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Friday, May 21, 2010
Posted by Molly Nelson - You should really be outside enjoying the weather, but since you're still here, take a look at some things you may have missed around the interwebs this week.

Watch out for crooked loan agents trying to take advantage of small business owners applying for SBA loans! In some happier news, the Kauffman Foundation reports that entrepreneurial activity in the U.S. rose to its highest rate in 14 years in 2009, and Inc. has a guide for getting certified as a minority-owned business

FreelanceFolder suggests using Zen practices to increase productivity (as I try to surreptitiously organize the papers on my desk), while Good Plum cautions small business owners against perfectionism

See you next week!

[Crooked Loan Agents Take Advantage]
[Despite Recession, U.S. Entrepreneurial Activity Rises in 2009 to Highest Rate in 14 Years, Kauffman Study Shows]
[How to Get Certified as a Minority-Owned Business]
[Using Zen Practices to Increase Your Organization & Productivity]
[The Small Business Owner Perfectionist]


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