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Don’t go it alone. As a small-business owner or a solopreneur, we wear all the hats and perform all the tasks, and we often do this in isolation.
Invest in yourself. As a subject matter expert, you are probably the single most valuable asset in your business.
Know your WHY. Simon Sinek shone the light on this fundamental reason in the famed TED Talk “Start with Why.
Have a written plan. You will not arrive if you do not have a destination in mind.
Grow a business, not a hobby. Attitude and action are the difference between barely getting by and building a business that is sustainable, scalable and saleable. Source: InBusiness Magazine
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Two major Interstate 17 bridges in Phoenix were recently repaired using a new carbon-fiber technique developed by a Tucson company.
The Arizona Department of Transportation says the repairs focused on bridge girders that were damaged when they were struck by over-height vehicles…..
Master’s student Ka-Voka Jackson has combined her passion for biology and the environment with her Native American roots to help solve environmental issues from a unique perspective.
Stretched (or smashed) penny machines are a familiar sight at landmarks in Arizona and elsewhere. And an Arizona Highways reader is on a quest to stretch a penny at every machine in the Grand Canyon State.
The Challenger Space Center is closing and hopes are high it will reopen soon., its executive director, Beverly Swayman, told ABC 15 earlier. The center’s current 28,000-square-foot building, in Peoria, has been sold. The center’s last day of operations will be August 5.
Swayman said the space center has been in talks with Peoria, Glendale and Phoenix about finding a new home. It also plans to ask for the public’s help with relocation costs, which could be in the neighborhood of $1 million, Swayman said.
The facility, which is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, opened in 2000 and…