Build Your Own Garden Office From Scratch

  If you work from home rather than in an office, you most likely have a set up which is in the spare room of your house or in the corner of your bedroom. But what if you could have… Continue Reading →

Collaboration Makes Dollars and “Sense” for Success

Everyone has heard the adages “No man is an island,” and “United we stand, divided we fall.”  These sayings reinforce the value of collaboration, and should resonate clearly with business owners. Collaborating allows entrepreneurs to maximize the knowledge and expertise… Continue Reading →

Sobering Budget vs. Actual Results – Are Your Managers Seeing the Same Thing?

Managers got their first budget ever this year. They were a part of the creation of the budget and approved it. They just got their first results – January 2018. Yes, this is later than I like to see it… Continue Reading →

Make The Working Lives Of Your Pregnant Employees Easier

We came across an article the other day that explained how more and more women are working later into their pregnancy and it got us thinking, what could an employer do to make the working lives of a pregnant employee… Continue Reading →

International Business Startup Trends

Back in 2015 during the Obama administration, Kevin and I discussed negative trends in both new business startups and business success rates. The good news is that since 2015 the number of startup companies seeking seed funding has increased, and… Continue Reading →

How To Find good Marketers to Develop Your Business

  Since 2001, Admiral Markets laid its foot in the global market. It is a platform that offers investment for trading Forex, Metals, Stocks, Crypto currencies. This market group is globally expanding ad there are many trading companies under them…. Continue Reading →


Everyone has heard of IQ, which has been used as a measure of intelligence since 1916, but the latest “Q” is “EQ,” a term that stands for “emotional quotient.” Think of IQ related to the mind and EQ measures what… Continue Reading →

3 Security Measures Every Hospital Should Take

  Hospitals provide an amazing and necessary service, with the staff therein often working long hours to provide care to people who need it. Because of their hard work and busy schedules, it’s unfair to put the burden of security… Continue Reading →

Boost Security for your Business

    It’s a sad fact that no matter how positive you are about your business, there are people out there looking to steal from you or take advantage of your mistakes. No matter what your industry sector, maintaining a… Continue Reading →

Financing Your Property Developer Dreams

Everyone with the slimmest slice of their peripherals on investment will have thought about delving into the world of property development. From the outside perspective, it looks like a dream; it looks like a pretty easy way to make money… Continue Reading →

Foremost Authority on Killing Massacres and Author of “Assassination Generation” Shares Findings

LtCol Grossman Provides Statistics and Details Concerning Freight Train of Danger Facing America Houston, Texas (February 22, 2018) – Author, speaker, and leading trainer to first-responders was invited to appear on The Amazing Doc Greene Radio Show yesterday (nationally –… Continue Reading →

6 Tools to Help You Do Small Business Marketing Like a Boss

As a small business, it can be hard to get your marketing efforts off the ground. There’s a lot to manage, and if you don’t have a background in marketing, then there’s a lot of things you might overlook. Most… Continue Reading →

How to Move Plants: Preparing Houseplants for a Move

How to pack your houseplants to make them delivered to your new home successfully without damaging the leaves and the flowers? As it can be a real dilemma on how to master the packing and transferring process when it comes… Continue Reading →

Tips to Make Sure Your Business’s Mobile App Works the Way It Should

Building a mobile app is about a lot more than just creating an interface where users can access information without first searching the internet. It means making sure you get the design right, but it also means making sure it… Continue Reading →

I Made a Profit – Where’s the Cash?

You look at the bottom line of your profit and loss statement every month and see that your company has a profit. You see profits month after month yet you run up against a cash crunch – payroll, or in… Continue Reading →

Four Ways to get a Loan with Bad Credit

The problem is universal. You need money, but you have bad credit. How do you go about getting the money you need without borrowing from family and friends. Of course, this assumes you can borrow privately. The truth is that… Continue Reading →

Using the Latest Graphic Design Trends to Gain a Competitive Advantage on Social Media

  Digital marketing, especially social media marketing is a highly competitive sector, and you need to keep yourself updated about the trends and technology to remain successful. When social media marketing comes into the picture, keeping up with the trends… Continue Reading →

Which Storage Solution is Best For a Small Business?

