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Jim Blasingame
Is it possible to love your small business too much? In the 21st century, the answer is yes, which is why successful small business owners follow Blasingame's Law of Business Love. » More
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In the economy and in small business, information can become dangerously disconnected from reality. Avoid creating or getting caught up in Availability Cascade by spending less time listening to ta... » More
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Being passionate about a small business is very important, whether it’s a startup or an established company. But successful entrepreneurs understand that passion and ego must be tempered with resea... » More
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Entrepreneurs are a lot like cowboys - they're not wrong, they're just different. They have a unique drive, a special kind of intelligence, and take risks others avoid - and the world can't do with... » More
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Buying a business is likely the most important transaction you’ll ever make, So be patient, conduct the proper due diligence, and remember these four critical elements. » More
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If you're thinking about buying a business, here are a few principles you need to consider. And don't forget, information, an orderly process, and patience are your friends. » More
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With rising inflation, you’re not only justified in raising prices, you must raise prices. But be sure that action is based on a pricing strategy informed by your actual and projected numbers, and ... » More
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In the Age of the Customer, a successful brand message meets customer expectations, an unsuccessful one may cause customers to leave negative reviews or social media posts. Remember, User Generated... » More
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In Part 2 of this series, Jim discusses Level Two CWCS, which only afflicts managers and is more troubling and organizationally more devastating than Level One, because it occurs at the top, where ... » More
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Do you worry about the competition? In the Age of the Customer, an obsession with the competition can result in an unfortunate and dangerous condition Blasingame calls the "Customer? What Customer?... » More