If you haven’t noticed, it’s a war out there. In any economy, building a small business is a challenge. When revenues shrink, the fight for customers and their dollars can be the ultimate fight for survival. There is a multitude of books that focus on one aspect of running a business such as branding, sales, and finance. It’s not uncommon to have a pile of must-read books gathering dust at the bedside as more pressing demands fill the precious time allotted for reading. Donald Todrin’s book reports from the trenches with advice you can only learn by trial and error, from tying into what is working in the marketplace and what is not.
B. Reinvent yourself, consistent with the most profitable operation you can create with the least investment.
C. Do your Debt Workouts.
D. Internet marketing, social networking, figure it out.
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Learn: What your business should be earning.