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Catherine Morgan is the editorial director for | Business Unplugged and the founder of Point A to Point B Transitions Inc. She is a business consultant to consultants and a career transition coach. Catherine is an engaging public speaker who frequently presents on several topics, including career transition, growing a solo service business, and productivity.

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Weekly Roundup for February 4

Vote Early, Vote Often (It’s the Chicago way.) Support The Entrepreneur Equation for a Small Business Book Award by Small Business Trends. Voting takes 2 seconds (seriously). You can vote 1x/day per IP address – so you can vote with your phone and laptop if you want to. Read More

Weekly Roundup for January 28

Carol was on CNN Carol Roth w Piers Morgan on CNN talking Mitt Romney GOP Primary Clip of Carol on CNN last Saturday. She rocked it. TV Teasers Carol will be on several shows over the next week. Tonight – Tom Sullivan Show (Fox Business) 7 PM Read More

Branding: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly for Small Business

“I don’t need a brand. I’m a small business.” Have you ever said this to yourself? As a brand strategist, I’ve heard this one pretty often and it always amazes me. It makes me want to poke my eye out with a sharp stick. There are Read More

Weekly Roundup for January 21

‎*News Flash* Carol will be on CNN tonight at Midnight Eastern (11 PM Central)! She will be joining Piers Morgan to talk about the South Carolina primary results. Favorite Book? CFO Corner: Why a dynamic cash-flow forecast is critical Wayne Spivak of SBA * Consulting says Read More

Who Said Life is Fair?

My mom tried to prepare her thirteen children for the realities of life. She often commented after a setback, “Nobody said life is fair.” One of my earliest life lessons on the fairness of life was quite traumatic. [Warning: Sad story ahead so skip over the Read More

Weekly Roundup for January 14

Entrepreneur 5 Ways to Gain Experience Before You Start Your Business Carol’s latest on Why Apple Shouldn’t Stop the Steve Jobs Doll (opinion) Finally a worthy companion for the Carol Roth doll / action figure. Commentary by Carol Tice on  Read More

The Curse of the Generalist

Entrepreneurs are often dyed-in-the-wool generalists; they show a curiosity about the world and a deep, abiding interest in learning. This is great, at least in the beginning. But when your business approaches any sort of growth, the Curse of the Generalist rears its ugly head. Read More

Weekly Roundup for January 7

In the News Occupy Wall Street Needs a Wall Street Education  Carol shares her insider’s view on Awards Season 2011 Business Book Awards: The Short List  Honored that The Entrepreneur Equation made the list.  Read More

Fight the Fear

On September 11, 2001, I sat alone in my tiny studio apartment watching the world as I know it come to an end. I was in grad school at the time, didn’t know a whole lot of people, and communicated with friends via Instant Messenger as Read More

Best of 2011 Posts

So we were tempted to title this post “A Christmas Carol” but that was a little cheeky even for us. As you wrap up your year, and hopefully take some time off to unplug and recharge, we thought we could offer you these posts as our Read More
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