October 05, 2015

5 Strategy Blogs Every Entrepreneur Should Be Reading Right Now


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Whenever anyone asks me if I’m an outsource CFO, I tell them that what we do goes well beyond that. But whether you call us fractional CFOs, consultants, or business advisors, it really all boils down to one thing—strategy.

As such, I’m always studying—not just the latest accounting regulations—but all the latest in every part of making a company successful.

If you’re a small businessperson, you should be doing the same.

To get you started, here are a few blogs on business strategy that will give you tips, tactics, and guidance that will give you an unfair advantage over your less well-read competition.

Chris Brogan

Chris Brogan is an entrepreneur, New York Times bestselling author, and highly sought after professional speaker. His blog offers tips and tools to help your life and your business thrive.

James Altucher

James Altucher is an entrepreneur, hedge fund manager, bestselling author, and podcaster who writes about a variety of topics related to entrepreneurship.

Entrepreneur on Fire

John Lee Dumas releases a podcast five days a week in which he interviews highly successful entrepreneurs. A font of encouragement and advice.

Strategic Profits

Strategic Profit Blog writes about entrepreneurial strategy and habits that help overwhelmed business owners increase profitability and eliminate wasted effort.

Chris Ducker

Chris Ducker is an entrepreneur, author, and podcaster who specializes in content marketing and being a “virtual CEO”.


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