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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.

There’s a Volume Knob for Anxiety

Written By: Catherine Morgan
For the past 10 years, I have been working with professionals in career and life transitions. Few things...

The Glorious Permission of Online Exercise Classes

Written By: Catherine Morgan
I think we could all use a good laugh, so I am offering myself up for your amusement...

Want to Have a Better Virtual Event? Here’s What Carol Roth Suggests.

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Virtual events aren’t going away anytime soon. Just like that meeting that could have been an email, we’ve...

Gone Fishing – July 4th Holiday 2020

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Here at Business Unplugged we are taking some time off to enjoy the U.S. Independence Day holiday, and...

Carol Roth and Les McKeown on Post-COVID Recovery

Written By: Catherine Morgan
In episode #53 of The Roth Effect podcast, “Why The COVID-19 Crisis is Different for Business,” Carol interviews...

Reopening Your Business: Your Customers Are Watching

Written By: Catherine Morgan
We’ve all started to roll our eyes when we get a soulless email from X company describing their...

One Way to Navigate Uncertainty

Written By: Catherine Morgan
The only thing I have certainty about at this moment is that we are in uncertain times. I...

Remembering What You Can’t Control

Written By: Catherine Morgan
You may be feeling like you’re in Alice in Wonderland right now because everything feels upside down. Your...

Posting Videos: There Are No More Excuses

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Doing videos used to be really expensive and time consuming. Now anyone with a phone, tablet, or laptop...

When They Are On Your Last Nerve

Written By: Catherine Morgan
When I was in grade school, my best friend was Sharon. There were six kids in her family,...