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3 Secrets for Growing From $1 Million to $100 Million in 3.5 Years

Do you seriously want to be successful? If so, how fast and how much revenue do you need to get there? One of the smartest ways to become successful is to apply your greatest strength to a market that is small now but will become huge in three years; build a great team, as well, so you can hit $100 million …

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5 Social Networks For Students To Get Academic Help

With the growing use of social networking sites like Facebook and twitter, the methodology of education for students is finding newandimproved ways. Students are getting more prone to the commodities these platforms offer. Therefore this advancement in social networking platforms is providing students with much better options to engage with their contemporaries, enhance their skills and access a wide variety …

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Think You’re Too Old to Be An Entrepreneur? Think Again!

If Hollywood wants to portray an entrepreneur in a movie, then he — and it’s usually a he – is in his early 20s, may or may not have a college degree, is probably wearing blue jeans and a hoodie, and is a bit unkempt, with messy hair and facial hair. That stereotype may appeal to our interest in a …

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5 Simple Ways to Express Gratitude Every Day

Science tells us that grateful people are typically happier people. Being grateful makes us more optimistic and reduces negativity — and that’s a huge reason to make acts of gratitude a daily habit. Try to think about what you’re thankful for at least once a day. If you begin to prioritize gratitude and recognize the things you appreciate most, eventually it will become …

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7 Ways to Avoid Distractions and Stay Focused

Sometimes it seems that for as many hours there are in the day, there are three times as many interruptions that take you away from work that needs to get done.  So what can you do to get a little more clarity and get rid of those distractions? Give some of these suggestions a try. 1. Turn off the background …

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5 Secrets to Building a Business — With Heart

Many companies today are proving that there is more to business success than just the bottom line. The concept of conscious business isn’t new. Many attribute the movement’s beginnings to 1976 when British entrepreneur Anita Roddick started cosmetics company The Body Shop, but the trend toward focusing on awareness, social responsibility, and environmental sustainability is continually growing. One of the …

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What’s the Smarter Move, Start My Business or Stay in School?

For a majority of college students, there’s a serious problem – student loans. In fact, the Class of 2014 was the most indebted graduating class ever. Sadly, the Class of 2015 will most likely take that honor next spring. So, wouldn’t it just make more sense to get out while you can and start a your own business? After all, Bill Gates, …

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50 Tips for Starting Your Own Company

Starting your own business isn’t for the faint of heart. It’s stressful and pretty much demands your complete focus. On the plus side, it can also be a fulfilling experience professionally and personally. Here are 50 tips on how to make your business come to life: 1. Do a self-inventory. Not everyone has what it takes to start a company. …

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Why Do Projects Fail?

We can probably all think of projects that have “failed” – perhaps processes got worse rather than better, maybe they were cancelled because of cost overruns, or perhaps systems were launched with fundamental errors. How do you know when – and why – a project has failed? In many cases, the reason for failure is obvious. However, the definition of …

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The Educator’s Guide To Competency-Based Learning

A report from The National Center for Education Statistics found that thirty-eight percent  of those enrolled in higher education are over the age of 25 and one-fourth are over the  age of 30. The share of all students who are over age 25 is projected to increase  another twenty-three percent by 2019. These findings demonstrate a significant shift in  the …

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