The One Tip that Changed My Business

People often ask me if there was ONE piece of advice that changed my business and helped me grow.  And YES – there was.  A friend in the fashion business turned me onto a special die cutter who could cut my handbags and that allowed me to expand from my dining room table to major manufacturing.  Once I had that information, I reached out to larger stores and got my first order from Anthropologie!

Check out the 67 tips from my Entreprenette Experts and see which one can change your business.  Leave a comment and let me know how it goes!

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There are 28 comments

  • Ros says:

    Great tips from smart & savvy people. Thank you Sarah for this opportunity.

  • Wonderful tips Sarah! Thanks for putting it together on this post!

  • Thanks Sarah for these insights. Every piece of advice is a gem.

  • Sarah,
    Thanks again for the great tips. I am so glad I found you, your site, and your great service. Just shared on FB and Twitter!

  • Dear Sarah!
    thank you for collaborating all of these great tips! Very nice.

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  • Carmela Chiaramonte says:

    I really enjoyed a few of these tips #19, 21 and 31

  • What an amazing list! Thanks to everyone who contributed to this for sharing your insights!

  • Really very grateful for
    all these AwEsOmE tips..
    thank you for sharing!

  • I started my company on the first of January, 2010. Me web site was active on the first of April and so was my etsy account (EliJudy My husband, Eli is my greatest cheerleader and therefore the name. I have so much to learn about promoting
    my business. The painting is a joy, but I want people to
    be able to enjoy them as prints at reasonable prices.
    That way if they get tired of one they can store the print and hang another.

  • adelle says:

    Working on the photography one at the moment… hmmm…

  • Stephanie says:

    Excellent suggestions from people who know from experience. The topics cover so many of the issues we all face as budding entrepreneurs or even as established ones. I particularly liked the activity or productivity by Lisa Meloche (#63). All very exciting, intimidating, stimulating, exhausting, and wonderful. Thank you one and all.

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  • Thanks for lining up all these inspiring ideas from a terrific bunch of people! Just heard about you and your biz from Lori Webb ( and loving your brand story! Van

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  • Liz says:

    Another tip is managing your cash flow. I’ve had money come in and out of my account, which I thought I would remember it all but it definitely helps using a tool to manage the cash flow. I’ve been using Billing Boss (, which is a free web-based and mobile-based invoicing tool. I can easily track any payments coming in, and who owes me for what. Plus my accountant automatically access to all my invoices and account payable records. I don’t need to ever send her updates on a regular basis.

    I run my own jewelry business and am a consultant for Sage Software. Please note: This author has been compensated by Sage.

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  • Kirsten says:

    Thank you for all the information. We wholesale holiday item-glass ornaments and nutcrackers of all kinds. I will start at the top and work my way down. Good luck to everyone out there!

  • my career coach is my father because he seems to know a lot my about career guidance ‘

  • Erica says:

    Thanks for all the tips! I love hearing what other entrepreneurs recommend 🙂

  • Michelle says:

    I stumbled upon this site today and can’t stop clicking around! So full of advice and inspiration . Thanks so much to all who have contributed.

  • fundraising says:

    There is some really great advice in here for anyone who owns or is thinking about starting their own business. Good job guys and gals!

  • Peter says:

    I like no. 15. very much and has been a goal of my very own business.

  • Colette says:

    Great business tips!

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