Terrible Employees Make Exceptional Entrepreneurs

I once dreamed of climbing the corporate ladder. The idea of going to college for 7-10 years to earn a 6 figure salary greatly appealed to me. I thought all those years of learning, working tirelessly, and fighting my way to the top would make me into a smart, savvy, cutthroat asset for a firm. The vision held strong until I became an employee. For years...

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Your Business Will Never Be Perfect Until You Screw It Up

Are you working or are you waiting? You have the burning desire to take the leap and change your life. You want to be an entrepreneur. You want your own business and you want to work on your terms. The moment you’re ready to get started, you look around at the competition and you realize you have a lot more planning to do. Finally, you get your...

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25 Quotes to Change Your Life

When life hits, it hits hard. Whether in the form of tragedy or epiphany, the message remains the same. If you want to live a life you design for yourself, then change must come. If you want your business to thrive, it’s time for a change. If you want to break down doors that have always been closed to you, then you need to make some adjustments...

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11 Signs That You Should Quit Your Job

How long have you been grunting, “I hate my job” in complete frustration, scouring the web at night for an alternative option? You’re just trying to find a way to start making money elsewhere; like online or starting a local business. Unfortunately, with all the resources available to you online, the internet doesn’t seem to be...

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How to Be More Creative in Life And Business

Creativity is more than tangible art. It’s in the way you think, your approach to business, and the way you interact with people. Creativity needs to be fostered and taken care of. That’s the reason why my house is the perfect place for a creative junky to get inspired. I’ve got mind maps in the kitchen, podcasts always playing on the...

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Stability is in Entrepreneurship, Not in the Workplace

It’s hard giving up a job to start your own business. The idea of leaving behind something stable – something you can count on, for something so intagible is a hard bite to swallor. We’ve gotten so comfortable working for someone else that we’ve  believe the only way to guarantee our success is to put it in the hands of someone...

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