Archive | November, 2007

Risk And The Entrepreneur – 3 Ways That Risk Separates the Winners From The Rest Of The Pack

By Suzanne Muusers Life is risky. We are taught from an early age that taking a risk is dangerous and not always worth it. Raising your hand in class when you think you know the answer could pay off, or it could lead to being ostracized. Asking someone out on a date could lead to [...]

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How to Command Respect

Via Some people are always listened to. What they say matter, and everyone pays attention whenever they speak. Why is that so? There’s an air of authority about their every words and actions, which helps them in getting their point across, when others would not even be heard. In short, they are what you [...]

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15 Successful Entrepreneurs Who Didnt Need College

How many times were you told to make sure you worked hard in high school so you could go to college and get a good career job? Okay, maybe not all of you got nagged about it, but probably a good portion of today’s generation of adults did. It’s natural to wonder whether college is [...]

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Top Ten Reasons to Remain a Wage Slave

by J Timothy King Why be an entrepreneur? You know, entrepreneurship isn’t for everyone. And it isn’t as great as entrepreneurial bloggers say it is. Being an employee has some serious advantages. Here are the top ten reasons to remain a wage slave: 10. Some people actually like being employees. At least that’s the rumor. [...]

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