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Personalizing your messages

Mass communication tools help any organization spread their message with lightning speed. As small business owners, we can communicate with clients across the globe. Our messages can be heard in Russia, Germany and Canada simultaneously. However, we also run the risk of seeming impersonal to our clients. Fortunately, we can still give our messages a [...]

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What the new patent ruling means to you

One of the greatest advances born from that incredible American spirit of innovation has been the federal patent system itself. Yes, it definitely has its detractors, but overall it’s been a huge asset for this country and the opportunities for entrepreneurs here for decades. We know first hand – we received several patents, starting with [...]

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New StartupNation Key Moves Podcast

Check out the new podcast series sponsored by Visa Small Business highlighting the key moves that entrepreneurs are making to create successful businesses and achieve their goals. Every week during May and June you’ll hear a new 10-15 minute show and learn about specific tactics and strategies that you can put to work to create [...]

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Getting things done

Entrepreneurs are often go-getters; people that can do anything … for anyone … and, yes, sometimes overcommit. I recently read David Allen’s, Getting Things Done and found it one of the most helpful books I’ve read in 2007. A quick excerpt on the five phases of project planning: You have an urge to make something [...]

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