Part of helping small business owners to stop feeling overwhelmed about their daily tasks is curating some amazing content from around the blogosphere. Each week we assemble what we think are the top posts, and ones that are particularly relevant for you.
Each post reflects a core component of being a SBO. We’re confident you’ll find them as valuable as we did.
Becoming a huge success carries no formula, we’re sorry to say. But that doesn’t mean the most successful people don’t have one thing in common. Each business leader could stand to find out what that is.
“Much of leadership is dependent upon leaders’ reactions to the situation and the needs of their followers.” There is one trait that seems to be shared by poor leaders and poor aspiring leaders: the need to appear certain.
Showing weakness reaffirms to your employees you’re a flawed human. Read on to learn more.
Like many businesses, Two Men and a Truck started to fill a small need for the owners, but due to market demand, it turned into a big company with 290 franchisees and with 51 months of financial growth in the U.S.
Industry knowledge may have been necessary to create the franchise, but it turns out that a good franchisee is not always someone who knows the industry.