When you start a business, you don’t just become a small business owner: you also automatically become a manager. Yes, you are a manager, even if your staff only consists of 1 person—you. As your company grows and you increase the size of your staff, management skills are even more critical for your business to succeed efficiently.
While many people open up their small businesses to become their own bosses, your actual experience as a manager might be thin—and that’s perfectly fine! This area is where we’d like to help by gathering together all of our articles on managing your business.
We have information here on employee management, financial management, and time management. Many of these topics intersect, so there’s something here that is relevant to your company. Whether you’re a sole proprietor or oversee a staff of hundreds, you should constantly be thinking about how you can be a better manager.
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