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When the courage and convictions of one group of individuals converged with the humanity of two others, something special happened: A critical part of the foundation of the most benevolent nation i... » More
Bill Dunkelberg
<p><strong>NFIB optimism index inches up in October as more owners expect better sales and say it&rsquo;s a good time to expand.</strong ...</["strong"]></["p"]> » More
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame celebrates 20 years of The Small Business Advocate Show on November 17, 2017. » More
Jim Blasingame
Here are five cloud-based resource categories that help your small business operate more efficiently, competitively, and profitably. » More
Jim Blasingame
Just as Jeff got rich delivering this comedic routine, you can benefit from his cause-and-effect logic by applying it to your small business. Except unlike Foxworthy, it won't be funny if you resem... » More
Jim Blasingame
There are many tasks every small business owner must handle personally, but none is more CEO-specific than allocation of capital. Because the only thing more precious to a small business than capit... » More
Jim Blasingame
Fear and greed, it has been said, are the two primal emotions that have propelled human civilization. Of course, both have their dark side, too. » More
Bill Dunkelberg
NFIBs Bill Dunkelberg reports small business owners across the country are less enthusiastic about the economy now than they were in August, even though the overall numbers still remain high by his... » More
Jim Blasingame
Naisbitt's Razor - high tech AND high touch - makes it imperative that you blend the sexy digital power of mobile computing, with the compelling humanity of a handshake. » More
Bill Dunkelberg
According to Bill Dunkelberg at NFIB, in spite of Washington it appears that small business optimism is holding at record levels because of private sector activity on Main Street. » More