  A small business often faces a plethora of challenges, not only in its first year after creation, but also after that. Space is usually at a premium, and large premises are not often accessible to smaller organisations, due to… Continue Reading →

Is There a Thief In Your Business? Read this before You Say NO!

A friend called my colleague to demand to know why his bill was 90 days past due. The bookkeeper found a copy of the cancelled check with the dates, etc. When my colleague called to offer to fax the check, his… Continue Reading →

Trial & Error: What Thomas Edison Can Teach Businesses Today 

The next time you turn on a light, give some thought to Thomas Edison’s view of all the trial and error that preceded his invention of the lightbulb and many other mainstays of the modern world. “I haven’t failed,” he… Continue Reading →

Tips and Strategies of Profitable Forex Trading

What is Forex?   Foreign exchange also called forex in simpler terms refers to the conversion or trading of a particular currency into another. This is primarily done for the purpose of trade or business in a foreign land. Due… Continue Reading →

All about Forex Trading

  Forex is also called as Foreign exchange. It is even popular as currency trading, FX. This is a place where world’s currencies trade and it is a global market which is decentralized. Forex market is said to be one… Continue Reading →

Follow the Signs to Live Fearlessly on the Road to Success

Many of the same signs on the nation’s highways and byways can also be found along the road to creating a successful business: Caution, Yield, Reduce Speed, Stop Ahead, Sharp Turn—the list is as endless as the highway itself.   When… Continue Reading →

A “Brandless” Form of Anticipation

If you’re a consumer who stays on top of retail trends, you’ve likely come across a line of products whose presentation might, to some, seem stark and even boring. As the name of the company suggests, Brandless’ products are packaged… Continue Reading →

Anticipation and Risk Management

One of the central principles of the Anticipatory Organization Model is to move beyond the idea of mere competition. By that, I mean going past the idea of measuring your organization’s success and performance against others. Instead, set your own standards… Continue Reading →

Valid Assets for Funding Your Domestic Asset Protection Trust

There are several categories of asset protection trusts that you can set to protect your valuable properties. Each kind has its own terms and limitations, making it difficult to select which one to go for especially if it’s your first… Continue Reading →

2018 Financial Budget -Keep the Grinch Away!

To keep the Grinch away in 2018 – Put your budget in writing – or at least in an Excel spread sheet. Before you begin, here are some questions to ask: 1. Are you getting your monthly financial statements in… Continue Reading →

Latest Online News Source

US News Monitor: We are the latest news website showcasing relevant news in various aspects: BUSINESS, ENTERTAINMENT, HEALTH, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY. On-demand content that influence and inform the public of important events, from past and current. We are also a source… Continue Reading →

How Healthcare Could be Simplified

In this episode of What the Healthcare learn about healthcare reform and ways the healthcare industry could collaborate to simplify the system.

Daniel Burrus’ Top 20 Technology-Driven Hard Trends Shaping 2018 and Beyond

There has never been a shortage of trends. The real problem for you is figuring out which ones will happen so that you know where to place your strategic bets. I have been publishing a list of top trends since… Continue Reading →

Certainty—The Ultimate Closing Tool

We are all selling something. Talking with a customer? You’re selling, of course. Meeting with a business partner to consider staffing changes? You’re selling. Have you ever tried to sell someone on helping you with an idea or tried to… Continue Reading →

Larry Buck of Advanced Defense Concepts on the POB

On the Friday, December 29th edition of the Price of Business show, Larry Buck of Advanced Defense Concepts will be on to discuss gun safety in the new year.  Larry is on thanks to our friends at the Self Defense… Continue Reading →

Top 5 biggest money making industries 2017

  Making money has always been and always will be a thing people will look up to. Making money never gets out of trend, and it will stay that way until humanity lives. Some people alone make billions of dollars… Continue Reading →

The Advantages of Telemedicine

In this episode of What the Healthcare, Bethany Schenk explains the increasingly popular benefit, Telemedicine. This relatively new benefit offers employers and employees many advantages through quick access to non-emergency medical care at cost-effective rates.

