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Back from L.A., Looking for Mentors

We returned from our KABC radio seminar in L.A. with moderator Al Rantel with renewed excitement. We were hoping 120 people would turn out and it was standing room only… more like 160 people showed. It was a two-hour jamboree of taking important questions from the entrepreneurs in the room (about half wanting to start [...]

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Thank God for Entrepreneurs

It happens to me every day. Actually, it happens all day long. My life is impacted by an entrepreneur. Not only because I am a part of the StartupNation team and get to interact with entrepreneurs and people who are still working at their careers and dreaming about starting their own business. That is, of [...]

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Are You Ready For A Real Office?

Excuse me for forgetting where I read about this but my son was home sick with 103 fever, my dog has a bladder infection (don’t even ask about the carpet in my office), and my family obviously thinks working at home means I have all the time in the world to chat. What I remembered [...]

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Midterms

My Intro to Buddhism midterm was a few weeks ago, and this week I have my American Business History midterm. No, I’m not buried in Fluid Mechanics equations, but I’m no less stressed juggling the demands of a growing business and the demands of my professors. When your new business is making money, you’ll begin [...]

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Podcasting can launch your business

I am a podcast-aholic. I walk around all day long with white ear buds and long white dangling cords connected to my ipod. I am definitely suffering from an addiction to … FANTASTIC AUDIO CONTENT. Oh sure, I listen to a little bit of music, but I’ve been taking my ipod to bed with me [...]

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