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Business Unplugged™
This blog features Carol Roth's tough love on business and entrepreneurship, as well as insights from Carol's community of contributors.

A Nudge for Introverts to Attend Live Events

Written By: Catherine Morgan
As I look back over the past eight years, a few things stand out as peak experiences. Oddly...

Women Business Owners Need to Think Bigger

Written By: Catherine Morgan
If you’re a woman business owner who is trying to raise capital, Carol suggests that you think bigger....

What Else to Consider When Discussing Inequality

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Never one to shy away from the complex issues, Carol shares a few thoughts on how the discussion...

Business Growth: Which Strategy Should You Choose?

Written By: Catherine Morgan
When you choose to follow one path, you necessarily don’t take another. “The Entrepreneur’s Dilemma: Should You Maximize...

The Power of Permission Slips

Written By: Catherine Morgan
I think one of the things coaches do is give permission slips. Starting and growing a business will...

Entrepreneurial Shame: Retirement Isn’t Happening Soon – Maybe Ever

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Given that I work with entrepreneurs who are exiting their business, helping them find a great corporate job...

Naming That Thing in the Air

Written By: Catherine Morgan
I am sensing a disturbance in the Force, Luke. There is an uneasiness in the air. People seem...

Help Customers Show You Some Love

Written By: Catherine Morgan
When you are researching buying a product or service, you probably look at review sites or ask around...

3 Examples of Short Video Formats to Grow Your Business

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Like many of you, I didn’t want to do video. I like the process of writing and don’t...

How to Have an Easier Time Talking About What You Do

Written By: Catherine Morgan
As a service provider, especially a solo practitioner, you can get really stuck talking about what you do....