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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.

Evaluating Expectations as an Entrepreneur

Written By: Catherine Morgan
As a business consultant and career transition coach for entrepreneurs transitioning to employee positions, I hear a lot...

Don’t Have Enough Time? Carol and Catherine Think You Do.

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Carol and I recently did a short video to call nonsense on thinking you don’t have enough time....

Follow the Money to Make the Sale

Written By: Mark E. Goodman
For a business owner, having a great product or service is essential.  However, many businesses are not successful...

How to Have a Good Meeting

Written By: Catherine Morgan
We’ve all groaned or rolled our eyes when we’ve received a meeting request. Good meetings can yield great...

Carol Roth Still Likes Twitter and Here’s Why

Written By: Catherine Morgan
You may know that Carol is very active on Twitter, but what you may not know is she...

Love and Business Revisited

Written By: Catherine Morgan
It seems like forever, but it was only 7 years ago when I heard Steve Farber say: “Do...

Carol Roth on Creating Books and Info Products

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Recently, I interviewed Carol Roth on the experience of creating and launching info products. Her first one was...

The Best Ways Big Brands Can Reach Small Businesses

Written By: Carol Roth
Big brands are always looking to reach small businesses, but navigating the best ways to connect and determining...

Carol Roth on Customer Loyalty in 2019 [Video Interview]

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Customer loyalty can make or break your business. Carol is truly an expert on customer loyalty, advising her...

Reimagining Your Business

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Professionals come to me when they’ve “hit the wall” with their business. They are fed up and tired....