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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.

Know and Promote Your Uniqueness

Written By: Ben Baker
Every business has the opportunity to demonstrate their uniqueness. The problem is, most never even take the time...

Use the Law Attraction to Make Money

Written By: Kim Rowley
If you want to manifest more money, to get that promotion, create a more successful business or whatever...

Entrepreneur vs Corporate Executive: Avoiding the Trap of the Miscast

Written By: Bill Kelvie
There are plenty of benefits as well as challenges associated with being in a leadership role within a...

Small Business Financing – What’s Right for You?

Written By: Matthew Gillman
There’s no shortage of financing programs available for small business owners. They are inundated with commercial loan offerings...

Are You Throwing Money Away Recruiting?

Written By: Ben Baker
Everyday I hear of workshops, webinars, programs, and the like all designed to teach you how to recruit...

Understanding and Preventing Digital Ad Fraud

Written By: Augustine Fou
One element that makes digital advertising attractive to brands is the ability to track impressions, views and clicks....

Side Hustles Can Jump Start Your Entrepreneurial Journey

Written By: Kim Rowley
You have dreams of being an entrepreneur but aren’t sure where to start. Side hustles are a great...

New Year’s Business Resolutions for 2020

Written By: Carol Roth
2020 has just begun, kicking off not only a brand new year, but a new decade, too! This...

Happy Holidays 2019

Written By: Catherine Morgan
All of us here at Business Unplugged wish you a happy and healthy holiday season, and a successful...

So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish

Written By: Catherine Morgan
The title of this post just made any Douglas Adams fans smile. It’s a line from The Hitchhiker’s...