Get Out of the Fetal Position and Prosper

We live in a time of great economic challenge and upheaval.

The mainstream media tell of business failures, layoffs, and uncertainty, stimulus packages and massive debt. If you heed their mournful cry, you’ll huddle in the corner in a fetal position and wait for someone to save your economic bacon.

But we cannot wait for others to save us. With great challenges come great opportunities. If you are wise, you will learn how to prosper during these difficult times.

Learning how to prosper is an invigorating sensation. It requires you to change the way you think about money, about personal responsibility, and about taking reasonable risks. It compels you to meet your client’s pressing needs rather than babble on about what you want to sell. It forces you to develop your creative powers. Learning how to prosper requires you to learn and implement correct principles.

That’s where BiziBoom™ comes in.

BiziBoom™ focuses on why some businesses prosper and flourish while others languish into obscurity. BiziBoom™ discusses how to take advantage of the great opportunities available even in difficult times.

Our topics will vary from post to post, but will center on how to prosper through sound legal, HR, and marketing strategies. We will discuss how to develop strong relationships with appropriate business partners, including lawyers, accountants, bankers, graphic designers, insurance brokers, and marketing professionals. We will discuss the strategies that will help your business boom.

Join us and learn how to prosper and how to make your business boom.

Who is Scott F. Gibson? I am, first of all, a husband and father. Rebecca and I have been married 22 years; we have four children ages 19, 18, 16, and 14. My family is my greatest joy in life.

For 23 years, I have practiced business law in Arizona, the past ten as the managing partner of Gibson Ferrin & Riggs, PLC. We help businesses and their owners meet their business and personal goals. My practice focuses on the intersection between intellectual property law and employment law. I help businesses prosper by properly managing their intangible assets.

You can learn more about me on Martindale Hubbell, Avvo, or gfrlegal.com. Follow me on Twitter or LinkedIn.

And now, the obligatory disclaimers. I am licensed to practice law in Arizona only. Though I believe the advice in BiziBoom™ is based on sound legal principles, the law of your jurisdiction may be different.

The advice given on BiziBoom™ is informational only; it may not be applicable to your specific situation. You should seek the advice of competent counsel in your jurisdiction, someone who knows the particular legal requirements of your jurisdiction.

Until you have signed an engagement letter with Gibson Ferrin & Riggs, PLC, neither the Firm nor I are acting as your legal counsel. Nothing on BiziBoom™ creates an attorney/client relationship between you and the Firm.

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