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One Thing You Have to Do

By Daniel Levis | 12/13/2011

I reached into the mailbox and there it was – a check for $8,750. The amount represented a 50% deposit on the base fee I’d agreed to in exchange for writing a webpage for a new client. Does that sound like a lot of money to pay someone to write…

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From the Ground Up

By Craig Ballantyne | 12/12/2011

Last Friday afternoon down in South Beach, Florida, I spent the day with a group of like-minded men and women in a group called Maverick Business Adventures (a unique organization started by one of my mentors, Yanik Silver). We had the pleasure of hearing from a unique individual and true…

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The Fastest Way to Build Your Business

By Craig Ballantyne | 11/28/2011

Here’s the situation. You want to be an entrepreneur and to start a new business because you know that this is the fastest way to building wealth. You even have a good idea, but how on earth do you get customers when starting from scratch? Well, the correct answers are…

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You Will Need This Over the Holidays

By Mary Ellen Tribby | 11/23/2011

“Mom, I think I want to be president,” Connor said. “Is that so? I thought you wanted to be a professional baseball player,” I replied. “No, not when I grow up…” he explained. “I want to be president NOW.” That’s right! Connor, my 10-year-old, was nominated for class president. He…

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The Role of Reinvention in Your Life and Business

By Craig Ballantyne | 11/21/2011

I’ll admit it. I’ve been riding a successful sales letter for over 5 years. With very few changes, one of my websites has quietly been making me money, day in, day out, even while I sleep, since it was first written with the help of my business coach back in…

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How to Use an Ancient Chinese Secret for a Better Life

By Susan Fujii | 11/15/2011

Kung fu is not simply a combative martial art. The authentic Chinese translation describes it as a tremendous sense of total achievement or mastery of one’s craft, whatever your particular craft may be. Kung fu also refers to much more than just physical prowess–it is intended to affect your entire…

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Won’t You Stand Up For This?

By Jason Leister | 11/11/2011

Almost 3 years ago, I started on the path towards accepting responsibility for everything that happens in my life. I was hardly living my “best life” at the time and the repercussions of that were really starting to be a drag. If you feel like you’re going through your life,…

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How to Make Time to Get Things Done

By Joe Polish | 11/9/2011

Entrepreneurs, and people in general, get inundated with a LOT of different choices. And in today’s day and age, I’ve noticed the world is more ‘Crazy Busy’ than it’s ever been in history. (‘Crazy Busy’ is a term coined by my good friend, and famous Harvard graduate psychiatrist, Dr. Edward…

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How to Get the Money to Come To You

By Joe Polish | 11/3/2011

You’re about to discover one of the best ‘obvious secrets’ I’ve ever learned about ‘Getting Money’ and ‘Creating Value’. When my good friend Dan Sullivan, the founder of Strategic Coach, first shared it with me, it really hit me like a ton of bricks. What Dan shared with me is…

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The Most Important Entrepreneurship Article You’ll Ever Read

By Robert Ringer | 11/2/2011

With the word entrepreneur becoming increasingly popular with media pundits on both the right and the left, more and more people are coming to realize that entrepreneurship was the driving force behind America’s widespread prosperity – prosperity that few Americans could have imagined as recent as the mid-20th century. Entrepreneurship,…

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How to Boost Your Income

By Robert Phillips | 11/1/2011

What do you see as your main role in your business? Are you the doer of the thing? Or the marketer of the thing? There is a HUGE difference between these two ways of thinking. The attitude of the business owner as to what his or her role is has…

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You Need to Find These People

By Craig Ballantyne | 10/31/2011

Imagine a beer commercial where old folks sat around in a nursing home drinking beer in their wheelchairs. Or a beer a commercial where soccer moms sat around drinking beer at child’s birthday. Obviously we’ll never see these commercials because the ads wouldn’t address the target market. Beer makers know…

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