Feb
9
2011

10 Q’s With Krista Stearns Of West End Bakery

Krista Stearns wanted advancement. She left a career in the mental health and educational field to pursue to possibility of becoming her own boss in the bakery business. After 10 years of open doors, it’s safe to say her switch paid off. Aside from the social enrichment that she has provided for her community, she is also responsible for helping to initiate the renovation and restoration of an abandoned, yet once thriving, central business district. […]

May
6
2012

The Creative Mind VS. Auto-pilot

A major issue I encountered in developing my business was lacking clarity among my different tasks.  At one moment I would be looking at price structure, the next moment answering a referral phone call, and then zipping out to treat a patient.  Despite considering myself a “multi-tasker”, these tasks are not easily switched in the brain and I began having trouble being efficient at any of them.  In the same ten minutes, I would get far […]

Jul
22
2011

5 Outstanding Entrepreneur Colleges In The US

While some argue that an entrepreneur is an entrepreneur at birth, it is still wise to add some tools to your arsenal as you evolve into a successful entrepreneur. This week we are looking at some of the top colleges to study entrepreneurship. Even though entrepreneurship has been around for a while, Joseph Schumpeter helped gain notoriety for the entrepreneur movement in the 1930’s. Only in the last 5-10 years has entrepreneurship see tremendous growth […]

Nov
28
2011

What It Takes – Advice From Jeremy Thiel

Entrpreneur. If you are only interested in turning a profit, this article is not for you. This is for the 21st century entrepreneur who desires to bring value to the marketplace and impact people’s lives through complete transparency. An Entrepreneur is who I am, it’s what I am, and it’s what I do. Being an entrepreneur doesn’t take a certain type of personality, background or demographic. It means exemplifying a certain character of spirit and […]

Mar
23
2011

10 Q’s With Onibalusi Bamidele Of YoungPrePro.com

“I am Onibalusi Bamidele a 17 year old Nigerian entrepreneur. I make a living online by blogging. I think what sets me apart is my motivation and passion for my blog and online business. I’m always ready to give it “whatever” it takes to succeed. For example: last year alone, I wrote over 300 guest posts promoting my blog while at the same time making sure my blog is constantly updated. As long as you […]

Nov
10
2011

5 Ways To Promote Your Website After It’s Built

So you’ve already built your website, and most likely spent a great deal of money on it. Great job! Your online presence is obviously, and rightfully important to you. But now your website is losing its momentum and no longer has that “new” feeling, so what do you do next? Great question. While search engine marketing is important to help gain traffic through search engines, there are also many ways you can still promote your […]

Feb
7
2011

The Guitar Trader – Asheville, NC

Most people hear ‘Asheville, NC’ and they think: ‘Hippie/Folk-town’. I tend to agree with them. And I love it! Asheville is a great fit here at www.bossstart.com and will most likely be featured numerous times on our site. Reason being: They eat, sleep, drink, breathe, and (any other natural or necessary function of life): LOCAL. Independent businesses thrive here. Community is singularly the most important concern on the minds of nearly everyone who would chose […]

Mar
25
2011

The DNA Of Customer Service: Part Next

Recently, we introduced www.bossstart.com readers to the DNA of Customer Service. The subject is rich with information and meaningful to every business, so we purposefully committed several posts to the subject. The foundation of every customer service-rich organization is it’s talent – the employees they hire. While operational models differ between a Ritz Carlton, Nordstroms, and Starbucks one commonality is ever present: hire the best people and put them in the right job! In an […]

May
19
2011

5 Reasons Why Gmail Is Invaluable

We love Gmail and wholeheartedly recommend that if you are not using it presently, you should make the switch now. Seriously. Go HERE. Worried about switching over? And how to let everyone know you have changed your email address? No worries. Gmail allows you to import and forward mail for POP/IMAP accounts. Don’t forget to create a custom signature in the settings option! Gmail also uses the ‘archive’ option – which basically stores your messages […]

Feb
11
2011

Book Review: ‘The Big Moo’ By Seth Godin

Seth Godin, one of the greatest entrepreneurial minds in our culture, pulls together 33 top business thinkers in his book ‘The Big MOO’. This resource has messages from Malcolm Gladwell, Tom Peters, Chris Meyer, and Seth himself. The contributors focus on a quest to get ‘unstuck’ and offer insights on how to make you ‘remarkable’. On top of that, 100% of the proceeds from this book are donated to charity! In this book, you’ll learn […]

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