsuit From Out Of State
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Is America’s Work Ethic Dead?

The other tough lesson was discovering that I had to teach “manners” and common courtesy to employees.

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Tom Egelhoff
Tom Egelhoff, Host of "Open for Business"
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Employees Are Your Best Business Builders

As a business owner, what would you think if I told you, “No customer is more important than your lowest paid employee?” Most owners or managers would think I was nuts and did not have a clear understanding of workplace realities

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