Things to be Thankful for as a Small Business Owner

Congratulations! If you’re reading this, you’ve made it through another potentially grueling Thanksgiving with family members who may or may not understand what it’s like to run a small business. In hopes of keeping confidence and optimism high as we continue through the holiday season, we’ve decided to compose a short list of things small […]

Surviving Thanksgiving: 3 Tips for Small Business Owners

This Thursday leads another year of tradition around the dinner table with family, friends, and catching up.  While everyone is sure to tell you about how wonderfully things have been going for them, the focus is sure to land on you at some point, for better or worse.  After all, the fascination of small business […]

Celebrating Veteran’s Day and Their Entrepreneurial Spirit

Perhaps nothing is more American than striking with your own business and exercising the freedom to create your own income in the free market.  The dream of being your own boss and take sole control over your career has its’ draws that most everyone has considered at some point or another. An estimated 2.45 million […]

5 Ways Small Businesses Are Like Fourteeners

Colorado as a state is well known for numerous things that range from its highest fourteeners to its successful startups and small business owners. Companies like Otterbox and Crocs have found their fame here and are still going strong. But while both the mountains and businesses are unique, there’s actually a fair amount they have […]

Breakfast for Entrepreneurs on the Go!

We hear it all the time to the point that we’re tired of hearing about it: breakfast is the most important meal of the day, gives you fuel for your fire to tackle anything, contributes to weight-loss by boosting metabolism, creates world peace, etc. etc. That’s all well and fine, but how can you reliably […]

Always Have a Backup! Tips for Solopreneurs

When you’re a small business owner, particularly as the only employee, it’s important to have a backup or two in place.  Being human, there are bound to be times when you are unavailable or something unexpected comes up. The last thing you want is to lose business, get a bad review, or come across as […]

Password Management for Small Businesses

We all know the struggle. With so many accounts these days, it’s currently projected that the average Internet user will have over 200 passwords to remember by 2020! And as we know, small business owners are more than likely above average with that many more programs and potential employees to be responsible for. So what’s […]

Hooked on Caffeine: 3 Healthier Ways

This time of year when the temperature fluctuates between freezing and the high sixties in the same day, and before daylight savings, caffeine is often one of the few things keeping us going. Small business owners especially often load up as they work unusual schedules that can be inconsistent due to client’s needs; here at […]

Congrats Broncos! 5 Things We Can Learn

With today’s parade storming downtown Denver (and us being lucky enough to be on the parade’s route at our 1625 17th location) we’re joining in celebrating our Denver Broncos’ Superbowl win!  Today we highlight five lessons entrepreneurs can learn from our champion football team to also become successful in life’s endeavors. 

3 Ways to Handle Inclement Weather

Today’s winter storm has closed most local schools and governments in the Denver Metro Area. This weather is also likely to put a damper on small business owners as well.  It can be difficult to decide whether to reschedule a meeting with a client, or to decide to be open for business due to fluctuations […]