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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.

Is Trade Show Exhibiting Worth the Cost?

Written By: Ben Baker
So, it is late September and you are actually sitting down to think about 2018 and how you...

Top 5 Reasons You Need to Be Using Facebook Live to Market Your Business

Written By: Bobbi Baehne
Before I share this list of the Top 5 reasons you need to be using Facebook live to...

How to Get Great Results Working With a Business Coach

Written By: Catherine Morgan
At some point as you’re growing your business, you may decide that you need an outside set of...

Business Networking Lessons from Your School Days

Written By: Carol Roth
It’s back-to-school season and for many of us entrepreneurs, those school days are just a distant (although I...

Have You Considered a “Bartnership”?

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Sometimes you need something done for your business and you just don’t have cash on hand to pay...

Getting Paid: A Lighter Take on a Serious Topic

Written By: Catherine Morgan
If you haven’t experienced chasing after a client for money they owe you, you probably will at some...

How to Keep Your Business on Top

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Everybody else aims for the leader in their category. In Carol’s recent post on the Nextiva blog, “How...

Biggest Entrepreneurship Myths and Misconceptions

Written By: Carol Roth
There are so many preconceived notions and expectations that we have about entrepreneurship that are just plain false....

How to Get Them to Show You the Money

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Getting paid in a timely fashion can make – or break – your business. In “4 Ways to...

Your Exit Strategy – A Great Place to Start

Written By: Rich Gallagher
So much advice about starting a small business revolves around the question, “What if I fail?” In this...