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Legendary Quotes from Highly Accomplished Entrepreneurs [#infographic]

No matter what the field of work is, the curiosity around the struggle associated with it creates curiosity which makes way for the go getters to tell their story. The story of how a seasoned entrepreneur mustered up the courage and made up his mind to create something new is contagious and often inspire others. […]

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Mothers of Invention: Finding Inspiration in Brilliant, Creative Women

  Solomon, who is credited with being the wisest man ever, wrote this in the first chapter of Ecclesiastes: “There is nothing new under the sun.” That may be poetically true, but it’s patently false – and I’m using the word “patent” here in the literal sense of issuing patents. New ones are being granted […]

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20 quotes to encourage the new entrepreneur

“Imagination rules the world.” – Napoleon Bonaparte Someone tweeted that quote the other day and I immediately copied it so I could come back to it, share it, and ponder it a bit. I think it makes a great new entrepreneur quote because when you’re starting out on a venture – or hoping to – […]

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Ideas and Inspiration: How Ray Bradbury’s ‘The Murderer’ Nails Our Times

By Cliff Ennico Sometimes, inspiration for this column comes from the most unusual places. Each year, my summer beach reading has a theme. This year, it’s “classic science fiction” – the works of fantasy fiction pioneers Isaac Asimov, Harlan Ellison, Philip K. Dick, Arthur C. Clarke, William Gibson, Frank Herbert, Orson Scott Card… And a […]

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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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4 Strategies: How Entrepreneurs Find Their Inspiration

If you have a friend who is either self-employed or an entrepreneur, he or she is likely one of the most motivated and driven people you know. Entrepreneurs thrive off of inspiration, energy and getting things done, but where does it all come from? It seems like they’re just born that way. That may be […]

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How to make a vision board for your business and why you should

There’s a proverb in the Bible that says, “Where there is no vision, the people perish.” It’s a truth that applies to virtually every aspect of life. While we might not physically “perish,” I think we all have suffered through seasons where a lack of vision brings a sense of uselessness and negativity. A powerful […]

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5 Obsolete Tools Saved By The Internet

By Jessica Kane To innovate is to change something established by introducing new methods, ideas, or products. To stay relevant in today’s world, innovation is the key to success. As the Internet continues to expand, more and more things are starting to go by the wayside. While the Internet is making certain things obsolete, it is […]

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Customer Service Lessons from Walt Disney

Disney is one of my favorite companies on the planet. I’ve been to Disneyland and Disney World more than 75 times. And, Disney is one of the ultimate customer service role models, which is why whenever I hear about a new book or an article about Disney, I read it. Many lessons can be learned […]

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This Week in Small Business: Be heard on Capitol Hill, Market on a Shoestring and Improve your EQ

Politics, government and the economy Want to get a message straight to the lawmakers who have the greatest impact on US small business? Here’s the page on the House Small Business Committee website where you can tell your story and let them know what is causing you the greatest problems. Leadership, management and productivity Are […]

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