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How I Stopped Mismanaging My Finances and How You Can Too

| July 29, 2014 | 41 Comments

Hey Under30CEO, Two weeks ago I sent an email talked about some honest truths about looking at your financial picture…. and guess what happened? It was the lowest response rate to an email I’ve had in months. Why?  Not because you all have it all under control… No– it’s because of what everyone told me who […]

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Use This Sneaky Psychological “Hack” To Make More Money With Your Skills

| July 28, 2014 | 2 Comments

Last night I was hanging out with my best friends at the 3rd Street Promenade in Santa Monica. They’re in town from NY and FL so that we can go see Outkast on Saturday. I’m pumped! One of the coolest parts about that area is getting to watch all the crazy street performers. From grandmas […]

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Change the Way You Think About Your Job & Use It To Catapult Your Own Business

| July 25, 2014 | 1 Comment

One of the biggest questions you’ll start asking yourself and those around you when you get the entrepreneurial bug is when do you decide when to quit your job? Most people want to quit right away but never do because they are scared of not having a paycheck every two weeks to fall back on. […]

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How to Produce & Publish an International Magazine While Working a 9-5 Job

| July 24, 2014 | 2 Comments

Ever heard these words before? “Content is king” What does that actually even mean? It’s one of the biggest buzzwords in the online marketing space at the moment, and I’ve been able to not only create content that people are willing to pay for, but I have created a platform where entrepreneurs can go to and learn […]

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Want to Grow? How to Make Tiny Changes That Produce Enormous Results

| July 23, 2014 | 2 Comments

  An Odd Interim I was in 7th grade. I rode around everywhere on my GT Mach One BMX bike. I rarely ever did my homework. I didn’t pay attention in class. And I didn’t care to listen to anyone, especially if it was unsolicited advice. I hung out with a sixteen year old homeschooled […]

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Entrecelebrity: Interview with SpiritHoods Founder Alexander Mendeluk

| July 22, 2014 | 2 Comments

Alexander Mendeluk always saw himself being in the spotlight, but as an actor, not as an entrepreneur. As the child of a Hollywood movie director, Alexander grew up on television and movie sets. “That whole world helped me explore my imagination.” That imagination fueled his passion and interest in storytelling, which led him into acting. […]

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The #1 Reason Most 20-Somethings Get Stuck

| July 21, 2014 | 5 Comments

I can remember, just a few short years ago, when I would have done ANYTHING to get “unstuck”. I had “played the game” just like I’d been told. Went to school, picked a major that made sense, got good grades and followed the rules. (I can see you nodding your head in agreement with me […]

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Why You Should Burn All Your Bridges and Never Have a Backup Plan

| July 18, 2014 | 1 Comment

What do you see when you look at a successful human? I see a determination, definiteness of purpose, and plan that most people are too afraid to ever create for themselves. Have you ever met anyone who achieved something important in life, something they would consider a dream, by dropping back to a plan B? […]

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Keeping the Customer from Hell out of Your Business, Automatically.

| July 17, 2014 | 1 Comment

“You’ll throw in the extras we talked about if you want my business.” We were negotiating with a potential customer. His pattern was the same. We’d negotiate the terms and send the agreement. Our customer would confirm that everything was fine. Everything looked good. Until we spotted all of the extras he added in without […]

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It’s Your Time to Fly: Why You Should Be Impractical and Move Somewhere New

| July 16, 2014 | 2 Comments

The urge to pack up and start a new life in another city is a dream most everyone has entertained at one time or another. There’s a certain impulsive appeal in just leaving behind your established routine and starting fresh somewhere else. There’s an aura of adventure and renewal to the idea that calls to […]

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