Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Jacquette M. Timmons. Every business, from the start-up to the “mom-n-pop,” and from the small service and/or product-based business to the multi-national company, eventually encounters a season when money is tight. Perhaps it looks like sales reaching a … [Read more...] about When Money Is Tight, Are You Blaming It on Cashflow?
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Jacquette M. Timmons. We are almost four weeks into the new year. This is the time of the year that tends to bring about a renewed energy, excitement, and sense of self-empowerment. These are otherwise known as a few of the key ingredients needed to bring … [Read more...] about How to See Tedium as Valuable
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Jacquette M. Timmons. It takes a special kind of person to be an entrepreneur, business owner, or leader. Or, as is often described here at Productive Flourishing... to be a Creative Giant. And by special, I don’t mean in the “snowflake, handle with kid … [Read more...] about The Intersection of Bravery and Fear Is Beautiful
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Jacquette Timmons. According to the 2016 Kaufman Index, while the rate of new entrepreneurs decreased slightly to 310 out of every 100,000 adults, business survival rates reached a three-decade high of 48.7 percent. The latter statistic is excellent news … [Read more...] about This Is the Big Financial Mistake Successful Entrepreneurs Avoid