Use Soft Trends to Influence the Future 

There are certain things about the future that we simply can’t change. Some are rather obvious. For instance, spring will always follow winter. New Year’s Day will always be January 1, at least in many parts of the world. Those are… Continue Reading →

3 Key Leadership Trends You Need to Know About

Whether you’re an entrepreneur who has been in business for many years, or someone who has recently opened a venture and is ready to start employing your first staff members, it’s important to stay on top of leadership trends. Knowing… Continue Reading →

New NEWS Agent in Town

  US News Observer: We are a website that provides unique, on-demand content providing relevant information from past and current events. We are also a one-stop-shop for many of the popular news sources. US News Observer specializes in multimedia features,… Continue Reading →

Game Changing Tools for Real Estate Investors

Are you using game changing tools in your real estate business? If not, this is one you need to review. The Deal Machine is an amazing app that allows you to take a picture of a vacant or abandoned house… Continue Reading →

It’s Not Either/Or, It’s Both/And

A crowd mentality can be difficult to resist. Whether it’s a new fitness workout, yet another so-called “superfood” or even a television show that’s taken over your social media feed, it’s very easy to be swept up by the widespread… Continue Reading →

Career Competencies Where Humans Win Hands Down

The robots are coming! That well-worn phrase used both in fiction and serious journalism encapsulates a fear that many share—that machines of all sorts are poised to take over every function and responsibility formerly performed by mere mortals. I have… Continue Reading →

Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year” are Victims that Fought Back

Time magazine’s annual choice of “Person of the Year” always captures the imagination of people, who are curious about what person or people are making a difference.  This year, the women and men who have fought back against sexual harassment… Continue Reading →

When It Comes to Trends, Know Which ones to Trust

Mention the word “trend” to some people and you may receive a smirk in response. Why? Because many people simply don’t trust trends. That can be a significant mistake. Some trends are, in fact, very trustworthy—so much so that they… Continue Reading →

Success through Collaboration

If there’s one industry that stands out as a bastion of secrecy and cutthroat competition, it’s pharmaceuticals. So what in the world were GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer thinking when they partnered in the development of new HIV medications? For that matter, what was Pfizer… Continue Reading →

6 Cybersecurity Businesses that Present Opportunity

If you’re on the lookout for a breakout growth opportunity, it’s important to look where others aren’t. And, in that case, it’s hard to argue against the exploding potential of preventing cybercrime. Although estimates differ, cybercrime is an undeniably lucrative… Continue Reading →

6 Cybersecurity Businesses that Present Opportunity

If you’re on the lookout for a breakout growth opportunity, it’s important to look where others aren’t. And, in that case, it’s hard to argue against the exploding potential of preventing cybercrime. Although estimates differ, cybercrime is an undeniably lucrative… Continue Reading →

10 Things Businesses Should Be Focused On In 2018 –

We are getting close to the end of the year, and it’s time for business owners to be thinking about goals & objectives for next year. The following list includes universal business trends that I have consulted about repeatedly during… Continue Reading →

Las Vegas Shooters Girlfriend ( Marilou Danley) Claims To Have No Idea of Paddock’s Plans

Contributors: Ami Pancholi & Angelo Zammit                    Marilou Danley 62 was said to have been a person of interest in the Las Vegas shooting Oct 1st 2017.  While his girlfriend was on a trip abroad, Paddock was planning the biggest mass murder spree… Continue Reading →

Enough Hours in the Day: 5 Tips for Boosting Freelance Productivity

As a freelancer, you get to work on your own terms—no more clocking in and out five days a week. While one of the major perks of freelancing is the ability to set your own schedule, this makes your time… Continue Reading →

What Do You Need to Have as an Independent Contractor? Your Top Questions Answered

Many contractors never actually plan on having their own contracting business; it seems to be something that has its own natural evolution. People start working in the construction industry first and start doing little projects left and right to earn… Continue Reading →

Keeping E.D. at Bay

Most men overlook serious health issues for a considerable amount of time. They are aware that their lifestyle will pose major health problems in the future, but unfortunately, they sit up and take notice only when it starts to interfere… Continue Reading →

The Most Sought After Hermes Handbags

When it comes to luxury handbags, Hermes is a brand that occupies one of the top positions in the list. Be it the Hermes Kelly, which takes up to 24 hours for an artisan to create, or the pinnacle Birkin… Continue Reading →

