Posts tagged with: home business

Are You Ready for the New Economy? Look around and you cannot deny the swiftly changing landscape of our lives under the influence of technology. On the one hand, we have cell phones and iPads which have made much of...
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Never Pee Alone, A Life Blesson When I was 5 years old, I cut my thumb after discovering a razor blade in the bathroom medicine cabinet. It was an innocent mistake that required stitches. I vividly remember watching as the...
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Beach Bum to Poolside Entrepreneur   In college I worked as a beach lifeguard. I often referred to myself as a “professional beach bum” because I wasn’t sure what career path I wanted to take upon graduation.   That’s when...
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One more street, One more week, One more contact! By Linda O.   Sales is a numbers game? Maybe this is debatable, but those of us who have turned our noses up to sales as a profession or have rejected...
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          What’s in it for Me? By Linda O. While watching a Muhammad Ali appearance on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson years ago, after thanking Ali for coming, Johnny mentioned Muhammad’s knack for writing poems...
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Let’s get this out of the way really fast………..You Can Sell ….. …..even though you don’t need to in our business…….patience, I’ll explain in a bit. When I share my business opportunity, I will frequently hear a common objection; Which...
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Some companies offer flexible schedules or the opportunity to work remotely, part or all of the time. While other companies are demanding more time and production from workers—who in a challenging job market feel stuck where they are. Either way,...
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Don’t count the months until the next vacation your company grants you. Instead, travel as often as you like while you run a successful business that generates all the income you want. Make a list of the places you want...
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Building relationships has always been critical to starting and running a successful business, if you don’t get on with your colleagues it can be a real pain, so it’s important to build relationships. Thirty years ago relationships were built when...
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Most people spend their adult lives, their most productive years, regretting the mind numbing constraints of a corporate career and fearing the uncertainty of starting their own business. There is a third option. Thirty years ago Leslie Hocker and Ron...
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