Tag Archives: Goals

7 Things Women Business Owners Should Embrace

The third full-week in October is National Business Women’s Week. As an advisor to small business owners, many of whom are women, and as a woman business owner myself, I try to note issues that I observe resonating with women in … Continue reading

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Helping Millennials Start Businesses

Half of all millennials want to start their own business within the next several years, according to a study conducted by the Center for Generational Kinetics in conjunction with America’s SBDC – and we love to help! Millennials cited two … Continue reading

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Who Needs an Exit Strategy? The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Business Transitioning

On August 24th, Karl Klein, Certified Exit Planning Advisor and Regional Director of the Washburn KSBDC was joined by Andrew Ellis (of Arthur-Green, LLP), Seth Gordon (of Sink, Gordon & Associates, LLP) and Dustin Taylor (of Kaninsurance) for a panel … Continue reading

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7 Tips for Working With a Business Mentor

Working with a business mentor can be a valuable experience for small business owners, especially when they are staring out or going through a transition. A business mentor can share lessons about his or her successes and failures, be a … Continue reading

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Goals, Success & Reflection

Often when I work with small business owners, we discover that underlying whatever problem brought them to see me is a lack of clarity about direction. Even motivated individuals can lack an understanding of what they want out of their … Continue reading

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