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Give Credit Where Credit is Due.

It’s amazing how folks will give credit to a community or group of people for someone successfully building a business. Over the years I’ve heard things like, oh XYZ CHURCH built his or her business or once she got the job at such and such company that’s how they’re business blew up.

I find it crazy that you rarely hear anyone give credit to the owner/entrepreneur for building their business with blood sweat and tears. What I know is, no one is there when you are burning the midnight oil. No one knows how many marketing plans you went through to figure out which one worked the best. No one knows how many sleepless nights you’ve had. It’s so much that goes on behind closed doors that’s unseen and not given credit for.

Let’s normalize giving credit to the entrepreneur for working hard to build their business and stop giving credit to your unreliable opinion.

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Tips for Managing Seasonal Inventory

It doesn’t matter if it’s a holiday or a vacation season; if you’re a business… The post Tips for Managing Seasonal Inventory appeared first on …

Tips for Managing Seasonal Inventory
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Raimonda Jankunaite of ‘Women in Business Club’: “Never undervalue yourself”

Never undervalue yourself. When you start out in business, you think you need to undervalue your services because you are just starting out, and you …

Raimonda Jankunaite of ‘Women in Business Club’: “Never undervalue yourself”
Women in Business

Iyanla Vanzant Shares Why She’s Ending ‘Fix My Life’ After 9 Years | BET

Iyanla Vanzant Shares Why She’s Ending ‘Fix My Life’ After 9 Years | BET
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