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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.

Email Carpet-Bombing and Other Business Blunders

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Who else gets an almost violent reaction to being bombarded with emails from certain professionals? Yes, you could...

Chasing Cash Is Not a Business Strategy

Written By: Catherine Morgan
“The Right Time to Turn Business Away,” Carol’s recent short video on Bank of America’s Small Business Community,...

Give Yourself a Chance and Don’t Self-Censor

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Carol’s recent short video on LinkedIn is a good reminder about not talking yourself out of something before...

A New Start at Sweet Beginnings

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Carol’s recent post, “Thinking Outside the Cell: How One Social Enterprise Transformed a Community” on Bank of America’s...

Small Acts of Self-Care Can Boost Productivity and Health

Written By: Susan Baker
In a perfect world, we’d all have plenty of free time every evening for a hot bath, a...

50 Tips for Using “Groups” on Social Media for Business

Written By: Carol Roth
While everyone knows that social media can be a powerful venue for growing your business, not everyone knows...

Not Too Big or Not Too Small Can Be Just Right

Written By: Catherine Morgan
In Carol’s recent post on the Nextiva blog, “Do Mid-Sized Businesses Face Middle-Child Issues,” she shares four tips...

Charitable Efforts Can Positively Impact Your Business

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Can doing good be good for your business? In “How Ann Taylor and Loft Create Customer Loyalty Through...

How to Make It Easy for Your Network to Help You

Written By: Catherine Morgan
In her recent video on LinkedIn, Carol shares some sage advice for how to leverage your network and...

Gratitude Is the Attitude for You and Your Business

Written By: Shep Burr
In the eulogy he gave for his father many years ago, one of my best friends shared a...