What to do when a client decides to move on
What to do when a client doesn't want your services any more, and how to prevent that from happening again.
What you need to know to negotiate a lower rent on your commercial lease
While rent is obviously the most important part of a commercial lease, don’t overlook CAM fees which can lead to unexpected costs.
Good leadership means leaving room for interpretation
Good communication is great, but the willingness to leave room for employees to interpret your instructions is necessary if you want to encourage growth.
Eight benefits of limiting caffeine intake
Cutting back on your caffeine intake can be difficult, but you might find that it's worth it in the long run.
Do you need a lawyer to draft a shareholder agreement?
If you have a business in which you’re one of multiple owners, you should have or at least consider having a shareholder agreement.
How technology helps with employee retention
Technological advancements are one tool that smaller companies can leverage to appeal to employees without facing skyrocketing staff costs.
So you’re buying a business. Should you get a lawyer involved?
It may be tempting to save a few thousand dollars by thinking you understand every document yourself, but it’s often not that simple.
Brooklyn Wall redefines her passion for yoga as a test of patience
The journey from enthusiast to practitioner for one transplanted yogi from the prairies
How to choose the right software solution for your small business
Software can save your business time and money. But with so many options to choose from, how do you pick the right one?
The hidden consequence of self-employment: Barriers to borrowing money
Lenders don't always look fondly on self-employed borrowers. Here's what they're looking for, and how to get that loan.
How to attract amazing talent to your business
Here’s some helpful advice for small business owners to find the right balance between being flexible about who they want and determining what’s important for the business.