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How to Survive a Conference Where You Don’t Know Anyone

| April 15, 2013 | 7 Comments

I am sure most of you have been in a situation similar to mine. Last week, I attended Social Slam in Knoxville, Tenn. I knew absolutely no one who was going to the conference, but I decided to attend because I believed it was relatively close to my new home in Charleston, S.C. (Seven hours […]

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Top 30 Best Cities for Young Entrepreneurs 2013

| March 19, 2013 | 94 Comments

One of the most important things you’ll do when starting your business is to pick where to setup shop. You want to find a place that offers business resources but also the lifestyle and culture that you want. The below list breaks down 30 cities across the United States into three different categories based on […]

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Reasons to Rebrand: The Perks of a Clean Slate

| March 18, 2013 | 1 Comment

A fresh start. A new beginning. Tabula rasa. We’re always looking for a refresh, whether it’s of our wardrobe, workout routine, or even career. Times change, and we’re drawn to change with them. And you know what? Your brand feels the same way. A living, breathing being with a life of its own, your brand […]

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Video: 10 Must See Inspirational Commencement Speeches

| March 18, 2013 | 1 Comment

Every year thousands of commencement speechs are delivered at schools around the country. Many of them carry inspirational, motivational and up-lifting messages. However, there are always a few that stand out above the crowd. Here is a list of ten speeches that we think are more than worth your time. Let us know what commencement […]

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Action Taker or Excuse Maker, Which Are You?

| March 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

After years of experience and countless hours of practice, I am now declaring myself an official expert excuse maker. I realized this fact while watching serial entrepreneur and motivational international speaker Duane Spires at the Southeast Entrepreneurship Conference (SEEC) at the University of Tampa. Duane Spires said, “There are two types of people, action takers or excuse […]

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Want More Money? 12 Free Math Courses to Improve Your Personal Finances

| March 15, 2013 | 4 Comments

Want a secret to improving your personal finances? Improve your math skills! Scared yet? Even if you’re not a math wiz it’s not as hard as you think. Math is all around us and everyone could use a few pointers on how it plays a roll with money and economies. The below math & business courses are […]

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How to Take the Rebrand Plunge

| March 12, 2013 | 3 Comments

Whether you’re diving into a rebrand or a pool of icy water, it’s a similar process. You make a plan. Gather your courage. Second-guess yourself at the last moment, and, finally, launch into a dive. There’s a shock at first, but then you emerge, alive and empowered. During a rebrand you completely redefine the image […]

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Where and How to Find Business as a Freelancer

| February 24, 2013 | 1 Comment

It sounds idyllic. Be your own boss, set your own hours and work from the comfort of your own home-office (couch). But the reality of earning a full-time living for freelancers is that it takes a lot of time, talent and effort. While the idea of ‘if you build it they will come’ works a […]

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Success: It’s What You Do, Not What You Think

| February 14, 2013 | 3 Comments

The best place in the world to run a business is Singapore and the worst is Venezuela, according to the Global Dynamism Index.  The highly reputed survey, quoted by publications such as Forbes and Business Insider and studied by investors and economists all over the world, contains a wealth of important information.  But, if you’re […]

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Born Global: Five Reasons to Travel & Experience More

| February 14, 2013 | 2 Comments

We are the “Born Global” Generation. We are suspicious when on evening news that is only about America, we dream of vacations in Mykonos rather than Martha’s Vineyard, and are excited to meet people from countries we have never heard of. But, what does “Born Global” really mean? Ted D. Zoller, Executive Director at the Center for […]

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