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Obama: Military Option Not on Table in Ukraine
CrimeWatch 2012 Ep08 Pt1/2 - Employment Scam - 28Oct2012
How To Make Money Online - 60 Seconds Profit!
UK's real wage squeeze ends
Paul Krugman: Inequality Actually Bad for Growth
Will You See the Lunar Eclipse?
How does the financial system work
Most Inspiring Video Ever! - Think, when you were still a kid. Adcom (Original)
The 8 Year Old Entrepreneur
The Life Of A Young Entrepreneur - Documentary
Guy Kawasaki: The Top 10 Mistakes of Entrepreneurs
Paul Krugman: Not Enough Skepticism in Markets
self employment ideas
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Paul Krugman: Slack in the Economy Is Dangerous
Tesco -- check out time?
Quants: The Alchemists of Wall Street (Marije Meerman, VPRO Backlight 2010)
Reese Waters Names the New Atlanta Soccer Team
Should the ECB launch QE?
Obama: Health Care Sign-ups Have Reached 8 Million
Les Brown: Discover the Entrepreneurial Mindset - Pt. 1/3
Will Rain Ruin Your Weekend?
Morgan Stanley the winner
Bollywood stars are playing a large role in Indian politics
Snowden Shows Up on Russian TV During Putin Q&A
Top American graduates heading to India for employment
EvanLuthra giving an Inspirational talk on Entrepreneurship for Students at AIESEC Thapar University
Best Android Apps by Handy Apps: EasyMoney Personal Finance Manager
Richard Branson: Advice for Entrepreneurs
Ambition. Discipline. Purpose. The Journey of Being an Entrepreneur with Gurbaksh Chahal
Cold Snap Ahead
I am an Entrepreneur
Entrepreneurs can change the world - Grasshopper
Record Cold Temperatures Continue!
Time to float Jaguar Land Rover?
Corporate Uncoupling: Paltrow's Goop CEO Quits
Maps and More from the Hurricane Conference
Working class key to EM growth
Will this Lamb Survive the Harsh Temperatures as Winter Turns to Spring?
Executive Privilege: Biden Snaps Selfie With Obama
How to Change Your Life Thru Entrepreneurship - w/Sean Moffett and Evan Carmichael
Winds of Change | Gaucho Entrepreneur by Ideami | Entrepreneurship Documentary
Buffett's best tip for personal finance
The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of The World by Niall Ferguson Epsd. 1-5 (Full Documentary)
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The Fragile Middle: Tanzania's cola wars
Murder Island!
Yeshmin Blechin Employment Agency
Weibo Prices Shares at Low-End, Each
Understanding The Financial Crisis--For Kids and Grownups
Co-op's governance challenge
The Life Of A Young Entrepreneur - Documentary
Entrepreneurs can change the world - Grasshopper
Steve Jobs' Advice for Entrepreneurs
Un entrepreneur recoit la visite de syndiqués à Trois-Rivières
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The Call of the Entrepreneur
Work From Home | The Top 10 Self Employment Skills For Working From Home
Why Rolls-Royce Ghost Was a Game Changer
Top 10 Mistakes Made by Entrepreneurs
What They Don't Teach in Business School about Entrepreneurship
The Unstoppable Entrepreneur #1
New 0K Porsche Is Very Cheap for What It Is: CEO
Will to Live
Overdose: The Next Financial Crisis
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Man of Steal : Entrepreneurship Qtiyapa (ft. Deepak Dobriyal)
Rainy System Headed for East Coast
Régis l'entrepreneur
Job Search Tip #9 - Explaining Employment Gaps
Your Money - Personal Finance Made Easy to Understand
T-Shirt Designer - a Young Entrepreneur to Watch
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Luxury car show turns workaday
Is Old Man Winter FINALLY Moving On?

