This week’s top stories include small business advice covering the following four topics:
- Tony Robbins Reveals the Key to Making Coaching Work For You
- The 3 Core Elements Of Any Business – And What They Mean For Bloggers
- 10 Tips to Developing Your Personal Brand Through Thought Leadership
- 92% of Small Business Owners Say Mentors Have Major Impact on Growth
Each week we scour all the top business-related magazines and newspapers for articles with the best advice for the small business owner, so you do not have to.
Tony Robbins Reveals the Key to Making Coaching Work For You
By: Zack Teperman
Behind mostly every successful entrepreneur is at least one supportive figure in the form of a coach or mentor who pushed that entrepreneur to their limits, and encouraged them to embrace their strengths that eventually led to success.
I know this, firsthand, because prior to launching my firm ZTPR in 2014, I was an on-air radio host, and also worked for an agency called Lexicon. It was at Lexicon where I found solace in my first mentor, Steve Rohr; he showed me the ins and outs of the PR business over a few years. While many of the lessons over those years helped shape my successful career as a publicist at my own firm, one of the most valuable takeaways Rohr imparted on me was the ongoing learning process as the key to success as a publicist—which I think can be applied to any career.
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The 3 Core Elements Of Any Business – And What They Mean For Bloggers
The Social Ms
By: Jonathan Gebauer
If you are a blogger, chances are that you want to make money at some point. That’s ok – there is nothing wrong with making money online. There is nothing wrong with making money at all. Quite the contrary – it’s the way the world works.
But at the point when you want to start making money, you may be faced with a situation you know nothing about: Running a business. Running a business means making money from something… but from what?
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10 Tips to Developing Your Personal Brand Through Thought Leadership
By: Scott Bartnick
What criteria are necessary to be deemed a thought leader in your industry? The answers may vary; however, most people can agree it takes a complex series of experiences — not just successes, but also the kind of setbacks that make you rethink, redesign and restart an endeavor you believe in.
Once you master your craft, your successes will eventually speak for themselves. This process is how thought leaders are born. But thought leaders cannot rely solely on word-of-mouth endorsements. Here are 10 tips to help develop your personal brand and become a top-notch thought leader.
Related Post: Use Content Marketing to Establish Thought Leadership
92% of Small Business Owners Say Mentors Have Major Impact on Growth
By: Robb Starr
New research from Kabbage underlines how important mentors are to small businesses. In fact, the research finds almost all (92%) of respondents that had one found them vital to success in spite of the fact only 22% were mentored when they were a start up. And 89% of that segment wish they’d had a mentor in the beginning.
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