Category Archives: Small Business

Employee Recognition: Going to the Dogs

Guest author Elizabeth Creith compares on-the-job recognition with successful dog training – consistent, regular, real – and costly if you don’t do it. In the last post I talked about giving out biscuits as a way to improve work performance. … Continue reading

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You Make It – You Market It

Products don’t sell themselves. Author-artist Elizabeth Creith talks about the business and marketing activities that entrepreneurs who create their own product must undertake to be successful. A week ago my husband read me something said by Jack L Chalker, who wrote … Continue reading

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The Portable Entrepreneur: Business Without Walls

Author-artist – and entrepreneur – Elizabeth Creith says having an Internet presence gets her more respect. In 2005, my husband opened a pet store, and I closed my successful home-based pottery business to go into the pet store business with … Continue reading

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