An Entrepreneur's Pick-Up Line

| January 5, 2017

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A pick-up line is a conversation opener with the intent of engaging with an unfamiliar person. We use pick up lines to start a conversation with someone, and it can be simple, cute or fun. It's a good way to break the ice and dazzle someone (if it is not too cheesy), and yet get to the point.

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Article | July 6, 2021

Starting a side hustle requires doing a bit more than deciding you will monetize your interests. You can explore a hobby or activity that you are passionate about through a side hustle. This hustle may also allow you to carve out a space for pursuing natural talents, such as the ability to bake cakes or sew clothing. Typically, a side gig is pursued on the side in addition to full-time employment elsewhere. Side hustles may not be your full-time line of work, but that doesn’t mean they do not receive any less attention. Starting a side hustle requires an investment of time, energy, focus, and dedication. This ensures that you may pursue what you love, learn by doing, create and establish a working business plan, and, ideally, set yourself up to build a loyal customer or client base that enjoys and invests in your offerings. Starting a side hustle also means being able to ask, and answer, tough questions to ensure you’re ready to commit. Before you start, make sure you can confidently answer the following questions to ensure a healthy lifecycle for your side gig.

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Kudos if you have a website for small your business because many small business owners still don’t have websites for their businesses. According to the latest survey from Visual Objects, about one-third of small businesses (29%) plan to begin using websites for the first time in 2020. Needless to say, a good website can work like a well-oiled machine to generate leads. However, not all small businesses have websites. In fact, around 36% of small businesses are working without websites, states the Small Business Association (SBA).

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How to Report Revenue on a Small-Business Credit Card Application

Article | February 10, 2020

When filling out the “revenue” portion of a small-business credit card application, you want to make your small business or side hustle look its very best without stretching the truth. But revenue can swing dramatically from year to year, and credit card applications often don’t spell out what you should or shouldn’t include when reporting it. So what counts as an honest, just-the-facts answer? Generally, in credit card applications, issuers want to know your verifiable gross revenue from the previous year.

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Thriving as an AAPI Business Owner: Common Challenges and Solutions

Article | May 31, 2021

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. With the challenges currently facing the AAPI community, there isn’t a better period to reflect on the many positive contributions that AAPI community members contribute to society, culture, and the economy. While AAPIs have the highest rate of business ownership of all minorities, and those businesses account for half of all minority business employment in the United States, AAPI business owners continue to face a unique set of challenges.

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