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Dr. Sabrina on The Entrepreneur’s Radio Show

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Before I went on maternity leave, I had an exciting opportunity to be interviewed by Travis Lane Jenkins for the Entrepreneurs Radio Show. It was just released last week. In case you missed it, here is a link to listen in as I share some secrets for Growing Your Business with Great Employees.

 

 

 

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Rural Business Success: High Performing Teams

This past week, I had the honor of presenting the Riverton Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Award to Jeff and Michelle McMenamy and their team at Teton Therapy PC.  Teton Therapy provides physical and occupational therapy services to residents of Fremont County, WY.

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I first met Jeff in 2008 when he attended one of my business seminars where I asked one of my favorite powerful questions:

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The Challenge of Leadership in Rural Business

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iStock_000010450125Small_NL_40314I speak to business leaders every day, and I hear a cluster of specific topics that are of concern for them.  One of these relates to the idea “I have to tell people what to do everyday, or they don’t do anything!”  Another relates to understanding the differences between leadership and management.  Not surprisingly, these two challenges are closely intertwined.

Although the field of leadership is steadily gaining ground in both academic and professional literature, there is little agreement regarding what leadership actually is.  I’ve been interested in the subject since before it became the topic de jour, and I have concluded that leadership is not one concept, but instead a rich, dynamic experience that has several facets to it.  In order to understand leadership, it is important to break it down into these smaller parts.  One of these smaller parts is understanding the difference between leadership and management; another is understanding the complex psychology behind motivation.

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Employee Solutions: Reduce Re-Work

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How many times have you delegated something, only to have your employee turn the work in and you are disappointed in the quality of the work that was done? Here’s a quick employee solution to help you with this problem that plagues so many small business owners.

51QIWA1fCNL._SL160_LargeBlogIn her ProfitCon interview earlier this week, JJ Ramberg, host of MSNBC’s Your Business and author ofIt’s Your Business: 183 Essential Tips that Will Transform Your Small Business shared this tip to help you maximize your investment in employees: Continue reading

Small Business Finances Made Easy

Rodrigo Laddaga

 


Small Business Finances Made Easy

BY RODRIGO LADDAGA

Do you ever feel like maybe you are the only business owner who is not fluent in financial statements? Rest assured, you are NOT alone. In fact, most of us who come into owning our own businesses feel like we are the ONLY ones who don’t get this stuff.

After many years of working with thousands of Small Businesses, I have noticed that finance is often an area of weakness for small business owners.
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Before working with Sabrina, I was working 80+ hour workweeks, including weekends. In just a few months time, I started taking Sundays off, and taking one whole weekend off every month. Now I am working at least 20 hours less per week and getting a lot more done. Sabrina tells me it gets even better from here. I can’t wait!

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