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How to build a business partnership that works

Managing a business partnership may be the only thing more difficult than managing a business. Partnerships are hard for the same reasons that any relationship is hard. It takes diligence and work to bring together personalities, communication styles, and ideals. And if you want your partnership to serve your busi...

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Adam Traub

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Leadership

5 min read

3 keys to making real change in your business and life

For the last three months, the world has been in a constant state of disruption. In one way or another, you’ve likely had to adapt to extreme change. Most business owners are adapting for this moment.They’re thinking about how to survive the changes they’re experiencing right now, not how to thrive going forward. ...

Tricia Huebner - EMyth

Tricia Huebner

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Use this wake-up call to build a stronger financial future

In the current economic downturn, small businesses everywhere are suffering and too many will tragically close their doors permanently. For many business owners, it’s been a sobering lesson: Ignoring the practice of reviewing your company’s financial metrics is a high-risk decision with serious consequences. Numbe...

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Kirstin Fulton

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Managing Employees

2 min read

Hiring and keeping rockstar employees

Finding the right employees can feel like a constant struggle. The hires you’re not crazy about end up staying while the great ones always seem to leave, causing you to wonder again and again, “Am I missing something or is this just the way it is to manage people?” 

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Kirstin Fulton

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Leadership

2 min read

Choose to be proactive with the future of your business

It’s easy to run a business in default mode, to operate reactively instead of proactively. Many business owners do it. They allow systems to develop by happenstance in their business rather than designing them with intention; they keep their business afloat on referrals and word-of-mouth instead of developing a Ma...

Remy Gervais - EMyth

Remy Gervais

EMyth Client Interview Village Beach Market Jason Keen

Leadership

15 min read

How Jason found strength through challenge

EMyth Client Jason Keen didn’t always feel like a leader. But when his father and owner of their family business, Village Beach Market, passed away from a rare form of cancer, Jason had to step into the role of leader quickly and start planning for the business' future. Making the transition from Technician to Ent...

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EMyth Team

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Managing Money

3 min read

8 steps to effective negotiation

One of the essential skills for any business owner is negotiation. How well you can negotiate a favorable agreement or deal for your business makes the difference between growing to achieve your goals and not. There are so many different types of relationships—ones with your employees, your vendors, your customers...

Remy Gervais - EMyth

Remy Gervais

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Your five-step crisis management plan

In moments of crisis, it can be hard to see beyond the overwhelm. You may be faced with the need to keep employees safe, manage productivity, protect revenue—or all three at once—in an environment that’s constantly changing. But often in crisis, there’s opportunity. As the leader of your business, taking hold of t...

Janet Beatty - EMyth

Janet Beatty

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Now is the time for systems

The world is experiencing a seismic shift, and it’s affecting businesses of all sizes—including ours. An email from a business I follow, sent on March 17, offered a poignant example: Inside the CEO publicly shared a letter to her employees, announcing a minimum 8-week closure of all their stores and a full company...

Tricia Huebner - EMyth

Tricia Huebner