Entrepreneurship


77 Things I Did in 2010 Entrepreneurship / Personal / Travel

2010 was really a landmark year for my family and me. It’s hard to believe how much our lives have changed in these short 12 months, how much we have grown, and how much we have been able to do. After reading a great post by Dragos Roua about 77 things he did in 2010, I decided to follow suit and write about some things...

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Interviewed by JetSetCitizen Costa Rica / Education / Entrepreneurship / Productivity

Last week, I was contacted by John Bardos from JetSetCitizen.com, the popular blog showcasing those trying to live their lives to the fullest. I’ve been a fan of John’s blog for a long time, and especially enjoy his interviews with perpetual travelers, international volunteers, entrepreneurs, and others. I was honored when he asked me for an interview, and am pleased to announce that it’s now...

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Tips for Marketing Your On-line Business Entrepreneurship

Note: This is the fourth in a series of posts about starting your own on-line business. To see other posts in this series, see the Entrepreneurship category of this blog. Not too long ago, I received an e-mail from someone looking to grow their business, and he wanted to know what kind of marketing I’ve done, and what I’ve found effective in getting new customers....

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Handling Customer Support Entrepreneurship

Note: This post is the third in a series of posts about starting your own on-line business. To see other posts in this series, see the Entrepreneurship category of this blog. In this post, I’ll talk about how to interact with customers, either potential or active, to make sure you are providing enough value that they’ll actually want to pay you for your product or...

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Pick a Need and Fill It Entrepreneurship

Note: This post is the second in a series of posts about starting your own on-line business. To see other posts in this series, see the Entrepreneurship category of this blog. One important aspect of starting a successful business is picking a product or service that fills a need. Yes, it is possible to create something for which there is little or no interest, then...

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Finding Your Driving Force Entrepreneurship

Note: This post is the first in a series of posts about starting your own on-line business. To see other posts in this series, see the Entrepreneurship category of this blog. One of the first and most important points I want to make for anyone endeavoring to start a business, is that you must have what I call a “Driving Force” to keep you motivated to...

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Entrepreneurship

Have you ever dreamed about owning a business that continues to bring in a steady stream of income each month, regardless of how much you work? Are you tired of having to depend upon your employer for your livelihood? Do you fear being laid off from your job because the company you work for is downsizing? Maybe you’ve taken a pay cut or two in...

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How I Spend My Time Productivity

Update: This post was written in April of 2009, so I have written an update to this post showing How I Spend My Time Now. I like being productive. And I like being able to look back at how I spend my time and see how closely it aligns with my ideals. That’s why I track my time while I’m working. Because I run my...

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Productivity

Do you read a lot of blogs? Or are there just a handful that you like to check up on regularly? I know that a lot of my readers aren’t the “techy” type, but even those who are, I’m surprised to learn, aren’t taking advantage of a great time-saving tool related to reading blogs. I’m talking about RSS Readers. Don’t let this name scare you....

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