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Business success comes from a combination of vision, passion, and hard work. All three are required or your business path will be rocky. If you eliminate any one of the three, you may as well close up your business now.
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You’ve built your website, added a shopping cart and gorgeous pictures, and waited. And waited. And waited some more. Where’s all the traffic. Why haven’t they found you? Regardless of how beautiful or efficient website you may have, there’s simply no way around it. The internet is not a place where “if you build it, […]Read The Rest of the Story
As more people lose jobs or income, more and more scams–or less than honest opportunities– are appearing on the internet. As a professional writer, who personally knows a lot of other writers, let me say that you should NEVER believe everything you read. As someone once said, “Don’t believe most of what you read, and only […]Read The Rest of the Story
When I talk at various small business events or tell others what I do, people are curious about how to make money working from home with a computer. They seem to think that anyone can start a business for no money and little time. That vision is a myth. The reality is that it takes […]Read The Rest of the Story
One of the best things that you can do with your website is to develop your content around keywords and phrases that are generic gifts such as “Flagstaff Gift Baskets.” “But my competition is doing the very same thing,” you may say. That’s true, but that shouldn’t stop you. Just take it a step further […]Read The Rest of the Story
Remember that money doesn’t bring happiness. People with ten million dollars are no happier than those with nine million. Irving R. Levine Irving R. Levine was a financial reporter. That statement was tongue in cheek but when it came to money and finances, he was right on target. Money can make the difference between […]Read The Rest of the Story
We’ve all been there. You’ve decided to expand your business to the internet which means you’ve got to ship those packages. As the price of gas has climbed over the past several years, carriers have more than doubled their surcharges. And the change from actual weight to dimensional weight has made the shipping charges skyrocket […]Read The Rest of the Story
Ken Blanchard, author of “The One Minute Manager and other business books,” told the story about the little boy who really wanted to beat his grandmother at Monopoly. He studied. He practiced. He learned. Until one day, he beat her at the game and told her, “Finally! I beat you.” She smiled as she picked […]Read The Rest of the Story
This was posted on a bulletin board that I frequent and should be of interest: This one is pretty slick since they provide YOU with all the information, except the one piece they want. Note, the callers do not ask for your card number; they already have it. This information is worth reading. By understanding […]Read The Rest of the Story
I don’t know who wrote this as there was no credit given when I first read and saved it back in 2004. But it’s a fun list of “One Second Lessons for Both Life and Business: Don’t name a pig you plan to eat. Life is not about how fast you run, or how high […]Read The Rest of the Story
Here is a “One Minute Wisdom” piece of advice from American industrialist Henry Ford. A Market is never saturated with a good product, but it is very quickly saturated with a bad one!” This little bit of wisdom has been forgotten as greed has overtaken and passed intregrity in just about every industry in the world, […]Read The Rest of the Story