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

Finding Shangri-La in Your Small Business

Written By: Rich Gallagher
Shangri-La. It is a name that evokes images of Utopia, a paradise on earth. But in reality, it has a more...

Mastering Your Most Difficult Workplace Conversations

Written By: Rich Gallagher
Do you have trouble giving difficult messages to people? Like telling people they need to work harder, or come in on...

Don’t Make Your Customers Go Through Customs

Written By: Rich Gallagher
Here I am at a local bookstore. Book in hand. Money in hand. Ready to trade one for the other. Simple,...

Managing Anxiety: The Small Business Edition

Written By: Rich Gallagher
Running a small business and anxiety often go hand-in-hand – particularly in those tense early days where money is tight, success...

How to Be a Brilliant Conversationalist

Written By: Rich Gallagher
Many years ago on a visit to Ireland, I kissed the fabled Blarney Stone, rumored to give you the gift of...

The 20% Rule

Written By: Rich Gallagher
Nearly a decade ago, I did something a little crazy. I went back to graduate school in my 50s to study...

Top Five Tips for Getting Referral Business

Written By: Rich Gallagher
I sometimes joke that my most successful marketing strategy is waiting for the phone to ring. Because, in point of fact,...

The Five Parts of A Successful Book Proposal

Written By: Rich Gallagher
Quick question: why are you here on CarolRoth.com? Yes, she is a great small business strategist, a lovely person, and one...

50 at 50: My Secrets to Success

Written By: Rich Gallagher
This is my 50th blog for my good friend (and literary partner-in-crime) Carol Roth. To celebrate, I am going to share...

The Myth of Working Harder

Written By: Rich Gallagher
Decades ago, when I was an engineering student and my father was an engineering professor, I would go to him for...