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August 22, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

Having trouble putting in your usual 15-hour days? Is the nice weather constantly tempting you to close down early and meet your family at the beach or park? Are you cancelling meetings so you can jump on your bike for a long ride?You might be experiencing a case of Summeritis and just because “back to school” is in the air, that doesn’t mean your biological clock is ready to get back to work.If you’re having trouble staying in full work mode, there are ways to take advantage of the remaining d... Read More

Torrance: The City With a Hometown Feel

August 20, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

Located halfway between the city of Los Angeles and Orange County, Torrance is an ideal city for locating your Los Angeles-area office space without having to be located in a busy, crowded downtown with terrible traffic.With the Pacific Ocean just to the west, Torrance is the eighth largest city in Los Angeles County and has an ethnically diverse and safe community. Historic Old Torrance, known as the Olmsted District, attracts a lot of visitors and has a number of residents dedicated to docume... Read More

Foods that Boost Your Productivity, Energy, and Focus

August 18, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

Do you have a food or beverage vice? For many, it’s a caffeine or sugar-related item. Makes sense, especially since a cookie or cup of coffee can boost your energy (and your productivity) temporarily.  But most entrepreneurs need more than a temporary boost to get through their busy days. Long office hours and endless details to tackle can lead you down the path to nutritional purgatory and if you’re not well, neither is your small business.Here are six tips on foods and drinks to help you maxi... Read More

Business Owners are Flocking to El Segundo

August 15, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

Like most cities in California, El Segundo is rich in American history. Once a thriving farming community, 840 acres of its land was sold in 1911 to the Standard Oil Company for its second (El Segundo means “the second” in Spanish) oil refinery.Still a refinery town, the city is also home to aerospace giants such as Raytheon, Boeing, and Northrup Grumman, plus satellite TV’s DirectTV and toy manufacturer Mattel. Recently named a finalist for the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation's “M... Read More

5 Things to Keep In Mind When Looking for Business Opportunities

August 13, 2014 | By: MBurge

The economy is still on the rebound from its lows of 2008 and 2009, offering opportunities for those with an entrepreneurial spirit to consider looking for business opportunities. There are plenty of business opportunities available, and with improvements in the economy, coupled with an aging population of Baby Boomers who are looking to sell their businesses, you may want to begin the process of locating a prospective business for yourself.If this is something that is of interest to you, there... Read More

3 Quick Solutions to Common Rapid Growth Issues

August 11, 2014 | By: MBurge

The goal for many entrepreneurs who start their own business is to grow their enterprise and ultimately become successful. As admirable a pursuit as this is, too much growth in too little time can lead to serious complications for any burgeoning business.If you're an entrepreneur, you need to know how to properly manage your company's growth so that the business doesn't grow too fast. The problem with business growth that is too rapid, especially without a plan, is that demand for the goods pro... Read More

Oakland: The City By the City By the Bay

August 06, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

Known for its ethnic diversity and proximity to San Francisco,“The City by the Bay,” Oakland, CA is the 8th largest city in California and the 47th largest in the country.The city’s port is an international gateway with $33 billion of goods passing through each year. Home to professional football team the Oakland Raiders, the city is also close to three international airports: Oakland International Airport, San Francisco International Airport, and San Jose International Airport.To attract busin... Read More

Do I Need a Mentor?

August 06, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

Who do you turn to when you need advice or feedback about a business issue or challenge? If you’re smart, you have formed an informal board of advisors you meet with regularly or whenever you need to make a major decision. But what about the smaller hurdles? Do you have someone you can turn to when you’re contemplating your next stepsor trying to deal with employee issues? No? Maybe you need a mentor—someone to guide you on your path to growth.Famous fictional mentor-mentee relationships abound... Read More

Locating Your Business in Costa Mesa, California

July 31, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

If you haven’t heard of Costa Mesa, California, don’t feel like you’re in the dark. Surrounded by better- known cities such as Newport Beach and Huntington Beach, Costa Mesa might be best known for its luxury shopping mall, South Coast Plaza, or as the headquarters of major sporting goods and clothing companies such as Hurley International, Volcom, RVCA and Paul Frank Industries. With so many businesses in the city, locating your office space in Costa Mesa means you’re in good company. The city... Read More

10 Mistakes to Avoid When Creating a Customer Satisfaction Survey

July 31, 2014 | By: RLesonsky

Ever buy a product online, only to receive an almost immediate email asking you to rate their customer service? As a fellow business owner, you want to help out by filling out the survey, but who has the time? Most of these surveys are too time-consuming and confusing anyway.Unfortunately, most of your customers are probably saying the same about your customer service satisfaction surveys, which can hurt your business if you don’t know what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong.In fact... Read More

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