Let’s be honest: being a small business owner can be absolutely overwhelming at time. Often it feels as if you need to take care of everything, all at once. Payroll needs to be processed, that social … Continue reading Making Time – Here Are 5 Things You Can Outsource as a Small Business Owner
Each year holds something different for business large and small. On January 1st of this year, Business News Daily published a compilation of predicted small business trends for 2017. Ranging from the business climate to technology, … Continue reading Small Business Trends & Predictions from 2017 – How Many Have Come True for You?
These days, investing in a personal website can go a long way toward setting yourself apart from your competition. Whether you are a photographer or a freelance writer, a professional looking website is essential to drawing … Continue reading What Should You Include on Your Personal Website?
Weedeating is art, and as any great artist should, I have a vision, a theory, an artist statement that guides my weedeating: controlled chaos. I like my yard to walk the fine line between expertly manicured … Continue reading Weedeating, Supply Side Prioritization, and the WTF Experience
I’ve been finding a lot of great information on feedback mechanisms lately, so I compiled it here. Seems to work out as four rough categories. User Feedback Talking to users (or customers) is incredibly helpful and … Continue reading Feedback Mechanisms for Entrepreneurs
I recently came across a new subscription service founded by the self-described “inventors of the revolutionary sockscription.” Yes, they deliver fresh socks to your doorstep every month. There are officially subscriptions for every type of product … Continue reading The Goldilocks Dilemma for Subscription Services
Build what you want to see in the world: make a bet that it will resonate with other people. Only occasionally do I plow through one of the many business books piled on my shelf. They … Continue reading Book Recommendation from Twitter’s Jack Dorsey: The Art Spirit by Robert Henri
I recently took 30+ minutes to watch this Mark Zuckerberg interview from back in 2013. From running through walls to (…not) pushing up hills, I found some great insights worth sharing on the HubRunner blog. Really … Continue reading 4 Important Lessons from Mark Zuckerberg