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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.

The Power of Thank-You Notes

Written By: Catherine Morgan
I think it’s important to remind you of the power and possibilities crafting thank-you notes can bring. I...

Have You Developed Your Personal Manifesto?

Written By: Catherine Morgan
You’ve probably seen manifestos around various causes, communities, and book launches. As part of a 10-week women’s leadership...

No Summer Slacking for This Girl This Year

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Oh my goodness. When I compare this time of year to last year, it’s like two different lifetimes....

Where Is Your Business Going?

Written By: Ben Baker
It is not enough for you to understand where your business is going. It is critical that everyone...

Small Businesses Struggle to Find Workers

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Have you noticed the shortage of restaurant and other workers? Carol Roth says the government is part of...

The Start of Barbecue Season

Written By: Catherine Morgan
It’s officially the start of barbecue season here in the US. We’re finally able to socialize and see...

The Best Small Business Books

Written By: Carol Roth
To celebrate Carol Roth’s newest book in support of small business and capitalism, The War on Small Business,...

Celebrating 10 Years with Carol Roth

Written By: Catherine Morgan
I am celebrating 10 years of working with Carol Roth and editing this blog this month (May 2021)....

Four Reasons Businesses Borrow Money: Where to Go for What You Need

Written By: Niles Costello
Know what you want to know where to go. It may seem obvious, but business owners seeking loans...

Online Introductions Made Easy

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Whether you’re looking for new customers for your business or for a job, you’ll need to get comfortable...