Events & Resources

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I am a real fan of Michael Gerber’€™s The E-Myth (Revisited). I’€™ve used it in my own law firm, Paltrowitz & Kaufman LLP; I’€™ve used it as a teaching tool; I recommend it every chance I get. So I’€™m jumping at the chance to alert you to his article, “The E-Myth for Dentists,” in the May […]

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I was able to grab a few minutes at the New York Times Small Business Summit with Richard Oceguera, the energetic President of the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce of New York. The organization, known as the NGLCCNY, is a business advocate and a direct link between LGBT business owners and those who […]

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Who’d a thunk that the IRS — those annoying bean counters who drive us crazy year-round (and especially mid-April) would have done anything to help small businesses? Well, the IRS website is a treasure trove of good information, especially for those of you thinking about starting a business. For a number of years, they have […]

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We’re thrilled to be joining the blogosphere with this launch of Business Partnership Central. As the name implies, we will strive to make Business Partnership Central a central repository for hot tips, latest news, valuable insights, and winning strategies on partnering relationships.

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When I had a few minutes with Technology Evangelist Ramon Ray, founder of SmallBizTechnology.com, he surprised me. This technology guru recommended that small business owners push back from technology a bit to get the things done that we need to do! Ramon and I chatted about productivity obstacles that small businesses create for themselves and […]

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I recently had the great honor of being nominated for a Small Business Influencer award in their expert category … and to my surprise (and delight), I earned an Honorable Mention!  Thanks to the small business community and a panel of judges, I’m joining an elite group—chosen from among almost 1,000 entries. Several of my […]

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No, not the one that is filled with coffee filters and stale snacks. What does your “kitchen cabinet” of business advisers look like? Known as “The Small Biz Lady,” Melinda Emerson, small business consultant, speaker and author of Become Your Own Boss in 12 Months, took a moment with me at the New York Times […]

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As an entrepreneur, you learn quickly that you can’t know it all–and that you need resources for your small business development.  Where can you find them?  Well, amid the noise that can be Twitter, people are compiling lists of experts in various entrepreneurial subjects that can support your small business development. I was honored–and occasionally, […]

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For all those planning to celebrate the holidays (are we allowed to say “Merry Christmas” anymore?), here’s a funny take on what would likely take place if lawyers created Christmas (thanks to my colleague Kathryn Gregory of Mi Kitchen Es Su Kitchen for sending it to me!) *** Please Note: All persons planning to dash […]

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They fail to pay attention to their finances. Most small business owners are so busy running the business, that they don’t pay attention to their cash flow statement from June. (Be honest – have you done this yet?) At the New York Times Small Business Summit, I was able to get some more secrets to […]

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