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All Articles Written By: K. MacKillop

1.   The Art of Working A Room -- Networking Skills for Small Business by K. MacKillop
    Mastering the art of effective networking marks the difference between merely successful entrepreneurs and captains of industry - the better you are at networking, the more power you wield. There are a few simple rules to follow to be successful working the room, and anyone with a little willingness can learn to be a master of networking.
    Distributed: 2010-02-04 10:15:00 | Word Count: 1115 | Page Views: 3143 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.50
2.   Women and Social Entrepreneurship -- A Growing Trend by K. MacKillop
    Many women are finding that the power and privilege that comes with successful entrepreneurship make it easier to make a difference, both financially and by promoting new ideas. Combining a for-profit business with social activism provides the best of both worlds. Women who are thinking about launching a nonprofit should consider the alternative -- Social Entrepreneurship.
    Distributed: 2010-02-02 10:45:00 | Word Count: 533 | Page Views: 3669 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.00
3.   Top Ten Startup Mistakes That Almost Always Lead to Business Failure by K. MacKillop
    Over two-thirds of new businesses fail within the first few years. Protect your business startup against these ten common startup mistakes and get on the road to a successful company.
    Distributed: 2010-01-28 10:45:00 | Word Count: 1188 | Page Views: 3980 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.20
4.   Business Startups with Bad Credit by K. MacKillop
    Bad personal credit is a common stumbling block for entrepreneurs. Working for your self is the best opportunity for building wealth. While bad personal credit can make the startup process slightly more challenging, it is not a total barrier to business ownership and business success.
    Distributed: 2010-01-26 12:15:00 | Word Count: 734 | Page Views: 3532 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 2.00
5.   Hiring Well When Starting a Business Can Be Critical to Success by K. MacKillop
    Finding the right employees for your startup is critical. They will not only be representing your business, but they will also be representing YOU. Do your homework before you start hiring, and then hire the best people you can find.
    Distributed: 2010-01-21 11:00:00 | Word Count: 912 | Page Views: 2690 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.50
6.   Starting a Business? Should You Choose a Full-Time or Part-Time Startup by K. MacKillop
    Starting your own business is a huge endeavor that takes quite a bit of time and energy. Many potential entrepreneurs have a hard time deciding whether starting a business part-time or full-time makes the most sense for them. Whatever you choose to do, be sure to develop and use a time-management system that works for you and ensure that the time you spend working on your idea is productive. If you are serious about asserting your independence, you will find the time to make your idea into reality!
    Distributed: 2010-01-19 12:30:00 | Word Count: 1150 | Page Views: 2789 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.00
7.   Take Advantage of Federal Contracts for Your Business Startup by K. MacKillop
    Getting on board with federal, state or local government contracts can be a boon to your venture's bottom line. Spend a little time and effort and open up a new target market -- the government.
    Distributed: 2010-01-14 12:15:00 | Word Count: 653 | Page Views: 3806 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.40
8.   Cash or Accrual Basis of Accounting? Which Should You Select When Starting a Business? by K. MacKillop
    One startup decision that seems to cause entrepreneurs heartburn is whether to set up their accounting system on a cash basis or on an accrual basis. Although this sounds like secret accounting code, the implications are straightforward, and, for most businesses, the right method is easy to see.
    Distributed: 2010-01-13 12:45:00 | Word Count: 830 | Page Views: 9831 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 1.38
9.   Starting Your Business Smaller Can Make Your Success Bigger by K. MacKillop
    Does your business idea seem too big to take on? Will it require more startup capital than you can obtain? Don't give up on owning your own company -- there are ways to modify almost any business idea into something that can be started part-time and with less capital than the original plan. The most successful entrepreneurs tend to be very flexible and creative in getting where they want to go. Whatever you decide to do, get started on your planning as soon as possible!
    Distributed: 2009-12-03 10:15:00 | Word Count: 782 | Page Views: 2714 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 2.00
10.   Every Business Startup is a Series of Unexpected Events - Will You Be Ready? by K. MacKillop
    No matter how seasoned an entrepreneur, every business startup has its share of surprises. Certain personality traits are advantageous in dealing with rapid changes, and developing these traits will help ensure the success of your business when faced with change.
    Distributed: 2009-12-01 10:45:00 | Word Count: 847 | Page Views: 3247 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.67

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