Carol Slott

Carol Slott

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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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Your Happiness Can Boost Customer Satisfaction and Sales

Have you ever received an authentically enthusiastic response when you approached a service desk to ask a mundane question? If so, then you may have experienced what I call the … Continue Reading

Startup Step: Management
Test Business Product Ideas

Have You Pre-Tested Your Business or Product Ideas?

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

Startup Step: Management
March 2020 Small Business Events

March, 2020 Small Business Events

If you’re looking for a reason to take a day away from work so you can learn something new, Texans get March 3rd off for Texas Independence Day. Still, regardless … Continue Reading

Startup Step: Small Business Events

5 Ways That Support and Mktg Can Help Each Other

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

Startup Step: Management
March 2020 Small Business Events

February 2020 Small Business Events

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

Startup Step: Small Business Events
Bad Weather Hits Business

Bad Weather Hits … Now What?

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

Startup Step: Management
January 2020 Small Business Events

January 2020 Small Business Events

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

Startup Step: Small Business Events
quit job start own business

Is it Time to Quit Your Full-Time Job to Start Your Own Business?

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

Startup Step: Management
December Small Business Events

December 2019 Small Business Events

Holiday gifts are a great investment in the people you care about, and gift exchanges are just plain fun. It’s equally fun to buy something for yourself. If you want … Continue Reading

Startup Step: Small Business Events
January 2020 Small Business Events

November 2019 Small Business Events

Once the Halloween candy is gone, it will be time to put your sweet tooth away in favor of your hunger for business ideas and knowledge. Check out the following … Continue Reading

Startup Step: Small Business Events
sell food products commercially

Are You Ready to Sell Your Food Products Commercially?

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

Startup Step: Management
January 2020 Small Business Events

October 2019 Small Business Events

Did you know that October 1 is International Coffee Day? The good news is that coffee is typically a free amenity at any of the following events. You’ll want to … Continue Reading

Startup Step: Small Business Events
Digital Nomad

Can’t Afford Time For a Real Vacation? Become a Digital Nomad!

I’m a big fan of vacations for every working person — including those at the top, or even solopreneurs. Sure, you play a major role in everything that your small … Continue Reading

Startup Step: Management
How to Prevent Office Politics

How to Prevent Office Politics from Eroding Your Workplace

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

Startup Step: Management
January 2020 Small Business Events

August 2019 Small Business Events

During the month of August, people across the U.S. celebrate everything from dogs to black cats. But, this is a month when we have one thing in common, virtually from … Continue Reading

Startup Step: Small Business Events
Multicultural Marketing Diversity

The Real Meaning of Multicultural Marketing

And How it Affects Your Business When I went to a store to buy my first lawnmower, I brought a male friend, looking for more muscle to get my purchase … Continue Reading

Startup Step: Management
Grow Business Expansion

Five Ways to Expand Your Small Business

There’s a lot to be said in favor of the small business atmosphere. You may never want to turn into the next Amazon or become an anchor store at a … Continue Reading

Startup Step: Management
Employee Referral Program

Turn to Your Current Team For New Hire Success

Online searches are not the only recruitment method, and they may not be the best way to attract new compatible team members. I recently read an interesting LinkedIn Article about … Continue Reading

Startup Step: Management
Info To Share With Employees

What Information Should You Share With Employees?

In January, Steve Harvey learned that his long-time daytime TV talk show would be canceled in the fall. Shockingly, he got the news through a network announcement about a new … Continue Reading

Startup Step: Management
April small business events 2019

April 2019 Small Business Events

There will be no April Fools in your business when you keep up with knowledge-building and networking. Here are some events around the country and in the Austin area that … Continue Reading

Startup Step: Small Business Events