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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.

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....

A Valuable Benefit You May Not Have Considered

Written By: Catherine Morgan
As our population ages, more and more people will be at risk of not being able to afford...

Everybody Fails. Here’s How to Talk About It.

Written By: Catherine Morgan
If you are growing a business or doing anything new and different, you will fail. A lot. As...

The Consultant’s Dilemma: You Care More Than They Do

Written By: Catherine Morgan
The consultants I know care deeply about their clients, and are committed to bringing the most value they...

Entrepreneurs Need to Talk About Depression

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Putting yourself out there, growing a business, and trying new things ensures that you will have more than...

Uniqueness Can Set You Apart, but Also Constrain Growth

Written By: Catherine Morgan
We always hear about innovation and creativity being critical for small business success. However, in “Why Creativity Can...

Driving Traffic: The Key Component to Making Your Website Work for You

Written By: Catherine Morgan
I think most of us will agree that a good website is an important part of a business...

How to Get Your Customers to Help You Improve

Written By: Catherine Morgan
It makes sense to reach out to your customers to ask them what they want – or don’t...

How Having a Board Can Help Your Business

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Would your business benefit from outside guidance? Are you ready to bring on a board of directors or...

Do You Have a BHAG? It’s Quite Motivating.

Written By: Catherine Morgan
I am usually the coach who pulls people back from big goals and suggests they break things down...