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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.

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...

Business Shortcuts and Secrets to Making Money

Written By: Catherine Morgan
As I travel around the country working with small business owners (over 250 days, 10 states, 8,923 miles,...

Cash Flow Projections: Villain or Secret Weapon?

Written By: Catherine Morgan
Pop Quiz: I do cash flow projections: a. to get funding from an investor b. when my bank...

How to Moonlight Without Losing Your Job

Written By: Catherine Morgan
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 1 in 17 Americans (or about 8 million people) currently work...

100+ Things You Need to Know Before You Start Your Business

Written By: Carol Roth
As many of you know, I often talk about “Business Beer Goggling“- the phenomena of being so intoxicated...

SPIYT: Q&A-Selling Wholesale vs. Selling Retail

Written By: Carol Roth
Jason wants to know if he should sell his leather goods to retailers or build his own customer...

What You Missed on Twitter: Weekend Round-up

Written By: Carol Roth
Since Twitter goes by so quickly, here are some great posts and videos from the past week, some...

What New Businesses Can Learn From Oprah and OWN

Written By: Carol Roth
Here are a few things that Oprah’s situation can teach us (and maybe even her) about new business...

The “Start a Business for Only $100” Trap

Written By: Carol Roth
If you are serious about success, you need to give yourself the opportunity to succeed, which means that...

41 of the Best Things Entrepreneurs AVOIDED in Building Their Business

Written By: Carol Roth
Sometimes, as I noted in a recent blog post, the things that you don’t do in business are...