ANNOUNCEMENTS - Press Releases

Best Meetups in NYC

Don’t be scared of meeting complete strangers because they might be just the people you need to meet. Why? Well, for one, you get to see what cool new things people with similar interests to you are doing. From getting to attend cool seminars to meeting potential leaders in your field, you’ll find so many […]

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5 Creative Ways to Visualizing Your Resume

Finding creative ways to get ahead of your competition for jobs is vital because at the moment it is an employer’s market. Add to that that college students have it even tougher because they have no experience and so have to work harder to stand out. That is why adding a visual element to your […]

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How Climbing to the Top Put Life In Perspective

No, I’m not talking about the top of the success ladder (still climbing), but rather the top of Las Vegas’ most scenic rock reserves. Around mid-March, a close friend and myself went to Red Rock Canyon, a national conservation area in Las Vegas. One word: beautiful! At Red Rock, you’ll find different trails from easy […]

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How to Use a Business Plan Template as a Resume Writing Tactic

Young professionals, with an entrepreneurial mindset, like us, should take advantage of traditional business management tools as tactics in our career planning strategy. I believe professionals should start implementing a “business management” framework to assess their career goals and define objectives with one clear end in mind: a tailored resume that highlights your top talent […]

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Tension: The Silent Epidemic That’s Killing Your Company

Did you hear the one about the stressed-out business executive who walked into the doctor’s office complaining about terrible nightmares? “It’s awful,” the exec tells his doctor. “Some nights, I imagine I’m a teepee facing incredibly strong winds, rain, and snow. I’m all alone on the edge of a cliff.” The exec continues, “Other times, […]

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5 Humbling Life Lessons I Am Learning Living In Costa Rica

I packed my shit up and I left. Just like that. It didn’t take much planning. I booked a plane ticket and hoped on a plane, Costa Rica bound. When I arrived it hit me in the face. My big city girl’s ego was too big for the place. After 20+ years of life in Paris […]

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What Happens When Bad Companies Turn Good

When we talk about bad companies, we don’t mean bad in the sense that they did bad things. We mean bad in the sense that the company wasn’t fulfilling what it was meant to be doing. Either they were letting their employees down or missing the mark product and service wise as far as its […]

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Law School Dropout – Interview with LawKick’s Aaron George

Dropout is such a negative word. Young entrepreneurs all across the country and world are ‘dropping out’ of school, but not because they are failing.  Aaron George may have dropped out of law school, but it wasn’t to take a  job or because he couldn’t handle it. He left law school to focus on something […]

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All Alone, Surrounded By Friends

Sitting in a room with all my friends, I realize that I am so much different than they are… MY FRIENDS…the people I chose that I am going to probably be around for the rest of my life. How is it that their views on life and business can be so different than my own? […]

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3 Key Factors To Becoming a Confident Business Owner

It appears theres never been a more exciting time than now to start a business.  According to statistics up to 543,000 businesses start up every month.  Every week there is the warning that more and more jobs will be taken over by technology and companies will be finding more efficient ways of operating with less […]

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Raising Money? Think Hard Before Your Business Takes The Plunge

Raising venture financing has become commonplace among startups.  Tons of entrepreneurs takes this approach: create traction, raise money, step on the pedal to accelerate growth. But as we’ve seen in 37Signals’ bootstrapped community this isn’t the only way to build a business. Before devoting energy and resources into raising capital – and this is advice that I’ve heard from VCs themselves ...

How to build business credit separate from personal credit

Building a credit record for your small business that's separate from your personal credit is a gradual process. You can take steps to get started while the business grows

What's A Good Business To Start?

Learn the 3 criteria for choosing a good business to start.

Tips for the Entrepreneur

Congratulations, you are an entrepreneur! You have a great idea, and are ready to launch your new business. You’re not alone. This year, accordi...

MONEY: Ask M&M — Checklist for starting a business

Dear M & M: Is there any sort of a checklist to start a new business?— Jack Dear Jack: As each business is unique there are always items for your particular business idea that won’t be on any list. However, the Arizona Commerce Authority has a pretty good checklist that will accomplish most of the steps to get you off on the right start.  From conception, to starting, to operating, to growing ...

The do's and don'ts of home equity: 6 tips

Knowing how and when to use your home equity could affect your financial future. Check out the do's and don'ts now.

8 tips for creating the perfect pitch deck (from someone who’s raised M)

Creating a pitch deck is hard, especially when you’ve never done it before. If you’re a first-time entrepreneur like I was when we raised our series million first round for Bigcommerce back in 2011, then you’re probably...

