Archive for guest blogger

Your business is susceptible to chargebacks: Are you prepared?

Having the ability to accept credit cards can increase your income opportunities by selling products online or serving clients who simply prefer that method of payment. In an ideal world, you’ll never run into any problems, but it could happen. Lindsey Dahlberg of Chargebacks911 explains the risks of chargebacks, when and why they occur, and what you can do to prevent them.

Credit card chargebacks: are you prepared?

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Top mobile apps for boosting your productivity

Are you always on the go? Between client sessions, networking events, and trade shows, not to mention personal errands, you probably find yourself relying more and more on your smartphone or tablet to stay connected when you’re away from your computer. Fortunately, there are lots of apps to help you stay productive anytime and anywhere, like these three recommended by Christian Abbas.

Top mobile apps for boosting your productivity

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Organizing Your Startup Business

In my post, Are you in it for the long haul?, I offered five strategies to position your business for long-term success. For more on this subject, I’m pleased to welcome Savannah Hemmings, who shares four important aspects of planning your startup business.

Organizing Your Startup Business by Savannah Hemmings

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Be wary of mixing pleasure with business

Most of my clients use PayPal or email transfer to pay their invoices, but some prefer to pay by check. Sometimes I receive one from a client’s personal account, or even a joint account with their spouse. Today Kimberley Laws will explain why this isn’t a good practice and how to keep your business and personal finances separate.

business and personal finances

You don’t see a problem with the status quo? Perhaps, this will change your mind.

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5 perks of running your business with only a few key people

Most of us start out as not just the business owner, but the entire staff. If something needs to be done, we do it! Even when things reach the point where you can’t expand your business unless you start building a team, it’s best to limit your staff to a few key people, as Mishka Tolentino explains.

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Top 5 Apps for Business Coaches and Consultants

Deb Lee knows more about the latest technologies and tools than anyone else I know, so I was thrilled when she offered to stop by and tell us about some of the best apps for business. I’m going to be her guest this week too, so be sure to read right through to the end of her post for details about our free teleclass.

Top 5 Apps for Coaches & Consultants

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How much is enough?

As a professional organizer, while guiding your clients through the decision-making process, you may be asked, “How much is enough?” After giving this question a great deal of thought, Liana George of By George Organizing Solutions offered to share her answer, and invites you to share yours as well.

How much is enough?

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Tool Storage Systems for Organizationally Disadvantaged Contractors

Our guest this week is Michael Chotiner from Home Depot. He’s got a great idea for a market you may not have considered, along with some great tips and photos to help you choose the best organizing products for your clients. I just know you’ll find his article interesting!

Tool Storage Systems for Contractors

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