Simple guidelines and activities you can use for clearing out the mental blocks that are standing in your way of being successful.
An overwhelming amount of evidence suggests that if you want to eat healthy food on an airplane… bring your own. If you can’t do that, here are your healthiest options:
Owning and managing rental properties can be very profitable. (From just two rental properties, my husband and I make $1,200/month in positive cash flow.) As a rental property owner, you may find yourself dealing one-on-one with tenants. Make sure you handle these encounters as business transactions, and don’t let your emotions – or your desire to fill a unit – prevent you from making sound business choices.
I read The New York Times regularly. Notwithstanding its reputation, this esteemed newspaper often proves to be a fertile source of misuses for this column. Within the space of a few days, for example, I found these two sentences in its pages:
You know what you need to do in order to lose fat: Eat less and exercise more.
But that’s easier said than done, especially when you’re surrounded by friends who want to drag you to another movie or high-calorie restaurant meal when you should be working out.
If you don’t have a product or product idea you can still make a fortune off an already-existing Internet business by becoming an affiliate.
“Okay. I am finally taking the plunge and starting a side business. I guess it is actually more like getting my feet wet, since my target sales goal for now is to cover my daycare expenses. At any rate, I am to the point where I need to call myself ’something.’ How important is a name? What should the strategy be for choosing one?
Chinese take-out is big business in South Florida. But “Chang’s” never had a chance.
They opened, added their name to the sign at the plaza entrance… and that was it. No ads in the local paper, no insert in the Penny Saver, not even a guy sticking flyers under windshield wipers in the parking lot.