Term archive for "Advice for Entrepreneurs"

It’s Okay to Ask for Help When Marketing Your Small Business Yourself

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Did you decide to dive into managing your small business’s marketing efforts in 2020 or 2021? If so, you’re not alone. According to Fundera’s Small Business Marketing Statistics and Trends (2021), 47% of small business owners are now handling their marketing entirely on their own. Here at TTG, this is what we refer to as… Continue Reading »

Google is Your Friend

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Introducing a simple Google search into your creative process can save your company from a PR nightmare. Most business owners know that a certain amount of due diligence is an integral part of naming their company, but when it comes to naming product lines or individual products, service offerings, sales events, or even spaces within… Continue Reading »

Starting Over: Entrepreneurship After Life in the Corporate Trenches

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So, our economy has changed. And one of the ways it has changed is it that there are many, many people once employed by large corporations who no longer have their jobs. The ages of these people vary, of course, but a sizable number are 40-ish and older; they’re far too young to retire, and… Continue Reading »

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Harder Obstacles Means Facing Bigger Fears

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On Sunday, September 15th the Technology Therapy Group participated in the BoldrDash – Mud Run. This was the second mud run for our team. This was a much more challenging course than the first Mud Run I faced in July. The obstacles on this course weren’t just tougher for the body. They were tougher on… Continue Reading »