"I just keep shaking my head." Jim Blasingame shares some of his writings from the days after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, including the poem, "I just keep shaking my head."
When small business is strong, the world is stronger. Jim Blasingame offers advice to Pres. Obama on tonight’s jobs speech and how he can help small business do what it does best – grow and create jobs.
How much do you know about cloud computing? Jim Blasingame reveals the results of a Small Business Advocate poll in which almost two-thirds of respondents say they have adopted cloud computing.
Why isn’t there a day to recognize the real heroes of the marketplace? Jim Blasingame proposes a national day of recognition for those who produce over half of the U.S. GDP and employ over two-thirds of all U.S. workers – small business owners.
The fundamental job of politicians is to conduct the government’s business. Jim Blasingame reveals the results of a recent Small Business Advocate poll in which most people said political contributions should be withheld until politicians show they can work together.
As your business grows, are you growing productive teams? Jim Blasingame says the evolution of small business growth requires extra attention to be paid to also growing productive teams.
Why do your employees come to work? Jim Blasingame talks about how to create a business culture where employees come to work thinking about something besides just a paycheck.
A soybean is a commodity and so is everything you sell. Jim Blasingame talks about practices that will prove your relevance and differentiate your small business from competitors in The Age of the Customer™.
What will it take to get the economy turned around? Jim Blasingame talks about the results of a recent Small Business Advocate Poll which reveals over 75% of small businesses just want the government to get out of the way of businesses.
If Internet browsers are free, why would there be browser wars? Jim Blasingame reports on a recent Small Business Advocate poll on browser use, including a little history, a war, who won and why you should you care.