Living in Gratitude: How to be Grateful for the Difficult People in Your Life

By Natalie Ledwell

“Be grateful for all the difficult people that challenge you in life, for they give you the opportunity to learn & evolve.” ~ Natalie Ledwell

Most of us have at least a few people in our lives who push our boundaries and test our patience.

Like that neighbor who insists on mowing the lawn at […]

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Struggling to Find Your Audience? Do This

By Jeff Weinberg, LeadPages

Whenever someone tells me they’re starting a new business, there’s one simple question I always want to ask. In my experience, the answer to this question is usually the biggest factor in determining whether that business will be successful.

The question? Where’s your audience?

Successful entrepreneurs can quickly list off the places where their […]

By |Thursday, June 2, 2016|Categories: Business, How-To, Issues|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

5 Rules You Should Never Break

By Gail Trahd

“She wants me to WHAT?”  My then-husband stood with the phone in his hand, helplessly watching me doubled over in pain.  “The doctor said this is normal and you should just wait it out.”

Never mind that I practiced medicine for over 20 years, or that I had undergone abdominal surgery before . . […]

By |Monday, December 28, 2015|Categories: Health & Well Being, How-To, Issues, Relationships|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Self-Publishing on Kindle with Julia Kline

Julia Kline has had a diverse career – everything from Chicago Public Schoolteacher to Mary Kay lady to real estate developer to platform speaker to marketing consultant. And no matter what she did for a living, Julia has used her […]

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5 Steps to Getting Noticed Online (and Selling a Lot More Stuff)

By Brian Edmondson

The other day I was sitting at a busy Starbucks store, pounding away on my keyboard. And a dad walked in with his little boy in tow.  I didn’t notice them at first. But that changed quickly. The little boy started talking… loudly.

Spying the Christmas candy stacked on the table […]

The Power of Partnerships

By Jeff Vacek

If you do one thing by the end of the year and only one thing by the end of the year make sure you create your first partnership.

I’m not necessarily talking about going into business with someone else or getting a business partner if you will.

Nope, I’m talking about partnering with someone that […]