Tag Archives: value

Clutter-Creator #2: Stuff I’m Convinced Has Value

In my last two posts, I said that dealing effectively with a cluttered workspace is all about changing the way you think about your stuff, and I dealt with Clutter-Creator #1: “Stuff for Someday.” For me, the #1 reason I … Continue reading

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How to Not Grow a Business

Most successful businesses have a growth mentality. But I don’t want to grow anymore. I want my craft market enterprise to shrink gracefully. Continue reading

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What Is This Worth to You?

Much as I love the concept of Antiques Roadshow, there’s something very reductive about a complete stranger telling you that your treasured heirloom is worth about $200, even though you thought (and hoped) it was worth thousands. We all know … Continue reading

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