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Don’t Expose Your Assets!

There you are. You just finished reading Rich and Jeff Sloan’s book and you are fired up! You have an idea that you are certain will make make the invention of those small yellow sticky notes look like small potatoes. Not only that, but you are so proud of yourself, because you have done exhaustive [...]

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Green As Cyclical…Is It All A Fad?

Thanks for the great response and feedback to my last post, I’ve got a queue of businesses I’ll be profiling over the next few months and will report on findings in coming posts … Social entrepreneurism is a business model that is marketed squarely under the “green” banner. The more I dive into this topic, [...]

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What Indiana Jones can teach you about running your business

After a nearly two-decade hiatus, Indiana Jones is back in a new adventure that is ripping through box offices across the world. Ever since Raiders of the Lost Ark captured the world’s imagination in 1981, philosophers, professors and college students alike have tried to decipher Indy’s iconic image. They say, “Look, we know this is [...]

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Making Yourself Vulnerable Can Be Profitable

As a new startup company, every day and every action item is intense. As entrepreneurs we often act in a fashion that is bold and confident with a “take no prisoners” or “damn the torpedoes” attitude. It’s what often allows us to power through challenges that would just be too daunting if we actually took [...]

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Homage to Romeo

Sadly, Romeo, one of our beloved dogs has passed away. It was time. He was twelve. But it’s never time, is it? We’re sorely missing him today. He’s not laying across our feet, wagging his tail at the door, bopping around outside with an overzised ball in his mouth. Romeo had a special “spirit” connection [...]

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