Price of Business Welcomes Ami Pancholi of East Coast Loyalty

My name is Ami Pancholi, I was born in Bombay India, currently living in Boston Mass. I came to the states when I was a young lady, age nine. Growing up was very tough for me here. Life was so different… Continue Reading →

Las Vegas Massacre Shooter Not Representative of the Law-abiding Citizens

National legal gun defense offers condolences to the hurting across the nation Fort Worth, Texas (October 3, 2017) – As America searches for answers for when evil strikes, the protector communities (citizen gun owners) understand that being armed is the… Continue Reading →

License to Carry Class with Sgt Damon Ing in Fort Worth, Texas This Weekend

Don’t miss this class being held at Winchester Shoot Gallery in Fort Worth, Texas, Saturday October 7th! It’s never been a better time to get your license to carry a firearm in Texas!  The fees have been lowered to $40… Continue Reading →

Price of Business Welcomes Brady Granier and BioCorRx

The Price of Business welcomes Brady Granier and BioCorRx.. Read below and learn more about them. Brady Granier, is currently CEO, President & Director of BioCorRx, Inc., an addiction solutions company headquartered in Anaheim, California. During the 12 years prior… Continue Reading →

10 Steps to Becoming an Alpha Male

The real man, a warrior, a man’s man and a stand-up guy are some of the ways people describe the Alpha Male. But who exactly is an Alpha man? He is the leader of a social group, looked up to for… Continue Reading →

Changes at the Amazon Marketplace and More on the Price of Business

  09-4-17 Price of Business Host Kevin Price and Wintress Odom 09-4-17 Price of Business Host Kevin Price and James Thomson- Recent changes at Amazon are making it more difficult for online sellers, but those who choose not to sell on Amazon… Continue Reading →

Why You Should Make a Career In Animations

  Animations is a growing career with more and more people the bandwagon and becoming animators. Not just this, animation studios are increasing by the number as well with new names such as Spiel Creative fast creating a niche in the… Continue Reading →

Maximizing Your Social Media Efforts

In my experience working with small businesses, I find that while many businesses today have a Facebook, LinkedIn and/or Twitter account, most are not maximizing their social media impact and, as a consequence, missing a huge opportunity ! Here is… Continue Reading →

3 Proven Ways to Dramatically Boost Your Search Engine Rankings

There’s a morbid, but apt joke that has been circulating in the online marketing world for years: “The best place to hide a dead body is on page two of Google, because nobody will ever find it.” [Add laugh track… Continue Reading →

5 Things that will Slow Down — or Eventually Kill — Your eCommerce Operation

As you already know, competition on the eCommerce landscape is ferocious and non-stop. Keeping and increasing your marketshare is tough enough without some unforced errors entering the picture that, if left unchecked, will slow down your growth — and eventually… Continue Reading →

David Straus on the “Genius Problem”

Entrepreneur and coach, David Straus will discuss the “Genius Problem” and will examine the things great minds have in common, on Friday’s Price of Business show. Here’s an excerpt from his recent article on this in Inc. Magazine: Obviously, I… Continue Reading →

USA Business Radio is a Strategic Partner of the Price of Business

Sticky post  A rising star in our group of news sites, USABR is one of the fastest growing in web traffic, according to Alexa.  It, too, is often quoted in major news sites (like Huffington Post), and by major institutions (including government),… Continue Reading →

US Daily Review is a Strategic Partner to the Price of Business

Sticky post  It is one of our longest running media partners.  It has been quoted in Huffington Post, by Members of Congress, major educational institutions, and other highly respected and trafficked websites.  In addition, it is a top 2 percent traffic performer… Continue Reading →

FinTech Pioneers See Potential in Digital Document Management Solutions  

  All businesses — and especially the financial services industry — are faced with an ever-expanding universe of data, along with the push to move to a paperless environment where information can be safely stored and easily retrieved. As a… Continue Reading →

Ten Things to Do Before Moving Your Business onto a Cloud Platform

Moving your business to the cloud is no longer a choice. All businesses are now expected to be already using cloud platforms, or be on a journey to doing so shortly. It’s no surprise why: using the cloud lets you… Continue Reading →

Invest in the Future by Learning about Cloud Accounting

  The rise of technology has brought impressive updates to accounting and how accountants are able to crunch data and numbers and make sense out of every transaction and tax that goes through a business at any given time. It… Continue Reading →

Three Keys to Business Freedom

In honor of Canada’s 150th Birthday on July 1st and the Fourth of July Independence Day in the United States, here are the three keys to business freedom. First, my definition of business freedom: you have a smooth running, profitable,… Continue Reading →

Luxury Travel – Make Your Holiday Stay Affordable with These Two Tips!

