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THIS is What Ranks #1 on My List of Things I’m Thankful for This Year

November 27, 2014 / by Michael K. Redman

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I love my job, the people I work with and how blessed we are at Half a Bubble Out. As I sit down to write this “T-Day” Blog I find myself excited and even more peaceful than in years past.

Every year Thanksgiving comes around and every year I find new things to be thankful for. This year I find myself thinking about the people I work with, especially since we have been talking a lot about Passion and Provision on the blog lately.

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PASSION & PROVISION – How They Work Together in a Successful Small Business!

November 6, 2014 / by Vicky Zancanella

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What if by investing in building a business with passion and provision, you would be able to meet your business goals faster and with more accuracy? What if you could be more competitive in the marketplace and increase your profits? You would be able to provide financial security and fuel your plans for the future of your successful small business.  

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How to Make Your Successful Small Business Dream a Reality Right NOW

November 4, 2014 / by Raquel Royers

posted in small business, Passion & Provision

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Every single day people go to work. Every single day people start companies hoping for a successful small business. However, the business failure rate is horrible. Not to mention, 70% of the American population is disengaged at their job. We know you dream of having your small business be successful and we can help. There is no better time than NOW to learn how to do this by making your business a passion and provision company. 

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The Basic Criteria of a Passion & Provision Company

November 3, 2014 / by Paige Gilbert

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Every day people start companies. Every day people go to work at these companies. Every day people are solving problems at these companies. In Gallup’s 2013 State of the American Workplace study, 70 percent of those who participated described themselves as “disengaged” from their work. This costs companies money and the ability to succeed. It also causes everyone in the company – from the CEO down to the janitor – to be robbed of their joy at work and in their life. Are you looking for a way to turn disorganization into order and chaos into a positive company culture?

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Time Management Skills Slacking? Here’s the Pick-Me-Up You Need

October 16, 2014 / by Raquel Royers

posted in small business, Business Development, Passion & Provision

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Are your time management skills slacking lately? For you, this is a big deal and you realize that if you don’t have good time management skills, your business is also slacking and your time isn’t being spent in the most effective way possible. That’s not OK with you and we understand. After all, time is money. Keep reading for some tips on how to bring your time management skills up to speed in order to run a more successful small business full of passion and provision

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Why Focusing on You Leads to a Successful Small Business for Others

October 15, 2014 / by Paige Gilbert

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When thinking about time management the theme song to “RENT” comes to mind: Five hundred twenty five thousand six hundred minutes, how do you measure a year? In daylights? In sunsets? In midnights? In cups of coffee? In inches? In miles? In laughter? In strife? How do you measure a year in the life?

How do you measure a year in the life of your small business? Maybe you’re just trying to keep up with the day to day tasks and feel like it’s a vicious cycle. You live a busy life.

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A Passion & Provision Company is a Gift to a Devastated Community

September 25, 2014 / by Vicky Zancanella

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You may have heard us, here at Half a Bubble Out, talking about what it means to create a Passion & Provision Company. We understand that building a company is more than just “business” and when it all boils down, people generally start companies for one of two reasons:

They need to “earn a living” or “provide for their family”

and/or

They have a passion, an interest, or a talent. They have found something they “enjoy.”

It is an awesome thing when both Passion and Provision are nurtured within a company. It is even more awesome when a company lives out the values it claims to have or the “face” it puts on to the world. These are the stories we don’t seem to hear about as often as some of the stories that hit the news.

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5 Components Needed to Pursue Passion in a Successful Small Business

September 23, 2014 / by Paige Gilbert

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Think of your Monday morning method. The alarm clock goes off at the same time as last week. You eat the same breakfast. You drive the same route. You drink the same coffee. You settle into the same routine at the office. It sets the tone and routine for the week. You like your Monday morning method, the same one that you do every day, but are you passionate about what you’re doing?

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What Is Passion? How Do You Use It in a Successful Small Business?

September 22, 2014 / by Raquel Royers

posted in small business, Passion & Provision

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When someone asks you what you’re passionate about, you think to yourself and a couple things may come to mind; your family, a hobby, your career, a cause, etc. When you think about it, what exactly is passion? There are two different meanings, although they are often interchanged. If you’re looking to have a successful small business full of passion and provision this is crucial to know so keep on reading!

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Create a Successful Small Business Full of Provision Today

September 9, 2014 / by Jessica Miley

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Running a successful small business seems like an anomaly these days. It is hard to run a company that you love when your basic needs aren’t being met. We know you want to have a company that is full of provision so that there is revenue, and is profitable enough to meet yours and your employees financial needsl. But why would you want a business that is full of provision?

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