Small Business Ideas for 2014 – Empowered Ezine Reviews Some of the Best Opportunities

A new guide from gives some advice for new entrepreneurs and presents some of the best small business ideas for the year ahead. (PRWeb March 27, 2014) Read the full story at

Hanging a Shingle in Detroit

An urban area filled with empty buildings and an underused labor force offers some powerful advantages but it also has its challenges.

The Art of ‘Something From Nothing’

By producing and investing in a series of successful start-ups like Expedia, Zillow and Glassdoor, Richard Barton has managed to accomplish something few others have done.

How a Bicycle Maker Saw the Light, and Found Its Balance

By getting managerial help, a company’s young founders were able to turn their focus toward innovation — including the development of a glow-in-the-dark bike.

Brothers of Invention

In Mike Judge’s wry study of start-up culture, “Silicon Valley,” the process of discovering the next big thing is authentically dull.

How to Harm Investors

Proposed crowdfunding rules by the Securities and Exchange Commission need to be thoroughly reworked.

A Wealth of Ideas

Michael Walrath, the tech and night-life mogul, had made enough money by his early 30s to settle in. But he’s not the retiring type, and he has myriad projects to prove it.

Dealing With Online Reviews: ‘You Can’t Take This Personally’

The founder of a company that helps people and businesses control their online reputations recommends acknowledging errors.

With Start-Ups, Greeks Make Recovery Their Own Business

Some Greeks have stopped waiting for those in power to put the country back on its feet.

A Side Business as a Way to Gain Financial Security

A busy working mother uses knowledge gained from years of personal finance reporting to create money planners and a new source of income.

Rejuvenated Harlem Building Becomes a Business Incubator for Biotechnology

Providing start-up lab space, Harlem Biospace is an effort to tap the scientific talent and entrepreneurial spirit of Columbia University and City College.




Set the Most Competitive Prices for Your Cleaning Business

Follow these tips for determining a price that makes you a profit without gouging your customers.

6 Common Mistakes People Make When Starting a Business

Do yourself a favor and avoid these costly pitfalls.

The Biggest Legal Mistake Entrepreneurs Make

Often entrepreneurs try to cut corners to save costs. But doing so with your legal documents, may end up costing you more down the road.

Don't Go Too Lean. On America's Main Street, Business Plans Still Work.

Don't kid yourself. For most new firms launching outside Silicon Valley, developing a startup strategy is essential.

7 Training Tips to Get Your Cleaning Service Employees on the Right Track

Get your business started on the right foot by choosing workers who are a good fit for your cleaning business and training them properly.

Start These 8 Niche Cleaning Businesses

Whether you want to start a stand-alone business or add these services to your existing cleaning company, here are eight business ideas you might want to consider in the cleaning industry.

13 Secrets for Making Your Cleaning Business a Success

Get the inside scoop from established cleaning service business owners who share their tips for building a successful cleaning business.

Mistakes to Avoid When Running Your Bar

An insider's look at the kinds of problems you may encounter--and how to overcome them--on your quest to operate a successful bar

Who You Need to Hire to Work at Your Bar

The most important aspect of a successful bar is its personnel. From manager to busboy and bartender to dishwasher, these people will have a huge effect on how smoothly your operation runs.

Fewer Americans Are Launching Businesses. Here's the Silver Lining. (Infographic)

U.S. entrepreneurial activity has declined for the last three years, but the percentage of entrepreneurs who are launching businesses out of necessity has also fallen, according to a study.

Has Your Startup Earned the Right to Buy Chairs?

It may be common sense, but you should focus on what's actually important to your business, rather than aesthetics.


GOD’S SOFTWARE FOR CHILDREN - Excerpt from the book "Its Mom" Sharon P. Carson -

Our children are given to us as gifts from God. They come to us like a newly manufactured computer with no installed software.

Parents are given the responsibility of installing the right programs in their children, and the most important program they need is not Microsoft Word but rather “The word of God”.

Parents should install this program in their children and pray that it will remain saved in the hard drives of their minds and spirits and that they will have enough memory to allow it to work throughout their lives because at some point parents will have to click RUN and let their children go.