You need to take a vacation sometimes in order to mentally rejuvenate and bounce back to the normal routine of life. There are several holiday spots for you to visit however, at least once in a lifetime, you should pamper… Continue Reading →

Price of Business Welcomes James J. Talerico Jr. of Greater Prairie

James J. (Jim) Talerico, Jr. A nationally recognized SMB expert, Jim is consistently ranked among the “top small business consultants followed on Twitter.”  With more than twenty-five (25) years of diversified business experience, Jim has a solid track record helping… Continue Reading →

4 Essential Tips For Getting into B2B Sales

If you’re thinking of making the jump into your own business, why not think about B2B opportunities? Business to Business is a world where you can innovate and create with the independence and autonomy you wanted to find in a… Continue Reading →

Online Gaming: Between Business, Entertainment, and Controversies

  Online gambling is a phenomenon that has popped out of nowhere a little over two decades ago. Since then, it never stopped growing – even today, new casinos are being launched to cater to the ever-growing audience. All this… Continue Reading →

Ask a Biz Breakthrough Expert: Is the suit and tie dead?

Dear Breakthrough Expert, More and more people at my office are wearing casual clothes all the time. Is the time of the suit and tie going the way of the dinosaur? Should I just give in and wear a polo?… Continue Reading →

Facebook for Business

Worldwide, there are over 1.86 billion monthly active Facebook users, using Facebook to promote your business is an obvious choice. Facebook may be an excellent marketing tactic, but it is subject to the New Rule of Three like all business… Continue Reading →

Dear Breakthrough Expert: Am I Over-dressed in Houston?

Dear Breakthrough Expert, More and more people at my office are wearing casual clothes all the time. Is the time of the suit and tie going the way of the dinosaur? Should I just give in and wear a polo?… Continue Reading →

What Every Business Must Remember

  There are plenty of tactics to help you establish the pillars of a successful business. However, with so many guidelines to follow, which are most essential? We have boiled down several tips to just a few most important ones… Continue Reading →

How Corporate Broking Can Help Your Business

  As a general rule, business confidence in the UK has remained robust since the EU referendum vote. This has been part of a wider trend, as the economy has showcased resilience despite the sustained devaluation of the pound and… Continue Reading →

2-14-17 Jeb Bashaw & David J. DeWitt – Handwriting Analysis – Bullying

Seg 2 – Jeb Bashaw, David J. DeWitt Handwriting Analysis, Discover Your Vocation

Everything You Need to Know About the EB-5 Process

You may have heard about the EB-5 program, which allows an overseas investor to gain an American visa when investing $500,000 in a US project. If you are considering making a pitch to a foreign investor to grow your business,… Continue Reading →

The Launch of USA Business Radio

By  USDR    We are proud to announce the launching of  It is a strategic partner of USDR. Actually the name has existed for several years, and has been a landing page and generic info page about our various… Continue Reading →

The Launch of USA Business Radio

By  USDR    We are proud to announce the launching of  It is a strategic partner of Actually the name has existed for several years, and has been a landing page and generic info page about our various… Continue Reading →

ReSpeaker by Seeed, to See the Future

Tell us about your business. With the advent of voice technology, ReSpeaker by Seeed is finding new ways to revolutionize the way we work, communicate, and live: it allows the opportunity to add voice interaction to anything the user would… Continue Reading →

Javascript for Entrepreneurs — Javascript for All Users

Name and Official Title. Bill John Tran, CEO and founder of Javascript for Entrepreneurs Tell us about your business. It began with two previous Kickstarters: although successful, he truly found a way to mold his two passions of teaching as… Continue Reading →

Episode 2: Introducing CJ Grisham of Open Carry Texas/


Save Up Act HR 5731 interview with Ross Powell

Recap of the interview: a. Mandatory 50 cent contribution by employer = 6.2% for minimum wage earners b. Auto enroll for 3% elective contribution increasing to 5% – Voluntold c. No Rollovers out of it d. Will be used to… Continue Reading →


