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Lakewood
(Financial Plaza), CO

225 Union Blvd. Suite 150
Lakewood, CO 80228

Reviewing Your Mission Statement

Your business has been around for a few years now, so is your original mission statement still relevant? It’s important to assess how your current business model and strategy aligns with the mission statement that you started with. Things change, businesses evolve, and goals are (hopefully) being met. With all of that in mind you might be surprised to realize that it’s about time for a mission statement refresh.

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4 Reasons Your Small Business Needs an Online Marketing Budget

Now, more than ever before, your potential customers are shopping for and researching information about products and services online. There’s tons of competition in the search engines, and having an online marketing budget and a plan is imperative to making sales from your online presence.

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Determining Loan Size and Needs in a Startup

If you’re looking for a small business loan or other financial resources, before you apply you need to accurately understand how much you need to get to the next level. Let’s take a closer look at some of the most common ways of funding a startup business that don’t involve the murky dealings of angel investors or venture capitalists.

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Setting Attainable Business Goals

Everyone wants to swing for the fences when setting business goals, but then they often fall short of these lofty expectations they made for themselves. As an entrepreneur, how do you go about setting up realistic and attainable business goals?

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How to Choose Your Business Structure

When it’s time to choose a business structure for your startup, things can quickly get confusing. From sole proprietorships to LLCs, it can be very difficult figure out what business structure is right for you. While there are many options, there’s no one best choice for the type of business entity you choose to legally operate under. There may be, however, a best choice for your particular company based on your business or performance goals. Let’s outline the most common types of business structures to help you decide on the best one for your startup now and in the future.

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Using Social Media to Grow Your Business-to-Business Business

Social media is largely seen as a B2C channel. But can B2B leverage it for growth? The answer is yes. Business-to-business social media marketing is no longer simply an efficient and effective way to boost sales—it’s an essential tool in your organization’s arsenal for competing in the B2B market.

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Handling Increased Administrative Tasks as Your Business Grows

It used to be simple. Your business grew, so you hired more salespeople, more secretaries, and more receptionists. Then the world changed and now we carry around our offices in our pockets via our smart phones. But databases still need to be filled, phone calls need to be fielded and appointments still need to be scheduled. As your business grows, so will your workload. How can you cope with the increased administrative load?

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Virtual Assistants and Delegation

One of the most important parts of running a small business is keeping your eye on the big picture. But between supervising operations, keeping up with inventory and monitoring the books, most entrepreneurs can get bogged down in day-to-day activities instead of focusing on strategic initiatives and planning for growth. At the same time, many small businesses have not yet grown large enough to afford an entrepreneur the luxury of a secretary or an administrative assistant. That’s why virtual assistants offer the perfect solution to the delegation challenges faced by entrepreneurs.

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11 Reasons You Need a Virtual Assistant

Running a startup is a tough job, and there’s never a shortage of tasks that need to be completed. It’d be great to get all of those sidelined projects underway, but who’s going to handle it all?

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What to Do if your First Efforts at Fundraising Fail

Your first attempt at raising money for your new company or business enterprise didn't go as planned and you fell short of your fundraising goal. Your self-imposed deadline for raising funds for your startup has come and gone. Now it’s time to dig deep and figure out what went wrong and correct your trajectory. Where do you go from here?

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How to Leverage Instagram For Your Business

New studies prove that Instagram has massive brand-building power, generating more engagement than traditional social media standbys like Facebook and Twitter. In fact, Instagram generates more engagement than any other major social network (there were two caveats: consumer products and telecommunications companies tend to get more engagement on Pinterest).

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13 Things Entrepreneurs Should Worry Less About This Year

It’s all too easy for entrepreneurs to get stressed, and in many ways that stress is completely understandable—you’re building and running a business! Don’t let stress ruin youryear, though. As we enter the new year with hope and enthusiasm, here are 13 things that entrepreneurs and business owners should worry less about.

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Recovering From Your Business Failure

Not every enterprise is meant to succeed. One of the unspoken truths about becoming an entrepreneur is that failure is a core part of the experience of striking out on one’s own. Each year, about 6 million new businesses launch new enterprises and in just a few years, half of them are history. When we talk about entrepreneurship, the authentic emotions of pain and shame that arise from failure are only discussed in passing as a learning experience in the wake of subsequent success. We cheer on the launch of a startup business but we leave the element of failure undiscussed until the entrepreneur has proven their mettle with another successful venture. Then, that failure becomes part of the entrepreneur’s creation myth and championed as just another part of the journey that made them the success they are today. In point of fact, failure is something that should be faced when it actually happens so that its lessons can make a more immediate impact on where we are today.

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Why Meeting Clients at Your Home Office is Killing Your Business

Working from a home office has a number of perks: it’s free, incredibly convenient, and you can complete your morning commute in sweatpants. However, when it comes to meeting face-to-face with clients, you may want to consider a more professional office environment.

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Five Companies that Didn’t Stay in their Lane

Many companies find what they are good at and stick to it. So what’s the problem? They aren't forward thinking and miss out on opportunities to expand their product line or services. Here are some examples of companies that encourage thinking outside of the box and reaping the rewards for it.

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Trusting Your Instincts as a Business Owner

Making decisions can be tough as an entrepreneur. As a business leader, you must constantly be coming up with new ideas but you also have to generate the confidence to bring those ideas to fruition, not to mention the fact that there is often a lot of noise involved in the creative process. As an entrepreneur, you’re creating a world that doesn’t yet exist and one of your greatest resources is the ability to trust your own instincts. Here are a few techniques to generate more faith in your own unique vision.

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Five New Year’s Resolutions for Your Small Business

The holiday season is coming to an end and New Year’s Eve is just a few days away. If you haven’t already, that means it’s high time to start thinking about how to improve our businesses for 2016. Have no clue where to start for this looming new year? Here are five great New Year’s resolution ideas for small business owners seeking to grow and improve their odds in 2016.

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