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    10 Ways to Sabotage Your Transition From Executive to Entrepreneur

    by Tony Kubica And Sara Laforest | As the recession continues to loom and as unemployment rises, we have seen an increased interest in executives wanting to start their own businesses. They want to transition from executive to entrepreneur. You may be interested in becoming an entrepreneur because you lost your job, or because you …

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    The Science of Being and Staying Happy

    by Patty Ordenko | via Success | When the Positive Psychology movement took shape only 15 years ago, some considered it a lark or even a vanity project of the man who led it: Martin Seligman, Ph.D., author of Authentic Happiness, Learned Optimism and the then-newly elected president of the American Psychological Association. He wanted …

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    How to Start a Startup in College [Infographic]

    shared from DegreeLibrary.org | What are the strengths of young founders: (According to Paul Graham, Co-Founder of Y-Combinator) Stamina College is the perfect time for all-nighters, and crazy work hours. Poverty Being used to poverty aligns you with the markets tendency. You may think $300 is a lot. Pricing a product usually $3000 at $300 …

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    How to Start a Car Wash Business in the Philippines

    by Amy Williams | A car wash business is one of the small industries that would benefit from the booming automotive market of the Philippines. This kind of cleaning service is easy to setup and has a constant supply of customers. We have come up with these easy steps to help you establish your car cleaning empire: …

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    5 Hot and Upcoming Startups in the Philippines Today

    by Amy Williams | This year 2014 has seen a healthy and steady increase in the number of startups establishing themselves in the Philippines. With its strong economy and westernized perspective it is clear to see why e-commerce sites have become the bread and butter of many Filipinos’ shopping rituals.  These factors have also contributed …

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    3 Amazingly Effective Marketing Techniques for the Millennial

    by Jenna Cruz | Let’s face it; marketing isn’t really the easiest task. While you may already know the basics—funds, team and strategies—there’s still so much that you have to do to launch a marketing campaign that’s convincing enough to make customers want to race down to stores or go online to buy your products …

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Lessons from the Mavericks

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    Courage: It’s the Secret to Getting Everything You Want in Life

    by Preston Ely | via Success | When I was in seventh grade, I got beat up by a skinny little girl with an umbrella. To paint that picture perfectly clear, I’m saying a girl about 3/8 my size took her umbrella and beat the ever-living crap out of me with it. In front of people. …

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    9 Young Entrepreneurs Who Are Changing the World [Infographic]

    shared from DegreeLibrary.org | Who says it takes years of experience to do something really big? Young engineers, philanthropists and entrepreneurs are tackling all sorts of issues, and many of them aren’t even waiting until college is over to make their mark. Here are nine of the most important young entrepreneurs. Shawn Frayne Company: Humdinger …

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    Richard Branson: How to Build a Brand

    by Jack Preston, Content Manager of Virgin.com | Richard Branson was recently in Egypt, where he spent some time talking to eniGma Magazine about life as the head of Virgin. One of the key points which Branson was keen to stress, was the importance of a brand name: Your brand or your name is simply your …

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    10 Mistakes That Will Hurt Your Chances of Becoming a Successful Entrepreneur

    by Tony Kubica And Sara Laforest | Entrepreneur Mistake #1: Letting fear immobilize you. We believe the number 1 issue that affects the success of a new business is fear of failure, fear of success, fear of criticism, fear of feeling unappreciated and fear of thinking no one will like your product, your service or you. Understand …

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    Top 5 Road Trip Destinations Around the World

    by Amy Williams | As the rainy season is upon us, we thought it would be the perfect time to help you get rid of that ‘rainy day boredom’ and explore some of the best road trip destinations around the world. From Australia to Namibia, these killer road trips make for some pretty good viewing …

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    Top 10 Best Airports in the World

    by Julia Melko | For travelers weary of long lines at security checkpoints and overpriced fast food, the idea that any airport could be viewed as “best” may seem laughable. However, for travelers lucky enough to have flights that originate or end at any of the airports listed below, the word “best” is totally appropriate. …

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Money | Success

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    How to Price for Profit

    by Denise O’Berry | Pricing mistakes drive a lot of entrepreneurs out of business. Find out what 5 things you need to take into account when setting up the proper pricing structure for your small business. One of the stickiest issues for most small-business owners is setting just the right price for their products and …

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    5 Simple Steps for Staying Out of Debt

    by Daniel Wesley | Forty thousand small businesses file for bankruptcy every year. Don’t become one of them. Follow these steps to mitigate the risks and keep your business’s finances healthy. According to Business Insider, 50 to 70 percent of small businesses fail within their first 18 months. The reasons for these failures are varied—bad location, …

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    7 Easy Ways to Beat Tomorrow’s Recession Today

    by Barry Moltz | Is another recession imminent? Prepare your business today, so it will survive, and even thrive, should a recession hit. The Great Recession seems like only yesterday. Yet it was five years ago that trillions of dollars of consumer wealth and millions of jobs were lost. Both sales and cash flow for …

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