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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.

Top Technologies to Transform Your Business

Written By: Carol Roth
Today’s blog post is brought to you by Microsoft*, which has an entire technology suite of products and...

Mindfulness and Practice Create a Powerful EQ

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Can you learn how to be more emotionally sensitive even if you’re not naturally that way? Carol believes...

Agency and the Gig Economy: Don’t Be an Idiot

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Not one – but TWO clients sent me this article “The Gig Economy Celebrates Working Yourself to Death,”...

Lessons for Your Business from Game Shows

Written By: Catherine Morgan
In Carol’s recent post on, “3 Social Media Tips You Can Learn From ‘The Price Is Right’,”...

Many Small Business Owners Suffer With Depression

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Depression is something that many small business owners wrestle with. I shared my experiences with depression here on...

What Entrepreneurs Need to Know About Cybersecurity

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Cybersecurity is just another of a long list of things that entrepreneurs and small businesses wish they didn’t...

What Your Business Can Learn from NHL Hockey

Written By: Carol Roth
The NHL Playoffs are once again right around the corner (Go Blackhawks!), so I am all-in on one...

How to Talk to People When You Would Rather Not

Written By: Catherine Morgan
I would say that about 90 percent of the clients I work with say they “hate networking” or...

How to Solicit Relevant Customer Feedback

Written By: Catherine Morgan
You may think that you know what your customer wants. You may believe that if you build it,...

Small Business: Your Beliefs Might Not Match Their Beliefs

Written By: Catherine Morgan
It’s your business so everything should be done your way? Maybe…or maybe not. Carol raises some interesting points...