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6 Simple Words That Can Save You Time, Money, Heartaches, and Headaches

6 Simple Words That Can Save You Time, Money, Heartaches, and Headaches

| July 1, 2014 | 7 Comments

  One of the main reasons I love the TV show Shark Tank is because I learn so many nice ways to tell people no. The sharks have the uncanny way of letting entrepreneurs (people) down while building them up. The phrase “and for that reason I’m out” have become a regular member of my […]

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7 Habits of Highly Effective 20-Year-Olds

7 Habits of Highly Effective 20-Year-Olds

| June 30, 2014 | 9 Comments

Good habits formed at youth make all the difference. – Aristotle Our 20s is the most important and fun decade of our lives, where we begin to experience the world as young adults.  It’s also the time when we develop good (or bad) habits that will positively (or negatively) impact our future. This is the […]

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A Guy Just Lost My Business. Are My Reasons Petty or Justified?

A Guy Just Lost My Business. Are My Reasons Petty or Justified?

| June 27, 2014 | 16 Comments

  A guy just lost my business. Some of you may find my reason petty, but others will completely agree. So here’s the deal once a month I spend $80 with this guy. And I’m talking for the last 9 years. So $960 a year and my lifetime customer value to him is $8,640 for […]

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Location, Location, Location: The Culture Factor You Can’t Ignore

Location, Location, Location: The Culture Factor You Can’t Ignore

| June 26, 2014 | 4 Comments

Running a business in a closet isn’t easy. Good luck finding privacy to make that important phone call. My 25-strong team dealt with a closet-like office that made productivity a struggle. The mazelike layout meant we were always slamming doors on each other, tripping over stuff, and overhearing everything. Then, everything changed. How a Move […]

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From Stuffed Animals to Dating: Interview with Serial Entrepreneur Alex Furmansky

From Stuffed Animals to Dating: Interview with Serial Entrepreneur Alex Furmansky

| June 25, 2014 | 7 Comments

BusinessDictionary.com defines a serial entrepreneur as “an entrepreneur who continuously comes up with new ideas and starts new businesses.” Alex Furmansky is a great example of someone who not only comes up with ideas, but turns those ideas into ventures of all shapes and sizes. Young entrepreneur Alex Furmansky was an early teen when he […]

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How to Conduct a Virtual Brainstorming Session

How to Conduct a Virtual Brainstorming Session

| June 24, 2014 | 3 Comments

  Brainstorming is one those strategies that garners a lot of enthusiasm… but very few results. In theory, the idea seems sound. A group of people get together and think up different ways to solve a problem until they find a workable solution. Too bad the idea is a bust in practice. As study after […]

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How To Get an MBA in Entrepreneurship

How To Get an MBA in Entrepreneurship

| June 23, 2014 | 5 Comments

  A few years ago a friend told me he was taking an “Entrepreneurship Class” and I remember raising an eyebrow. How do you take a class to learn how to be a certain type of person? The word entrepreneur is defined as: a person who organizes and operates a business or businesses, taking on […]

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Busted! 6 Weight Loss Myths That Will Make You Cry

Busted! 6 Weight Loss Myths That Will Make You Cry

| June 20, 2014 | 2 Comments

Are you tangled in the web of weight loss fads and endless contradicting information on the web? Hopefully you haven’t fallen victim to one of these fads, wasting money and time with the hopes to lose a few pounds, only to gain more back in return. I know, it’s frustrating and millions of people share […]

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How to Hire Your Next ‘Perfect Attitude’ Employee

How to Hire Your Next ‘Perfect Attitude’ Employee

| June 19, 2014 | 4 Comments

Hiring the right people is one of the most important parts of running a business. Think about it: Employees shoulder a lot of the responsibility for the success of their employers, so it pays to find someone who fits the bill from the very start. But many companies just can’t seem to do it, with […]

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Where vs. If: Changing The Way We Look At College

Where vs. If: Changing The Way We Look At College

| June 18, 2014 | 2 Comments

More than once this past summer I found myself wondering: “What’s wrong with me?”  While my friends excitedly discussed their dream schools and the fears of rejection, I was struggling with a fundamentally different question: should I attend college at all? As I fill out my college applications, tuition rates continue to soar, saddling students […]

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