The straight forward simple fact – the primary cause for business failures – lack of requisite knowledge for best business practices and financial acumen. It’s the same as photography – if you don’t have it right and/or correctly focused all you’ll ever gonna get is a negative! There exists only one readily accessible “real world”… Read More


The best possible prescription for business success is to prevent serious issues and problems before they arise. The entrepreneur/biz owner has the requisite knowledge adapting with proper applications or else there will be almost certainly adverse consequences (as the studies overwheleming prove). There exists only one readily accessible “real world” business educational resource/platform in the… Read More


Recently there has been a revived interest and some degree of advocacy to re introduce The Veterans Entrepreneurial Transition (VET) Act – allowing veterans as an alternative to use of their G.I. Bill to start a business instead of investing in their own higher education. This proposal was originally and rather vigorously opposed by Student… Read More


    If small business success is desired, the “real world” adage to “follow the money” would be highly recommended. There exist two general pathways of choice for that effort:       First, what is usually touted as the most promising “bread crumb trail” (especially touted by the government itself), the federal dollar opportunities: The U.S. Department… Read More


For all small business owners and entrepreneurs, some cold facts respecting bank loans and financing – despite all the marketing hype, the biggest banks continue to make far fewer loans to small businesses than a decade ago. That continues to mean that small business must resort to either cooperating community banks (due to numbers and… Read More


Small business owners are awash in a sea of red tape. Last year alone, 43 new major rules sucked more than $22 billion out of the economy. Absent substantial reform or new economic growth, small business will continue to suffer. http://www.nfib.com/content/resources/infographic/infographic-the-great-red-tape-disaster-75604/ As the data and statistics continue to demonstrate survival and successes for small business… Read More


Consider a few “real world facts”: Statistics clearly reveal that for every alleged brilliant new idea, impassioned start up, or early stage business venture (at least up to five years) that anywhere from 36% to 50% will fail depending upon industry area (e.g., pick your poison)http://isbdc.org/small-business-failure-rates-causes/http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-checker/wp/2014/01/27/do-9-out-of-10-new-businesses-fail-as-rand-paul-claims/ http://articles.bplans.com/the-real-data-on-small-business-failures/ Only about half of all new establishments survive… Read More


The best possible solution for business success is to prevent serious issues and problems before they arise. Simply put entrepreneurs and small businesses are failing in record numbers. As the glaring statistics and data demonstrate, entrepreneurs/ business owners are failing. All are facing rising risk accumulations resulting in unprecedented and needless detours that subvert desired… Read More


VetJobs (the nation’s largest military job board at http://vetjobs.com ) reported only 160,000 new jobs were created in May (June 2016 Veteran Employment Situation Report) (BOL). However a minimum of 250,000 new jobs per month needs to be created to have any real growth . “Historically, most job growth comes from small businesses, but   current… Read More


In the “real world” of business, it is neither new revenue additions nor support financing (all necessary ingredients for sure) that will create enterprise success. Rather, either the owner has in place, develops, and/or acquires the necessary knowledge for best business practices and financial acumen, adverse consequences will inevitably follow.     Having the requisite knowledge… Read More