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Sometimes Ya Gotta Be Young!

“I was let go from a position with a high technology company earlier this spring. “For the past couple of years, on and off, I have helped an entrepreneur in another state build a high technology consulting business. He has offered to sell the business to me for a ridiculously small amount of money, and […]

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14 habits and hints for finding great startup ideas

  Some people look at the glass and say it’s half full. Others see the same glass and say it’s half empty. Entrepreneurs look at the glass and wonder, “What can I make and sell to that guy to top off his drink?” As silly as that introduction may seem, I think it really captures […]

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The Best Sure-fire Tools for Lazy but Successful Entrepreneurs

By Tom Jager The contemporary entrepreneur, apart from being good in negotiations and the social aspect of that work, must be good with following trends in the IT industry, especially when it comes to promoting your business or product on the internet. On the other hand, the Internet is vast and expanding faster every day and […]

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Your Key To Success: Sales Preparation

Fail to prepare, prepare to fail. It’s an often heard adage that applies to virtually any situation, but with sales it’s especially important because failure isn’t a mere inconvenience – it can be the difference between financial success and financial ruin…or at least financial mediocrity. I once saw the results of a study that said […]

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The Most Important Moment in the History of Your Business

By Dan Coughlin The most important moment in the history of your business is when an employee comes to you with an idea on how to improve the business in some way. How you handle that moment says a lot about your current mindset and the future of the business. How to Ruin a Generation […]

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What Jerry Maguire teaches us about business partners

They say that opposites attract, but the truth is deeper and more important than that simple observation. See if you remember this Tom Cruise line from the movie Jerry Maguire: “You complete me.” He was talking to Dorothy Boyd (played by Renée Zellwiger) and before he delivers the line he talks about how rough and […]

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Six Reasons You Shouldn’t Lie to a Customer

By Shep Hyken We had a reservation Friday night at a restaurant for 7:30. We arrived on time, if not a few minutes early. There were two tables that were available, right in the middle of the restaurant. However, the hostess was looking in other parts of the restaurant. I pointed at one of the […]

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Creating young entrepreneurs: Let’s get as serious as Google

As I’m writing this we’re squarely in the middle of summer. For much of the nation, the heat won’t really let up for at least a month and a half. From a marketing perspective, it’s the best time for the neighborhood kids to set up their lemonade stands. I wonder how many entrepreneurs can trace […]

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5 Reasons Your Small Business Needs to Move to the Cloud

The cloud platform has opened up new possibilities for small- and medium-sized business owners. At a budget-friendly cost, cloud services offer the same features large companies utilize. This places the entrepreneurial business on a new footing in the global market. If your business is not on a cloud-based system, here are a few good reasons […]

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Survey says! Small business owners weigh in on presidential election

Have you noticed how the NFL stretches out its preseason, regular season, post season, awards season, and draft season to keep professional football in the headlines all year long? I think they got the idea from our political parties. We had the primary season, now we’re in the convention season, and immediately after that comes […]

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