The Business Centre'

Written By Janet M. Taylor Recently, I was talking to a client who is transitioning from one career she has been doing for decades, which is draining her emotionally and physically, to something she is passionate about. During our weekly call, she mentioned she is feeling the pressure from her...
Women Over 40: 10 Steps to Starting a Business Starting a business involves planning, making key financial decisions, and establishing a legal entity. These ten easy steps can help you plan, prepare, and manage starting your own business. Your business plan is your roadmap to success. If you fail to...
Robin Tucker Blankets the Area with Comfort and Careers   A National Women's Small Business Success Story Tucking her mother into bed each night quickly blanketed her into a successful small business for Robin Tucker. Tucked With Care provides around-the-clock, non-medical services, employing hundreds while delivering much-needed home-based assistance to seniors throughout...
By Sonia Booker The Wealthbuilder Although this article was written years ago, the advice and tips shared by this wealth building expert still applies today. I'm always saying instead of buying a cup of coffee, save that $5 bucks and watch it add up, and it adds up big! With just...
PRICING:  ARE YOU PRICING LIKE A….. CONSUMER OR A BUSINESS OWNER? One of the major obstacles we face in growing our businesses is learning HOW to ACCURATELY PRICE our product or service to make a PROFIT!  There are several factors involved in making our pricing decisions. Some factors are logical and some...
Starting a business involves planning, making key financial decisions and establishing as a legal entity. These 10 easy steps can help you plan, prepare and manage the process of starting your own business. Step 1: Business Plan Templates Use these tools and resources to create and write your own business plan, a...
Licensed realtor and young adult mentor Shaquanna Wilson has released a new book titled From Debt to Deeds Planner, which offers readers a cost-effective, easy-to-follow tool for creating a budget, fixing credit, and understanding the process of purchasing and paying off a home. The book also reveals surprising racial disparities among...
Atlanta-based entrepreneur, Essynce Moore, is the youngest person in history to develop a line of feminine hygiene products called “Kitty” for teen girls and young adults. Meet Essynce Moore, the 18-year old genius entrepreneur who is redefining the way girls and young women interact with and understand self-care. After recognizing...
Your crystal ball is broken. There's no seer on your payroll, no Tarot mat in the breakroom, and nobody's consulting the stars on your behalf. Sometimes though, it would be nice to have one of those available so you could see into the future. Who knew prognostication would be as easy as...
Opportunities are not like buses.  Another one doesn't  just come around again when you miss one. Nor can you put them on layaway and ask somebody to keep it on hold while you wait to decide, or alter them to fit your needs and your timeframe. So why do...
By Jarene Barnes These six principles will help you become poised, polished and professional: Self-Awareness of Your Talents and Abilities - Use your inherent gifts and talents. Don’t sit on your assets! Remember talents must be shared. They are not for your benefit alone. Understand Others - Customize your selling style. The...
Many people work long and hard to get access to the right opportunity. The right opportunity can lead you in the right direction, and get you closer to your goals. So why then do people pass up opportunities in hopes that, like a bus, another will come along?  I...
Running a business ain't easy; especially when you are going solo. There are people who are trained to guide you through the process of getting where you want to be. It is a big mistake to try to do it all by yourself. It is a good idea to seek out...
Are You Making Money? Being in business is one thing; staying in business is something else entirely. Staying in business will be determined by how much money you bring in, how much you actually get to keep, and how well you manage it. At the end of the day, business is...