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Jenna Cyprus
Jenna Cyprus 38 posts

Jenna Cyprus is a freelance writer from Renton, WA who is particularly interested in travel, nature, and parenting. Follow her on Twitter.


What to Look for When Hiring a Business Attorney

Owning and managing a business isn’t an activity for the faint of heart. Not only does it demand your time and creative resources, but it’s also inherently risky. Any time… Read more »

Do You Have an Emotional Bond With Your Clients?

It’s all too easy to regard clients as nothing more than consumers, but in reality they are living, breathing human beings with valid emotions. If you haven’t grasped the power… Read more »

5 Tips for Boosting Low Cash Flow

Cash flow issues can make running your small business a rough challenge. It’s hard to expand if you lack the funds to support marketing and growth strategies. For certain businesses,… Read more »
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5 Ways to Automate Your Daily Habits

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could automate your morning routine? Or rely on an external schedule so you never have to worry about what you’re supposed to do next?… Read more »

Critical Thinking Is The Superhero Protecting Your Business From Poor Decisions

Success in business is multi-faceted, but one thing’s fairly obvious: without critical thinking skills, vital business decisions would be a disaster. We know it’s necessary, but what is critical thinking… Read more »

4 Factors You Didn’t Know Impact Your Work Productivity

When it comes to productivity in the workplace, a lack of output isn’t always tied to the factors that immediately come to mind. In many cases, it’s those issues that… Read more »

Is Custom Branded Company Swag Worth the Investment?

Many entrepreneurs—especially new ones—feel compelled to print their logo or brand name on all manner of items, from shirts to pens to robot vacuum cleaners. But are these company-branded “swag”… Read more »

How to Find an Off-Season Niche Market for Your Seasonal Merchandise

Many products are easy to sell year-round like blankets, electronics, coffee, and office supplies. When you’re running a business selling seasonal merchandise, your sales will understandably drop during your off-season.… Read more »

8 Things Remote Workers Can Do to Boost Productivity

Staying motivated as a remote worker is one of the greatest challenges for freelancers. You do not have a set schedule or a boss breathing down your neck, so it… Read more »

Should You Worry About the Ethics of Your Supply Chain?

Most entrepreneurs try to optimize their supply chains by making them more efficient, cutting down on costs and logistical hurdles to accomplish things faster and more profitably. But you may… Read more »