Category Archives: Health

Here, we focus on the mind, body, and spiritual sides of business. We are so busy today that we ignore our personal health. When we do, things start to break down. Health should be managed proactively. Here’s how.

Camp Bonfire: From a Dream of Summer Camp for Adults to a Thriving Business…

Jacob Winterstein and his partner founded Camp Bonfire (http://campbonfire.com/ ) in 2015 to provide affordable adult summer camps enabling grownups to relax wholesomely with nature. Before committing to the business, Jacob wrote his business plan in The Wharton Small Business Development Center’s Strategic Business Planning (SBP) workshop with Instructor John McAdam in late 2014.  Equipped…
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How to Make Tax Time Easier Next Year

How to Make Tax Time Easier Next Year Isn't tax time the most wonderful time of the year? Yeah, right. During tax season, I know some small business owners who amaze me with their ability to procrastinate. They cram weeks of tax preparation work into days. Tax time reminds me of college, when some people…
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5 Disasters for Your Small Business to Avoid

5 Disasters for Your Small Business to Avoid Whether you’re operating a start-up or an established business, the small-business world can quickly become a minefield. Briefly, let’s review the more common types of business disasters faced by entrepreneurs and small business owners today. Neglecting your marketing and letting your new-customer pipeline run dry If you…
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Hunting for Coffee in New York

Hunting for Coffee in New York John in the Morning It’s 4:00 AM in midtown Manhattan. My favorite time of the day to write, in an exhilarating yet exhausting city—but I need coffee first. Should I make hotel-room coffee? No thank you, I’ve heard too much information about those machines. I check at the front…
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Tips for Working with Angry Business Partners

Tips for Working with Angry Business Partners Did you ever have to work with a person that you were mad at? Years ago, I heard men threaten to take their problem outside at work, and on occasion I've heard women literally scream at each other in the office. But that was a long time ago.…
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Time Management for Business Owners

Time Management for Business Owners Did you ever finish your workday and wonder, “What happened to my time? Where did it go?” One of the hardest parts about being a small business owner is to manage you. We often ignore managing ourselves. Let’s face it; one of the reasons many of us own small businesses…
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What Should You Do When Employees Bring Personal Problems to Work?

I've been managing people for years, but I continue to be conflicted about how to deal with employees who bring personal problems to work.  According to recent research, by Bensinger, DuPont & Associates concludes that forty-seven percent of employees say that problems in their personal lives sometimes affect their work performance. We all know that…
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