About Barry Moltz

Authored 6 articles.

Small Business Speaker, Consultant, and Author


  • Quitting Your Day Job to Start a Business? Take This Test First

    Features, August 27, 2014

    Unlike popular business myths, not everyone should start their own company. In fact, it is not the path to happiness and wealth for most people. Unfortunately, most of these people that make the jump to quit their day job are making one of the biggest mistakes of their lives. Take this test before quitting your day job.

  • Should Your Small Business Just Ignore These 7 Technologies?

    Features, July 31, 2014

    New technologies are released every day. For those small business owners that have shiny object syndromes (SOS), they can be hard to resist. Many are pushed to thinking that in order to have a competitive edge, they need to offer their customers the latest technology. However, for the good of your company, here are seven that you may need to ignore for now.

  • Common Entrepreneurial Advice That You Need to Ignore

    Features, July 23, 2014

    Entrepreneurs get advice every day from their professional advisors and information they read. A lot of it needs to be ignored. Pay close attention to disregarding these platitudes and what to do instead.

  • You Should Question Assumptions When You Are Successful

    Features, March 26, 2014

    It’s easy for small business owners to question assumptions and themselves when they are failing. But at that point, it may be too late to fundamentally make changes that can turn their company around. The success rate goes up if the owner questions assumptions when things are going well.

  • Is Your Business Asking All The Wrong Questions?

    Features, March 06, 2014

    Many entrepreneurs start a business because they have an overwhelming passion around a certain interest. They want to help people accomplish a stated goal. A problem develops in growing their business because they continually ask the wrong question: “I wonder if my exciting idea can help other people?”

  • Top 10 Interview Questions to Ask Prospective Employees

    Features, February 19, 2014

    While unemployment is the lowest in 5 years, it is still challenging to find the best employees for your company. Not only do they need the skills to perform their job well, but they also have to fit within the company’s culture.