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Welcome to the September 18, 2007 edition of carnival of small business issues.
Ravi Vora presents Warning: You may never want to work with a big client ever again posted at Ravi Vora.
Karel Vandenberghe presents How to use Inkling Prediction Markets for your business posted at Open Innovators – Open innovation and crowdsourcing.
Christopher J. Brunner presents Implementing a Wellness Program posted at GreatFX Business Cards, saying, "The cost of health benefits for employers and employees alike is a rising concern, especially for smaller business owners. Though it can’t get rid of the cost all together, implementing a wellness program into your employees’ working lifestyle can save you money."
Gley Yahya presents Work From Home Business Success Secrets posted at Work At Home Start Up Guide, saying, "Do you want to create a work from home business? Success can be yours if you make the right decision. So you need a business example plan for your based business home start up success. Also, learn how to manage your time and you’ll be in your way to financial freedom for sure .
Work from home business success depends on your attitude and perception. The better attitude you have and the better you handle downfalls, the more likely you will be to find home based business success."
Tupelo Kenyon presents Goal Setting or Let Go and Let God posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, "There are two approaches people use to manifest their desires. Some set goals. Others surrender and presume the universe is conspiring to deliver to them their every desire without strain, in its own way and in its own time. Which way is better? Can these two methods be used together? (Enjoy soothing instrumental music as you read plus songs with lyrics related to each article – all free.)"
David B. Bohl presents Gut Check: Don?t Analyze This Question (and Don?t Blink): Is Intuition Underrated? posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, "Thank you for your consideration."
Raj Dash presents Bootstrapper » 5 Common Problems a Bootstrapping Entrepreneur May Face posted at Bootstrapper, saying, "Bootstrapping entrepreneurs might enjoy several freedoms that other business owners don’t, but they do encounter problems. Here are five such common problems."
Karel Vandenberghe presents Spigit – Tap into the Wisdom of the Crowd posted at Open Innovators – Open innovation and crowdsourcing, saying, "About Spigit, a new online platform for entrepreneurs who want their ideas to be peer reviewed."
wilson ng presents MultiTasking for Productivity posted at Reflections of a BizDrivenLife, saying, "We always believe that our quest to be more is served by us doing more. Thus, we multitask, trying to do as many task or juggle as many balls on the air. Most tasks that you can juggle may seem urgent, but they may be better delegated or not done at all. The tasks that defines your success may be those that require concentration and full attention. Doing few important tasks well may be more crucial to your success than doing many tasks haphazardly."
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