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Get small business advice, join our live Twitter chat

April 25, 2012

Get advice from featured author Susan Urquhart-Brown and ask her your small business questions live on Twitter.

The Hiscox Authors Series will host a live Twitter Chat with Susan Urquhart-Brown, author of The Accidental Entrepreneur: The 50 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me About Starting a Business. Join us on Twitter @hiscoxsmallbiz tomorrow, April 26th at 2 P.M EST and you can ask Susan your small business-related questions.  We’ll also be giving away 10 copies of Susan’s book, The Accidental Entrepreneur, to 10 lucky participants.

Tweet your questions with hashtag #HiscoxAuthorSeries, and Susan will respond – it’s that simple!

If you won’t be able to participate during the twitter chat tomorrow leave a comment here with your question and Twitter handle and Susan will respond.

Curious about the topics of discussion?

Here are some of the questions our small business blog readers have already submitted for Susan:

Q1. What prompted you to write the Accidental Entrepreneur @SUrquhartBrown?

Q2. What inspired you to launch CareerSteps123, your career and small business consulting service?

Q3. In your book you discuss 50 things u wish someone had told u. What 1 piece of advice do u feel is most important?

Q4. What additional factors do you credit to your success beyond the 50 tips in your book?

Q5. With many opinions on #smallbiz owners’ ability to maintain a work/life balance, what has worked best for you?

Q6. As an expert entrepreneur & career counselor, have you found specific traits that lead to #smallbiz success?

Q7. Tell us about your exp working w/Global Partners (@GPFD) & the impact your book & career made through the program.

Q8. How did your time as a columnist at @SFGate impact the development of your book and career?

Q9. You mention that it is important 4 people to love their work. Any advice on how to stay inspired & not burn out?

Q10. What are your thoughts on new and social media? Any tips/tricks for the #smallbiz owner and #entrepreneur?