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What’s so special about craigslist?

I just don’t get it. I can’t figure out why people love craigslist. They obviously do. It’s one of the most popular sites on the web. I understand that it’s unique in its simplicity. I see that it helps connect people in a Web 2.0 kind of way. I’ve known about craigslist for years and [...]

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Help a fellow entrepreneur!

We recently recieved a call for help (via our "Contact Us" button) from a fellow entrepreneur named Jim. Here’s what he wrote: message: Jeff/Rich: So, do I just let it fold? I started my passion play 18 months ago that I’ve been thinking about for 3-4 years. Wireless Tech Radio is a one hour per [...]

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Entrepreneurship and Giving

I’m skipping classes this week. I even missed an assignment. And its especially bad because during spring semester, everything moves twice as fast. But… I’m in London for a Charisma Sciences seminar we’re holding here, and I’m having a blast! We’re booked at a pretty hip hotel – last night we hung out with Moby [...]

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Being frank about franchising

We’d like to answer a question recently asked of us by one of our community members. How do I identify responsive and fair franchises? -Bill If you’re determined to open a franchise, we recommend that you do two very important things: Go into other locations of the franchise and look around. See how customers are [...]

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Entrepreneurship pays off! But what kind?

We need no convincing–living the life of an entrepeneur is incredibly exciting and gratifying. Recent bloggers agree: I started my own business because I was topped out in my area of expertise AND not pursuing my passion. I realized that the things I did as a volunteer in my spare time could be turned into [...]

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