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Life Work Balance

ChannelE2E provides news on work-life balance for tech entrepreneurs, CSPs, MSPs, VARs, ISVs, IT distributors & technology partners in the IT channel.

Dispatches From Mexico City: Staycation!

It’s that time of year in Mexico City. The rain is slowing, the weather is warming, and everyone is preparing to head back to school. Me? I’m blogging.

Dispatches From Mexico City: More Than Just Beaches

“Can we spend a day at the beach?” Umm… no. Mexico City is nowhere near the beach. Instead, let’s head in this direction…

Exit Strategies, Legacy Planning, Business Valuations (And Your Values)

How to make your business the fuel that funds your family’s prosperity for generations to come. HTG Legacy Summit prepares to offer guidance.

Dispatches From Mexico City: Grabbing Hold Of Opportunities (At Any Hour)

I’m tired today. Coming home at 4:00 a.m. will do that to you, I suppose. But I’ve got a good excuse.

Dispatches From Mexico City: Stepping Into The Darkness

There’s something to be said for standing on the edge of darkness and stepping into it. Ty Trumbull explains.

Retirement Bench Park Water Lake

Surprise: Small Business Owners Often Don’t Want to Retire

Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index shows retirement often is not ideal for entrepreneurs at MSPs, VARs & small businesses.

Don’t Start 2017 Without Your ‘Why’

Before you embark on 2017, make sure your business strategy aligns with your ‘Why’ — the purpose, cause, or belief that inspires you to do what you do.

Woman Journey Road

5 Things Vendors Need to Know About Their Partners’ Journey

We’re all so busy talking about the buyer’s journey we’ve forgotten about the Partners’ journey. Channel Maven’s Heather Margolis explains.

5 Financial Mistakes In 5 Decades: Where You’ll Go Wrong

How one or two bad financial decisions per decade can cost you a lifetime of savings. Mitigate the mistakes and the road to retirement is far easier.

Is ‘Lifestyle Business’ A Dirty Phrase?

A lifestyle business doesn’t have to be small in terms of revenue, employees or success. The main requirement of a lifestyle business… is this.