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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.

Landing the Whale Can Sink the Boat

Written By: Catherine Morgan
In “The Big Problems Big Clients Can Create for Small Businesses,” Carol’s recent post on Bank of America’s...

Clicking Is Great, Purchasing Is Better

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Carol’s recent short video on LinkedIn covers a topic near and dear to my heart: supporting entrepreneurs and...

Should You Buy or Build Your Business?

Written By: Catherine Morgan
“What Every Entrepreneur Should Know Before Buying a Business” is Carol’s recent post on the Bank of America...

The Pitfall of Strategy and the Importance of Context

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Carol’s short video on LinkedIn talks about why setting a strategy is good, and why your strategy may...

50+ Tips for Combating Negative Business Press

Written By: Carol Roth
Nothing can derail your business or brand quite like negative press or reviews often can. So, how can...

Three Action Items to Get Prepared for the Next Recession

Written By: Mark E. Goodman
Recently, I was asked about the economic outlook for 2019 and 2020. My response was, “Who really knows?”...

If It’s Easy to Go Big, Consider Going Small

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Automation is a great thing. The fact that as a solo consultant I can have a global reach...

Compare and Despair: Entrepreneurs and Depression

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Depression rates are higher in entrepreneurs and creatives than the general population. According to the U.S. Center for...

Discipline Disappears: How Motivation Actually Works

Written By: Catherine Morgan
It seems like a lot of small business owners are trying to just push through these days. I...

Employee Appreciation Now More Important Than Ever

Written By: Shep Burr
Employee appreciation is more important to morale and retention than commonly perceived, especially now. A recent Inc. article...