Will the latest round of Fed quantitative easing help small businesses? Jim Blasingame reports on a recent poll that shows small business owners don't like the Fed's latest round of quantitative easing, and why QE3 will not help small businesses.
Could the U.S. be on a path to hyper-inflation? Jim Blasingame warns about the potential for a return to the hyper-inflation of the 1970s and even worse, the possibilities of stagflation, all due to the policies of the Fed.
The best innovations are probably very small. Jim Blasingame talks about a different approach to innovation for small businesses than most people would think.
You have to think of everything. Jim Blasingame talks about why a small business should incorporate the innovations of others with in-house innovation to produce a better result.
How can you make sure you're getting the most from sales activity? Jim Blasingame talks about the history of the sales call, why the cold call is dead, and how to connect with prospects in the Age of the Customer.
When you're ready to sell your business, could an employee stock option plan (ESOP) be for you? Jim Blasingame walks you thought the technical and financial steps involved in selling your business to employees with an ESOP.
What is the ethical landscape on Main Street? Jim Blasingame offers insight into how small business owners address ethical issues, and offers three new principles to consider as guideposts.
Forget liability, this election is about stark ideological differences. Jim Blasingame encourages all voters in this year's presidential election to listen to the debates based on ideological differences, not personalities.
How are you handling the velocity of change? Jim Blasingame reveals that the increase in the velocity of change may explain some anxiety and offers tips on how to handle it.
Are small business owners concerned about the Middle East unrest? Jim Blasingame reports on a recent small business poll where 89% reported they were concerned about the economic and security impact of Middle East unrest.