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The Sega Principles: How Far Will You Go To Close A Deal?

In 1989, Sega went to amazing lengths to sell its products through Walmart so they could compete with Nintendo. Through their actions, we can learn a thing or two about closing deals. But first, let me give you some context. Have you ever heard of the console wars? Today, the most popular video game consoles…

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Don’t Hate The Client

3 Tips for Overcoming Frustration Why did you sign up to be an online entrepreneur? I mean, besides the thousands of adoring fans, millions of dollars, and dream vacations in sunny places? Okay, I’m kidding. But seriously, take a couple of moments and think about why you began this crazy adventure in the first place….

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If I Had to Start Over

I hope there are parts of your story, as you start your entrepreneurial journey, that are different from mine. But I meet enough “rookie” business owners to know, they’re always going through at least a trace of something I experienced. I started out because I was desperate. I was unemployed, with only a few weeks…

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The Ultimate Guide to Working At Home In Your Underwear

Three No-Nonsense Productivity Tips So there I was, sitting in my underwear, feeling like a complete fool. No, this isn’t the start of some cheesy movie. It’s the result of an experiment I tried during the early days of my entrepreneurial journey, when working from home was my only option. I saw tons of Facebook…

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GUEST BLOG: How Important Is It to Build Influence When You’re Starting Out?

The Secret To Building Business Brands, Without Knowing A Soul As I grew up, I didn’t attach significance to my family’s moving habit. Even though my parents didn’t serve in the military or a diplomatic corps, we simply couldn’t sit still. My dad possessed the ability to start something from nothing. I was born in…

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7 Tips to Attract All-Star Affiliates For Your Launch

7 Tips to Attract All-Star Affiliates For Your Launch Everything’s better with friends. For example, When was the last time you went to a movie by yourself? Okay, that’s not a fair question. Few of us have been to the movie theater in a while. I need to start changing my analogies to match with…

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3 Unexpected Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read in 2021

As we settle into a new year, many business leaders make up their minds to read more. Some set goals for how many books they want to read in 2021. This is a wise idea, so here I am to suggest unexpected books you should consider for your “to-read” list. Most people recommend long and…

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It Doesn’t Have To “Look Pretty”

Honing Your Focus to Maximize Revenue I’m no MMA fighter, but I know that when two people step into the ring (or octagon) for three rounds of beating each other to a pulp, it can only end three ways: A knockout, where the competitor loses consciousness, or the referee decides a fighter can’t defend themselves…

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Introducing … Accountability!

How To Make 2021 Your Best Year Yet Happy New Year! Can you believe it’s 2021?  I certainly can. I don’t know about you, but 2020 felt long. It was crazy, but it also led to new opportunities. I’ve never seen so many people start up a dream business, or turn a hobby into a…

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The Paradox of Entrepreneurial Freedom

We’ve made it to the very last day of 2020 (finally). While it had its difficulties and uncertainty, I hope you found success and prosperity in your business this year. Or perhaps you started something new, like so many new entrepreneurs I’ve had the privilege of meeting. Either way, here’s hoping 2021 multiplies success for…

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