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Tips for Small Business Travel

During the summer a lot of entrepreneurs and business owners will be traveling domestically and internationally. We came across these tips for entrepreneurs and business owners to help out with the sometimes bumpy road for traveling.

  1. Create Your Own HotSpot
  2. Use Messaging Apps for Communicating
  3. Use Prepaid SIM Cards
  4. Use Prepaid Phones
  5. Use Services Like Skype
  6. Travel During the Off Season
  7. Shop Anonymous Hotels
  8. Source Discounts
  9. Ask for Reduced Rates When Possible
  10. Call Before Leaving
  11. Compression Sacks
  12. Ostrich Pillow
  13. SeV Woman’s Trench Coat
  14. Travel kits
  15. The Train Reaction
  16. Check Out Smaller Companies
  17. Find Discounts and Coupons
  18. Start on the Weekend
  19. Go Further Afield for Your Rental
  20. Shop Around
  21. Watch Out for Extra Charges
  22. Back Up Your Computer Files
  23. Join a Rewards Program
  24. Book Nonstop Flights
  25. Dress Up a Little
  26. Charge Up the Gadgets

Check out the full post here: Savvy Tips for Smart Business Travel

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You Have a Good Idea…Go For It, GRIND

 

Recently on Shark Tank, Mark Cuban said this…watch it on repeat:

“You have a good idea. Go for it! GRIND

Every minute you spend bartending is a minute you’re not selling..you’re not doing a consultation…you’re not getting a client.

If I were you I would grind…I would live like a student….I would make sure I don’t have any debt whatsoever…”

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Mark Cuban on Preparation

“If you’re prepared and you know what it takes, it’s not a risk. You just have to figure out how to get there. There is always a way to get there.” Of course, that doesn’t mean there won’t be plenty of obstacles. Unfortunately, too many people give up too soon. It’s the figuring out how to get there that separates entrepreneurs from wantrepreneurs.

Read more here: http://www.inc.com/drew-hendricks/10-tips-mark-cuban-would-give-his-younger-self.html

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Bet on your Strengths

Betting on strengths might be the most underrated strategy in modern business. I’m serious. We have an obsession with improvement. We spend time trying to correct weaknesses, when we could be just paying attention to the strengths. Why? Again, I’m talking about a strictly business scenario, because weaknesses in personal and family life should be given attention and care. But in the office, at work, on your team: focus on the strengths.

Read more: Your Weaknesses Don’t Bother Me

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How Billionaires Make Their Money [VIDEO]

“If you have set the goal of adding your name to this list [Forbes List], it would be in your best interest to follow in the footsteps of those before you. The entrepreneurial route is the way to go. Starting your own business may not turn you into a billionaire, but it definitely increases your potential earning power.”

This post is SurePayroll post.

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Go Make a Sale

Daymond John, the founder of Fubu and one of the venture capitalist recently had a post on the importance of making a sale and actually focusing on testing the market and proving there is value in the market.

“One of the biggest mistakes I see entrepreneurs making these days is spending too much time trying to perfect their product, or raise more capital for it, without ever testing it on the market. The only way for you to know if your product is truly sound is to get up, get out there and make a sale….No matter how you do it, this step is absolutely crucial. Stop planning, stop pitching, and go out there and SELL!”

 

Read more: http://daymondjohn.com/power_journal/go-out-there-and-sell/

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Being an Entrepreneur & Pushing the Envelop

On pushing the envelop “I’m constantly evolving my videos. I like to experiment a lot and tell different stories…”

“Part of being an entrepreneur is also being a creator and you have to create new ideas and take that risk.”

On partnerships: “Draw boundaries right before you start.”

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Mobile Friendly Search

Google recently posted a blog about mobile search rankings. While it has been rumored for a long time, Google finally made an announcement about it being a ranking signal.

Take away: Make sure your website is mobile friendly.

“Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will have a significant impact in our search results. Consequently, users will find it easier to get relevant, high quality search results that are optimized for their devices.”

Google Blog Post: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2015/02/finding-more-mobile-friendly-search.html