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Jim Blasingame reveals how, through self-analysis, highly effective people see what whey do well and capitalize on it, as well as recognize and evaluate what they don't do well and improve or minim... » More
Bill Dunkelberg
NFIB Chief Economist Bill Dunkelberg reports small business optimism is virtually unchanged this month, but finding qualified workers is still the biggest challenge. » More
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What do some businesses have in common with supersonic transportation? Jim Blasingame reminds business owners to remember the lessons learned from the Concorde Fallacy. » More
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Jim Blasingame reveals his 2019 predictions for small business, the economy, technology, and more. Stay tuned - last year his predictions were over 85% accurate. » More
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In the economy and in small business, information can become dangerously disconnected from reality. Jim Blasingame reminds us to spend less time listening to talking heads and more time listening t... » More
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Jim Blasingame shares the reasons for his scrooge-ness and advocates for making the holiday spirit of giving last all year. » More
Bill Dunkelberg
NFIB Chief Economist Bill Dunkelberg reports small business optimism posted a modest decline in November with a reading of 104.8, while continuing its exceptionally strong two-year trend. » More
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Jim Blasingame reviews his 2018 predictions and reconciles them with what happened, including the economy, the new tax law, and whether the stock market is in a bubble. » More
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It's true there are many positive aspects of becoming a business owner. Jim Blasingame dispels some of the myths of owning your own business. » More
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Millions of small businesses sell personal services like consulting, website development, or janitorial services, instead of something tangible. Unfortunately, pricing a service is not as intuitive... » More