Carol J. Slott is a reformed technical writer based in the Chicago area. She is now an active blogger. For more than ten years, she has been dedicated to translating legal concepts for non-legal audiences by writing web pages and blogs for law firms across the country. In recent years, she has also turned her efforts toward providing small business owners with ideas and information that can help them use their resources effectively to grow and thrive. For a look at the humorous dog training articles that she writes for fun, check out her Wily Dog Blog.
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The Amazons and Apples of the world can afford a trial-and-error approach to launching new ideas and concepts. However, even massive entities do extensive market testing; they can afford errors … Continue Reading
If you run a fledgling business, then you may not have a defined Customer Support team yet. But, every business has someone handling customer questions, comments and concerns, even if … Continue Reading
Valentine’s Day may be all about hearts and flowers, but have you considered showing extra love to yourself and your business? Staying informed and growing your network are worth more … Continue Reading
Thank goodness that last winter’s deep-freeze is behind us. But, predictions for the coming winter are uncertain, and every season has its regional hazards. You want to keep your small … Continue Reading
According to one statistic, the majority of New Year’s resolutions fail by January 17th. But, maybe all of those people are doing it wrong. Instead of planning to dramatically change … Continue Reading
Swedish law requires that companies permit employees to take leaves of absence with relatively few exceptions. If you’re on your way toward starting a new businesses, this is certainly a … Continue Reading
My family’s special-recipe dill pickles are widely touted as the best pickles around. I don’t plan to sell them commercially, since they’re labor-intensive, highly perishable, and they require seasonal ingredients. … Continue Reading
Unfortunately, the end of the stressful mid-term elections marked the beginning of the general elections. There is no escape from national politics, but you can take better control over something … Continue Reading