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A Great Resource for Starting an Online Business

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I recently came across a wonderful resource for anyone involved with or contemplating starting a small business. It is called MyWifeQuitHerJob.com. The background story is that the site tells the journey of a couple, Steve and Jennifer, who started an online business with the goal of making over $100K in their first year.
Steve and Jennifer […]

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Eat a Live Frog Every Morning?

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There is common sense to the notion that the tasks  you most dread doing are the ones you should probably be doing first.  We don’t want to do the jobs that are hard and no fun. Nobody likes the jobs they aren’t good at or that scare them, so we avoid them and put them […]

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9 Ways To Be A Better Entrepreneur

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One common trait of successful entrepreneurs is that they are always seeking out new business ideas and sources of information and inspiration. They are constantly learning and trying to improve, and so should you.
Don’t think you are too old, too busy or too smart to learn some new tricks. That’s crazy. Take some time to look […]

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Do You Want a Job or a Business?

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Starting a small business is a job
This is probably not something you want to think about when planning how to start your small business since one of the most common motivations for starting a small business in the first place is to get away from having a job.
But, it’s a fact we have to accept. […]

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Do You Know the Beast’s Five Secrets for Success?

I went  to hear composer Philip Glass speak collaboration and creativity expecting to learn about how he composes music for film. Instead I learned about some some important secrets for success in business. Here’s what is even wackier, the lessons come from the French surrealist Jean Cocteau’s  movie La Belle et le Bete , better as the Disney version Beauty […]

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