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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.

Tom Rosenak on Why Winning Can Feel Like Losing

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Have you ever reached a goal and felt deflated instead of elated? That’s exactly what happened to me when...

Carol Roth on Paying Finder’s Fees

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Carol Roth is frequently asked about finder’s fees, and has even been called as an expert witness on...

Memorial Day Weekend 2019

Written By: Catherine Morgan
This is always a tough post for me to write. While many of us are anticipating the first...

Looking at Language: Working Hard vs. Efforting

Written By: Catherine Morgan
I got into a rather heated argument with my coach a few weeks ago. We were talking about...

Should You Be an Entrepreneur? Carol Roth Has a Test.

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Carol Roth often says that entrepreneurship isn’t for everyone. In fact, she was saying this even before she...

Go-to-Market Blunders Part 2 – Messaging

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Your messaging can feel like a moving target as you’re launching a product or service. The reality is...

Should Business Owners Talk about Politics?

Written By: Catherine Morgan
I’ve known Carol Roth for eight years, but this interview surprised me. As we head into election season...

The Best Perks Small Businesses Can Offer Employees

Written By: Carol Roth
Since small businesses often don’t have big budgets to compete with bigger companies on salary, offering employee perks...

Go-to-Market Blunders Part 1 – Sales

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Given the work I do, I tend not to hear about things that went right in business. Instead,...

Is It Time to Tidy Up Your Website?

Written By: Catherine Morgan
As we’re in the middle of spring-cleaning season, I started thinking about aspects of my business that need...