Monthly Archives: August 2010

Three Irrefutible Laws of Entrepreneurship


“This article was originally published in The National Networker Newsletter (http://www.TheNationalNetworker.com), and is reprinted with permission. This article may not be reproduced in whole or part without including the name of this author and an acknowledgement of the fact the … Continue reading

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The Price of Leadership is Dear


What Price Leadership? That is a question many have faced, some have mastered, but few have paid the ultimate to master. President Lincoln paid the ultimate price, and proved to be not only a tremendous leader, he did it under the … Continue reading

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Get Out of Your Own Head


Today’s entrepreneur is all about getting their share of the market to which they serve.  To be the best, top dog, leader of the pack.  So you want to be the best at what you do?  Then get out of … Continue reading

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Coop Marketing and Its Challenges/Opportunities


I learn from my mistakes; I’ve made most if not all of them as an entrepreneur. Why not learn from mine or someone else’s rather than your own. I call it Scar Tissue. Continue reading

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Welcome to WordPress.com. I hope you find my information and viewpoint poingnant, useful and timely.  As a Serial Entrepreneur, I have tghe Scar Tissue to prove I have seen it, been there and done it.  Although I haven’t experienced every … Continue reading

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