Guest writer for BY JOE ALTON, MD As a physician, my focus is how to heal wounds rather than how to cause wounds. A terrorist, however, has quite different goals. Normally, they have a short window of opportunity, and… Continue Reading →


7-11-16 Price of Business Guest Host William Knapik Angelina Saucedo – Dominos Pizza Saturday Grand Opening 7-11-16 Price of Business Guest Host William Knapik Dr. Ted C. Jones – Chief Economist, Stewart Title 7-11-16 Price of Business Guest Host William Knapik Mike Ratchford – Half of… Continue Reading →

Uber and Lyft Settle Cases with Drivers

Ride sharing companies Uber and Lyft have recently been working on class-action settlements concerning the classification of their drivers as independent contractors. Both companies are seeking to avoid the benefits drivers might be given if a court were to find… Continue Reading →

Recent Interviews from the Price of Business Show

By The Price of Business (1110 AM KTEK, Houston, TX is the sister radio program of US Daily Review and is Hosted by USDR Publisher and Managing Editor, Kevin Price).  These are interviews Kevin Price had with his contributors and guests. *Sponsored Richard Wakim… Continue Reading →

Seven Practical Steps for Successful Video Conferencing

Unified communication has become mainstream. Many IT companies are actively implementing it, and those that haven’t yet are looking forward to it. Industry leaders like Blue Jeans indicate that most of them haven’t yet exploited the real potential of video… Continue Reading →

First Time Freelancing? How to make sure you get Paid

There’s no doubt that freelancing can be a very rewarding way to work for yourself. On the one hand, you can often set your own hours and rates of pay. However, do bear in mind that depending on the nature… Continue Reading →

A Tax Deduction for Construction-Related Businesses that costs NOTHING

Here’s a deduction most people don’t know about, and you don’t have to spend one dollar more to get it! It’s called the Domestic Production Activities Deduction (or Section 199). Any company who “makes things” in the United States can… Continue Reading →

Meet Sameera Sullivan, Chief Matchmaker and CEO of Lasting Connections

Name and official title of the CEO: Sameera Sullivan, Chief Matchmaker and CEO of Lasting Connections Tell us about your business. Sullivan founded Lasting Connections in April 2012 after realizing the absence of a matchmaking service for high net worth… Continue Reading →


CMO Radio: Interview with Tron Jordheim, CMO of Storage Mart

In the age of social media, it’s easy to forget that mass email blasts, sponsored Tweets, and LinkedIn campaigns aren’t the only ways to advertise. Believe it or not, taking out physical ads in Yellow Pages isn’t as outdated as… Continue Reading →

8 Ways Video Conferencing Can Change Your Business

Still holding out on applying video conferencing solutions to your day to day operations? Here are ten ways video conferencing is transforming organizations around the world. Given the chance, it could change yours too:   Higher Levels of Productivity  … Continue Reading →

College Seniors to Senior Citizens – Rethinking Internships With the Intern

This weekend, September 25th, marks the release of new film The Intern. The movie, starring Academy Award winners Robert DeNiro and Anne Hathaway, takes a modern twist on the average intern story. Ben Whittaker (DeNiro), a retired senior and not the typical ‘senior’ one might think of when… Continue Reading →

Meet Take On College at Lifetime Fitness!

Hello Lifetime Fitness Member! Take On College has recently started a partnership with two LifeTime Fitness locations, in Montvale, and in Berkeley Heights. Physical fitness is a huge aspect of peak performance coaching, so we’re really excited to be part… Continue Reading →

Parents of College Students: Partnership Is Key For Your Return On Investment!

Reduce College Transition Anxiety and Maximize the Return on College Investment through Five Parent-Student Partnership Strategies During this critical time for college bound students and their parents, Dr. Joel Ingersoll, founder of Take On College highlights key strategies to reduce… Continue Reading →

On Leadership: Small Gestures, Lasting Inspiration

Effective leaders have the unique ability to inspire others around them. In essence they are the coaches that you want to play for every day because they instill confidence, develop and celebrate talent, and inspire meaningful creativity, experience, and effort…. Continue Reading →

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