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8 Tips For Working Productively At Home

1. Keep Lines Of Communication Open.   2. Get Yourself A Routine.   3. Set Some Parameters — This Is Your Space.   4. Remember, Limit Distractions.   5. Avoid Isolation.   6. Maintain Credibility.   7. Minimize Distractions. 8. …


The Secret Weapon of the Solopreneur

Working in the small business space, I have had the pleasure of meeting many freelance workers and solopreneurs.  In doing so, I have gotten a lot of feedback on some of the challenges that they perceive in doing business (e.g. …


6 Steps to Crowdfunding your Business Idea

Forget pleading with a bank manager when you need cash to set up a new business. Crowdfunding, where you ask a large number of people for a small amount of money, is fast becoming the way to raise capital. The …


Why being fired could be the best thing that’s ever happened to you

A global survey from Regus has revealed that a quarter of entrepreneurs started their business after losing a job. And it's not just small businesses that start this way. Three-term mayor of New York and tech-billionaire Michael Bloomberg (pictured) started …


Flexible Work Grows in Southern California

We're excited to be growing in SoCal,  opening three new business centers in Los Angeles and planing to double our L.A. portfolio by adding more than 20 locations in the metro area in 2013. As more local businesses turn to …


The entrepreneur’s 4-step guide to achieving business growth 

It’s tough out there—so says the latest Regus Business Confidence Index, which shows global confidence has fallen by two points since April 2012. Countless companies, and even some countries, are struggling and may go bust. Unsurprisingly, this affects business confidence …


The entrepreneurs’ 4-step guide to achieving business growth 

It’s tough out there – so says the latest Regus Business Confidence Index.  Countless companies, and even some countries, are struggling and may go bust. Unsurprisingly, this affects business confidence globally, causing investors to hold on to their cash and …


Warren Buffett is buying stocks right now, what are you doing to prepare for growth?

Things will get better. If you don’t believe me, read any of the great economists, from Karl Marx to J.M Keynes, Joseph Schumpeter or Milton Friedman. Yet it’s extraordinary how timid people are when times are tough. There’s no time …


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