Business And Legal

  • A Dos and Don’ts Guide to Finding Business Partners

    … the perfect person. A 50/50 ownership split is agreed upon, the partners kick in an agreed upon capital, you form an LLC but never get around to an operating agreement, and off the two of you go to launch the business. A year passes, and the perfect partner starts missing days. Can you fire them? Can you just revoke their ownership interest or do you…

    Pat Flynn/ The Smart Passive Income Blog- 17 readers -
  • 3 Tiny Shifts That Made a Huge Difference in My Business

    … and business. The first benefit is that the hour or two per month to plan ahead is all I need to completely annihilate the wasted time and the frustrations that pop up when I’m in “what am I doing now” mode. Secondly, the bird’s eye perspective on the calendar allows me to understand the bigger picture. Posts aren’t random anymore. They have…

    Pat Flynn/ The Smart Passive Income Blog- 34 readers -
  • 5 Reasons Why It Took 5 Years to Build My Team

    … For the first five years after starting my online business, I did about 99 percent of the work on my own. There were a few one-off projects here and there that I had help with, such as getting voiceover work done for my study guide at GreenExamAcademy.com (which I actually did try to do on my own at first), but beyond that, it was all me. I…

    Pat Flynn/ The Smart Passive Income Blog- 28 readers -
  • Don’t Be Your Own Boss. Be the CEO.

    … I used to think that, as an entrepreneur, being your own boss and being the CEO of your own company were the same thing. I was wrong. By definition, the CEO, or Chief Executive Officer, is someone who is the most senior corporate officer in charge of managing an organization. Depending on the legal structure of the company, the CEO also…

    Pat Flynn/ The Smart Passive Income Blog- 37 readers -
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