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    15 Easy Steps to Starting Your Small Business

    Yeah, sure it’s easy, and of course, that title is a little tongue in cheek. It takes a lot of hard work to get a business off the ground. But, it’s worth every hour I’ve spent getting to where I am now. When I decided to start my communication and coaching business, I tried hard […] More

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    How To Start Your Side Hustle With ClickBank

    Did you ever find yourself in the situation where you just had to press that “Buy now” button but hesitated, because you didn’t want to spend $47, $97 or even more just to find out that you chose the wrong product again? Let me tell you that I have been in that situation many times […] More

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    Are You A Craft Junkie? Then Checkout This 25 Places to Sell Your Handmade Crafts Online For 2018

    If you enjoy creating and you constantly hear people telling you that you should sell your creations, it may be time to voyage into the world of selling your crafts for money. Like all things, entering the world of selling crafts should be carefully planned out. There are many websites and venues where you can […] More

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    How To Sell Your Book on Amazon Kindle in 10 Easy Steps

    After writing over 100 e-books, published 3 and co-authored one hard copy books, by the way which are available on Amazon and other online book stores, I think it’s about high time I write an article like this one. The publishing industry doesn’t seem to be slowing down. Even with all the recent news about […] More

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    8 Important Steps I Follow to Write a Book a Year

    I have few business ventures that are as rewarding as writing a book. Please don’t interpret that in financial terms; most any business author will tell you that getting rich on writing a book is a pipe dream. But the ancillary benefits are amazing: • Credibility — People take you more seriously when you have a book. • Marketing — Books […] More

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    Should You Work or Travel After Graduation? (Infographic)

    We’re getting closer to graduation day for many students across America. Amid feelings of excitement, anxiety and confusion, these new graduates will be thrust into a decision to figure out the next chapter of their lives. That can be easier said than done. If you’re one of the students expecting to graduate soon, rather than […] More

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    How to Take Your Brick-and-Mortar Business Online

    So, you operate a brick-and-mortar business and are looking for ways to bring in additional revenue. You think starting an online store would be a good idea, but don’t know where to begin.  Fortunately, moving your traditional business into the digital world isn’t as difficult as it once was. Follow the tips below to get started with […] More

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    5 Daily Disciplines of Successful Marketing Leaders

      The most successful marketing leaders don’t have more hours in the day than the rest of us. By emulating some of the daily disciplines of the most successful marketing leaders, you can improve productivity, earnings and the mythical balance between your career and your personal life. 1. Aggregating relevant news feeds. Digital marketing executives […] More

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    Richard Branson Explains Business Brilliance From His Self-Made Tropical Paradise

    Join us in a city near you at Entrepreneur’s Accelerate Your Business event series kicking off Feb 23. View cities and dates » After swimming 10 miles with a shark (a friendly shark) following him at the end, Entrepreneur Network partner Joe Desena, founder and CEO of Reebok Spartan Race and the voice of the Spartan UP! podcast, […] More

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    How to Run a Sustainable Writing Business (Where the Backbone of Success Is Simply … You)

    You may love to write. You may get a lot of positive feedback on your writing. And you may have even picked up many great writing gigs over the years, solidifying your status as a professional writer. But something is missing. It’s difficult to balance writing for your existing clients and attracting new clients. Consequently, your writing income varies at […] More

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    Trust Science to Help You Build Your Personal Brand

    Your brain is hardwired to devour visual information. In fact, neurons that process visual information make up 30 percent of the cerebral cortex — compared with 8 percent to decode input from your sense of touch and 3 percent devoted to sorting out auditory cues. You can’t control the resources your brain allocates to processing what you see. It doesn’t even matter […] More

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    How About Turning Your Hobby Into A Lifestyle Business In 2018? Don’t Worry You Don’t Have To Quit Your Job

    Do you like or love spending your free time making something? Does your hobby include, cooking, scrap booking or woodworking? These are just some few things that you can turn into thriving business. Maybe that dream business of yours might be possible in 2018. Here are some examples of hobbies that would make great businesses. Woodworking […] More

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    No Time to Market? You Only Need 15 Minutes a Day.

    Over just the last month I’ve connected with three entrepreneurs who told me they rarely did any marketing for themselves or their small business. I was really surprised. One is a freelance writer, another owns a PR agency and the third runs a software firm. Each is successful but all of them cited a lack […] More

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    The 1 Simple Quote That Has Driven This Serial Entrepreneur to Success

    If you’ve ever read Napoleon Hill’s famous Think and Grow Rich, then you’re familiar with the concept of setting your “chief aim.” As Hill explains it, your chief aim is your intention. It’s where you want to go. It’s what you want to build. It’s who you want to be. He underscores the importance of planting […] More

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    The Key Factors to Consider Before Becoming a Travel Host

    The following excerpt is from the staff of Entrepreneur Media’s book Start Your Own Travel Hosting Business. Buy it now from Amazon | Barnes & Noble | IndieBoundAs with any business opportunity, there are a handful of prerequisites that will help lead to your success as an Airbnb host. The following are 10 important factors to consider before you […] More

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    How to Avoid Mailing to a Disaster Area

    Natural disasters will definitely have an impact on your direct mail campaign. You will likely see a severely lowered response rate which could cost you thousands of dollars. While predicting the weather is impossible, there still may be time to stop your mail from entering the disaster zone where it could be lost forever. All […] More

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    How to Make Sure You Hire the Right People to Grow Your Business

    This article was written by YEC member Zev Herman. He is the president of Superior Lighting, specializing in energy efficient lighting design and retrofits. There are two ways to come into owning a business: You either build a company from the ground up or you acquire a pre-existing company. Both options have pros and cons. For example, […] More

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