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.
 

How to Create Great Video if You’ve Got a Face for Radio

Top Ten Resources for Off-Camera Videos It’s time for some video tough love.  This may sound a bit harsh, but some people are better off not appearing on video.  While you don’t have to be super telegenic to be on camera, you do have to have Read More

I Don’t Care About You, I Only Care About Me

I am in the fortunate position to be able to receive a lot of asks from people.  I get asked for help sponsoring or lending my name and contacts to projects and businesses.  I get asked to sit on advisory boards.  I get asked to guest Read More

2013: Business-Related New Year’s Resolutions

Now that 2013 is officially upon us, most of us are reflecting on the past year and making our own resolutions about what we want for the new year. So, in that spirit, I have asked the wonderful CarolRoth.com contributor network of business owners, advisors and Read More

How to Save for Your Retirement as an Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurs are exceptional for their personal traits, but in one regard they are just like other driven people – they tend to neglect saving for retirement. Are you surprised to read that? As a certified public accountant with three decades of experience, I advise clients on Read More

Can You Be too Clever in Business? Playing with My Balls

I love when businesses and people push the envelope. I have been known to do it from time-to-time myself (I know, the understatement of the century). I’ve even written about the WTF factor. But, what about when your brand becomes that envelope-pusher? Can you be too Read More

Jumpstart 2013: Five Tips to Increase Sales and Revenue

There are lots of lists about how business owners can prepare for a new year.  What they skip, more often than not, are the fundamentals of building a solid foundation and achieving the bottom line results critical to the ongoing life of a business.  That’s not Read More

Beware the Nice Customer

Did you know that pumpernickel bread is thicker in the middle and smaller at the ends? One deli apparently didn’t. Because once they made me a sandwich from the end of the loaf, which was about half the size of my normal sandwich. And when I Read More

Happy New Year!

Wishing all of you a happy, healthy, and prosperous New Year! Thank you so much for being part of the Business Unplugged community. See you in 2013. Carol Roth & Catherine Morgan     Read More

(Best of) How to be Productive Anywhere, All the Time – Part 2

From Catherine: These posts on productivity from Greg Hartle are gold. He covers all the bases on productivity. Worth saving and re-reading when you are struggling to get things done. Today he covers the inner game. * * * In the first post, we covered the external Read More

(Best of) How to be Productive Anywhere, All the Time – Part 1

From Catherine: We are all looking to do more in less time. Greg Hartle wrote two fantastic posts on productivity that will finish out this year’s “Best of” posts. You will definitely want to bookmark these! * * * I’ve spent the last 540+ straight days Read More
 
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