Most people in the business world are not ogres, and they do genuinely believe that their insane requests are reasonable.
Tangible items - things you can see and feel and touch - hold our attention much better than intangibles. For instance, let's say that you have a mortgage, car loan, or a student loan that needs to be paid off. Essentially, every dollar that you spend on something frivolous could have been applied toward that... Continue Reading →
Sometimes, it's really nice to be able to say "NO" to a potential client who's already exploding with red flags. That is one of the great joys of being a business owner - you don't have to accept everyone's stupid or ridiculously low bid/offer. Just in case you haven't explored the Great Golden Word of... Continue Reading →