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Small Biz

Taking control online

Here's how one business did it

By Rachel Hoffman

Look beyond the resume for the best hire

The results of a trial exercise might surprise you

By Glen Weinberg

Best of Cobiz: Make plans—then make plan

...and other rules for success in life and business

By Laurence B. Valant

The ACA and workplace wellness programs

Small businesses can benefit

By Daniel Ward

No end to fast-casual appetite

Modmarket founders see synergies, not saturation

By Mike Taylor

Tech startup: Decibullz

By Eric Peterson

Dakin’s tips for 1st Dollar Revenue

Believe anything is possible

By Theresa M. Szczurek

Four keys to continuity during crisis

Don't get caught flat-footed in the next flood

By Shawn Adamson

Readers Respond

My take on Tesla

Elon Musk is a very bright man who has figured out how to use other companies in strategic alliances to grow Tesla. Tesla has alliances with most of the major car manufactures where they trade patents, manufacturing skills, and/or products. By building a mega battery factory in Nevada, Tesla will be building batteries for all other car manufacturers, and hopefully reduce the cost of the batteries. As the demand for electric engines/cars grows, Telsa's share will continue to grow. Making the pie bigger, helps everyone. By George Tyler on 2014 09 22

Keep your eye on your cash

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Exploring servant leadership

Wisdom in writing right here! A good reminder for all of us in leadership positions on what our real purpose is. By Mark Russell on 2014 09 18

Courage to pick up the phone

Nice article! Having been on both sides of the fence (both sales professional and customer) I find your advice dead-on. Sadly, very few tele-prospectors in any industry seem to be following your excellent advice anymore and are instead looking for a quick hit. In almost all cases they do not get very far with me. By Frederick Wellers on 2014 09 17

Five remedies for negative rumination

Another tip to be included regarding the scenario given. Go and congratulate your colleague for being awarded the position. Show them that you will be supportive. This will ease the pressure and tension between you and your colleague and will further create harmony within your work group. You will surely feel happier and continue to be positive and expect even more better opportunities to come your way. By Henry Mukuti on 2014 09 15

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