Why let anything get in the way of your business potential?
Vintonville – Finance Blogger and Wealth Manager
As a small business owner, one of the biggest challenges you face on a continuous basis is trying to maintain balance between your professional life and personal life. If you’re out of alignment in this area, you’ll certainly feel the effects.
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The serial entrepreneur and businessman in me wants to advise everyone I know and care about to approach every financial decision they make as if it’s some sort of investment. This mentality and approach changes the way you consider even every day matters. Consider as an example, your personal overall health status. By that, I mean your physical health, mental well-being and even your relationships.…continue reading →
A strong guarantee is an essential part of every marketing strategy, whether your products are being sold online or in the physical world. A successful guarantee removes the customer’s perception of risk. For instance, decades ago ordering pizza for delivery could take hours, and it would often arrive cold. Domino’s Pizza stepped up by guaranteeing a hot pizza delivered in 30 minutes or less.…continue reading →
In 2017, the Scottish high street faced fresh challenges as it struggled to fight the tide of closures. The last year has seen over 290 stores close - the highest number in recent years.
A similar story could be heard around the UK. Across the country, an estimated 5,855 stores went out of business. The closures were not solely independent traders, but the likes of Toys R Us, Claire’s Accessories, House of Fraser and New Look faced financial pressure to shut some of their shops to ease the cash flow burden. The high-profile closures only served to highlight the worries for the high street. More and more consumers are continuing to flock online for their needs, leaving traditional stored recording substantial profit losses.…continue reading →
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The internet is a noisy place. Someone is always trying to get you to do something. While you may be numb to it on a conscious level, your brain is overwhelmed and taxed on a subconscious level. Everyone wants something from you, yet you have a very limited amount of time and energy to contribute. As a result, you can only choose a number of actions per day.
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Addiction is getting more of a public spotlight, thanks in part to the opioid epidemic, which has resulted in more than 11.5 million people
abusing or misusing prescription opioid medications and 2.1 million developing an opioid use disorder. Substance abuse and addictions extend far beyond opioids, but the crisis provides a motivating platform to begin discussing the problem in a public light.…continue reading →
One of the scariest things about running a small business is that you’re always one or two dominos away from disaster. All it takes is a supplier to shut down or a major client to switch to the competition and you’re in big trouble. Thankfully, an emergency fund can keep you safe.…continue reading →
Being a successful investor is all about learning how to be calm under pressure, right?
After all, markets change at a moment's notice and something that may have seemed like a “sure thing” can quickly go south. As such, it’s important that investors find ways to make themselves as comfortable as possible while they’re on the grind, especially when working from home.
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You may decide that purchasing a separate vehicle is the ideal way to move your business forward. If you own a service-based operation that has to make house calls, such as a plumbing company, that might indeed be the case.…continue reading →
Millions of Americans are now working remotely, at least some of the time, and as the practice becomes even more accepted in mainstream business culture, you can expect that number to grow.…continue reading →