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  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 2:26 pm on May 18, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , find a niche, , niche, niche blueprint, niche market, niche marketing, , , , virtual business assistant   

    Your Small Business Needs A Niche 

    Your small business needs a niche. Have you ever thought of that? Are you just a generalist or a specialist? Having a niche means that you specialize in a specific area of business. Your business or product has a focused, target-able portion of a market.  What market or areas of business do you serve? Who is your target client? You can’t be all things to everybody. So pick a niche & stick with it. When you’re first starting out it’s good to have a niche then you can evolve & change over time.

    Having a strong passion for your niche is what makes having a niche business great. Many times other small businesses may not be aware of your particular niche market, and some large businesses don’t want to bother with smaller or specific niche markets. For many small businesses, focusing on a niche market is their key to success & longevity, as long as an entrepreneur has it well planned out.

    When you have your niche well defined with strategic planning, business planning and the right support behind you, a business can go far. There’s no set formula for success but the most successful businesses are those that are able to spot opportunities for success & invest in a niche.

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  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 3:05 pm on April 1, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Be Entrepreneurial. Look for opportuniti… 

    Be Entrepreneurial. Look for opportunities everywhere and pursue them quickly.Be persistent, develop strategies to overcome obstacles, solve problems creatively. Create an inspiring vision. Focus on your core competences and competitive advantage. Challenge assumptions, ask “Why?” and “What If?” questions.

     
  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 2:19 pm on April 1, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Who’s gonna get the credit?..In dealing with teams, it may seem like one person or a select few are always getting the credit for many or several projects. Managers should investigate who’s really responsible and establish cultural norms around taking & giving credit in the workplace. Setting a precedent can prevent tough situations, as your team members understand what’s expected of them.

     
  • Renee: CEO Coach & Management Specialist 12:53 am on January 18, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , cpa, irs, , , , , tax help, , virtual business assistant   

    Stay Prepared For Business Taxes 

    Throughout the life and management of your business you should have things in order especially when it comes to tax time. This is one of the one of the many times that you don’t want to screw up in business. Sometimes preparing your business for tax time can be a pain but it must get done.

    You should have had things organized already. Like your receipts & other important tax info. All receipts should be original, not copies. The IRS already knows how businesses big & small try to deduct as much as possible. So have your things in order, just in case of an audit. Have proper storage for your receipts & tax info in a safe organized place such a secure organized fire proof file cabinet or storage boxes etc…

    Also recheck things with your bookkeeper, payroll company and/ or get assistance from a CPA, tax specialist or your local IRS office for free. Whatever the condition of your business finances, always pay your taxes.

    If you don’t know then educate yourself on business taxes. Education will really help you out in the long run. Sometimes if the nature of your business is somewhat consistent from year to year, you may be able to manage your business taxes by yourself.

    Look into taking advantage of many tax breaks.Tax laws can be confusing, especially with the constantly changing stipulations for business filings. So it’s always good to educate yourself & get help.

    It’s always great to get a tax advisor or some form of tax help. You can get great info from IRS website–> http://www.irs.gov

     
    • Una Padula 10:56 pm on January 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply

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    • Len Foster 10:36 am on February 2, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Tax is something I always outsource to people who know what they are doing and can give good advice on reducing my tax bill.

      I am a big fan of outsourcing with any work at all and have a site dedicated to promoting outsourcing http://www.easyoutsourcingforprofits.com

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