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By Marilee Sears

The Entrepreneurial Dilemma

I grew up in an entrepreneurial family: my father was a dentist that owned and operated a private practice for almost 50 years, employing a team of 8-12 at any given time. My Mom owned a day care center directly across the street […]

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The Quick Start Abundance Issue

By MaryEllen Tribby

“I can’t believe that you just moved your entire family back to Florida, that school starts in two weeks for your kids and you are jumping on a plane tomorrow morning to New York City- why?” my older sister asked.

Well, I am going to share with you the exact same answer I shared […]

How To Deal With Criticism

By Fabienne Fredrickson

Whether you like it or not, one thing that happens once you start multiplying your business is that you become a target for criticism. I’m not talking about criticism from your family or friends, because you may get that too, but I’m referring to criticism in your industry.

Every time that I have stepped […]

No Man’s Land by Doug Tatum

Is your business too big to be considered as a small business and too small to be considered big?

Then this book is written for you.  No Man’s Land: Where Growing Companies Fail by Doug Tatum, is a magnificent book about the crucial period of […]

EntreLeadership by Dave Ramsey

Timeless Leadership and Entrepreneurial Advice.

Recommended by well-known personalities, such as Stephen Covey, John Maxwell and Zig Ziglar, EntreLeadership: 20 Years of Practical Business Wisdom from the Trenches introduces a new concept, the Entreleader, and essentially teaches you how to build a company that will not […]

7 Steps to Establishing Yourself as an Industry Leader

By Craig Ballantyne

In the summer of 2000 I was finishing up my master’s thesis in Exercise Physiology at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario (Canada’s ‘steeltown’). At the time, I lived with two buddies, and the only computer with Internet access in our house was in my friend’s room in his basement apartment.

One Saturday afternoon, after […]

Ways to Turn Your Passion into Profits

By Ali Brown

As an entrepreneur, one of your most important duties is keeping your mind open to fresh moneymaking ideas.

Holding regular brainstorm sessions can uncover fresh spins on our original ideas, and keep the passion alive–not only within ourselves, but for our customers and clients as well.

But, if you want to have an […]

Make An Effective Use of Social Media

By MaryEllen Tribby

Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google Plus, yada, yada, yada! Ninety-nine percent of the time these “cool” new tactics are going to be worthless to your business. That’s right, they will not yield you one red cent!


Because with any marketing tactic you use, it will only work when you understand the underlying, fundamental strategy. And, […]

The Right Way to Work With Freelance Copywriters

When you understand how to hire and manage freelance copywriters, your company turns into a virtual cash machine allowing you to spend more time with your kids and spouse. And in this issue I share that secret with you.

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