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

Tips to Get Back into the Groove at Work

It’s 2016 and after all of your various holiday celebrations, vacations and lazy days on the couch binge-watching TV, you’re now back to work. But after all of that hot cocoa and gingerbread, it can be challenging to get back into the swing of things. So, […]
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Is Your Business a Good Fit for You?

Jonathan Fields is an entrepreneur, author, podcaster, friend of Carol’s, and someone I have been following for the last five years. I absolutely love the tone and content of his Good Life Project, as it touches on many of the issues I work on with myself, […]
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Best Tips from a Serial Entrepreneur

Given that every business is a little different, what advice would a seven-time entrepreneur give newer business owners? Carol’s recent post on entrepreneur.com “6 Tips to Success From a 7-Time Entrepreneur” shares Levi King’s best tips. Carol begins: “Levi King is the founder of Nav (formerly […]
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Managing the Evolution of the Small Business Workplace

According to Bank of America’s Fall 2015 Small Business Owner Report, more entrepreneurs than ever are feeling optimistic about the future of their businesses. This is great news in its own right, and means that entrepreneurs will be looking to hire more employees to help supplement […]
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Sell Like Your Doctor

I noticed something interesting when I went in for my annual physical this year: my longtime family doctor is booked a month in advance. With no billboards, advertising, or sales pitches. And I don’t think he would ever be interested. I see the same thing in […]
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#1 Difference Between Top Performing Sales Organizations and The Rest

As they look forward to a new year, most organizations have big eyes for growth, and they expect a lot of that growth to come through the sales force. The question is: what should organizations focus on to achieve said growth? For the Top-Performing Sales Organization […]
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New Year’s Business Resolutions for 2016

2016 has just kicked off and many of us want to kick it off with a bang, setting resolutions to improve upon the past year. And because talking about your resolutions or goals with others often helps with the achievement of that goal, to press on […]
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Happy Holidays 2015

All of us here at Business Unplugged wish you a happy and healthy holiday season, and a successful 2016. Thank you so much for being a part of our amazing community. We are taking a break but will be back on Tuesday, January 5, 2016. Happy […]
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Carol Roth on Dolls, Dads, and Daughters

Carol’s recent post on entrepreneur.com is a must-read for gift buyers. Do dolls affect a girl’s self-esteem? Should you buy them – or refrain from buying them? Carol has some very strong opinions on this subject, in addition to having an action figure / fashion doll […]
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8 Ways to Add Tech to the Retail Experience

I was recently invited to Microsoft’s* campus to see the cool things they have been up to and one of the highlights was visiting the Microsoft Retail Experience Center. This was an on-premise environment that replicated various retailers and showcased cool technologies that retailers – big […]
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