Do You Have What it Takes to Thrive in Business?

Yesterday we shared Episode 18 of the Don't Call It Small...Business podcast and we hope that it helps someone who is contemplating starting, building, or revamping their business. The episode begins with Natasha sharing her joy in returning to work after taking a week off because of medical issues that she experienced last Sunday, that … Continue reading Do You Have What it Takes to Thrive in Business?

Episode 17 Podcast Highlights: Trade Negotiations, Food Moves, Struggling Entrepreneurs, and Overlooked Business Resources

Today on Episode 17 of the Don't Call It Small...Business Podcast, Natasha discussed some of the ways to support entrepreneurs, startups, and those needing and performing overhauls. We also shared two entrepreneurs that you should get to know and do business with, as either a client or provider, or both. We also shared business news … Continue reading Episode 17 Podcast Highlights: Trade Negotiations, Food Moves, Struggling Entrepreneurs, and Overlooked Business Resources

Booming States for Business Startups and 4 Entrepreneurs You Should Meet

Episode 16 of the Don't Call It Small...Business Podcast shares WalletHub's 2019 List of Best States to Start a Business; looking at the best and worst states, according to their research. We then compare some of their rankings with CNBC's America's Top States for Business study. Then we share our opinions and tips for business … Continue reading Booming States for Business Startups and 4 Entrepreneurs You Should Meet

Today on #DontCallitSmall We’re Promoting a 9-Year-Old Author and Examining 20 Reasons Why Businesses Fail

Today is Episode 15 of the Don't Call It Small...Business Podcast. Our show starts out with a promo for 9-year-old author, Kyler Smith's first book "I Define Me" available on Amazon.com. This autobiographical book allows readers to walk in the shoes of Kyler, whose been diagnosed with dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyspraxia. It also empowers children … Continue reading Today on #DontCallitSmall We’re Promoting a 9-Year-Old Author and Examining 20 Reasons Why Businesses Fail