The transition from founder to father (or father to founder) is typically one met with much anticipation. Neither roles are easy, and both are extremely humbling. Dads are doing much more work as caretakers of their children, and they’re discovering along the way that there’s some really helpful life lessons that can come from that.
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Lately, the news has been in a flurry with impending tariff threats and trade wars not only with China, but now with Mexico, too. Whenever talk of new (and higher) tariffs arise, the first thing economists do is look at how it affects small businesses. It may seem like American businesses would have an advantage
So you’ve got your business. That’s great! Coming up with an idea and getting started is often the hardest part of entrepreneurship. Whether you’re just planting your roots or moving from another location, how to determine the right location for your business is often a challenging task. It’s a big decision that affects many factors,
The Small Business Expo is coming to New York City next week, Wednesday June 5th, 2019 from 10AM-5:30PM. NYC is filled with entrepreneurs and driven business leaders. What better way to meet and connect with like-minded individuals than to attend the Small Business Expo, supporting the efforts those powering the economy! New York City is
April is Autism Awareness Month, and for many adults with autism (an estimated over three million), there is nowhere they’d rather see progress made than in the workplace. With only 14% of adults with autism holding paid jobs in their communities, according to the National Autism Indicators report published by Drexel University’s Autism Institute, unemployment
Earth Day falls on a Monday this year, April 22nd, 2019, which also happens to be Easter Monday! Earth Day can (and should) be celebrated in a variety of ways, but it often seems harder to do when the day falls during the work week, when you’re in an office of artificial lighting printing out
Have you been busy this tax season? Tax Day is Monday, April 15th, 2019, and many business owners are experiencing different results than normal because of the new tax policies implemented in 2018. Whether you owe or earn (and for most small businesses, it’s owe), you have options to use this tax season to your
Communication is key to getting work done, and that’s the truth whether you all work in the same office or all work remotely. Say goodbye to the days of drowning in sticky-notes and missing key tasks, there are hundreds of task management apps out there to help your team manage workflow in 2019, and each
Life is often about compromise, and navigating the business world is no different. The question is, how do you get what you want when someone else wants something different? Negotiation is an important part of doing business, but despite its commonality, many leaders and business owners are still working to find a balance in getting
After the in-laws, gifting your boss is probably the hardest person to shop for on your list. Really, what do you get someone who makes more money than you? Who knows how much you make? Who you want to thank immensely without being too much of a goody-goody? It doesn’t have to be holiday gifts