Author Archives: George

How To Increase Sales By Nearly $1 Billion – Business Growth Advice

This post was published on http://www.blogtrepreneur.com/ How To Increase Sales By Nearly $1 Billion – Business Growth Advice Ben Simkin is a business growth specialist who started BusinessNet which helps businesses generate leads. Ben’s company helped increase their clients’ businesses by almost $1 Billion. Instead of focusing on vanity metrics like traffic, Facebook likes, or…

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Freelance Writers: Here’s The Upside Down Business Model That Will Transform Your Side Hustle

Today’s contribution comes from James Johnson, an ex-broke shoe salesman turned side-hustler, who later became a full-time freelance writer in part due to the cool tactic he shares below. As they tend to do, James’ writing side hustle begat a new project: Freelance Writers School, where he teaches aspiring freelance writers how to get started and take…

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7 Tips For Creating Your First Office Space

by Jessica Thiefels, owner of Honest Body Fitness Wow, your first office — that’s exciting! Now comes the work of buying what you need, setting up the space, and deciding what you need and what you can get away with adding later on. As you navigate the world of being a business owner with an…

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Numerical Nurturing – 6 Steps To Prepare Yourself For A Job In Accounting

So, you want to become an accountant. However, you can’t just get a job as an accountant straight away. Working as an accountant requires advanced education, a formal certification and firm commitment to learning the relevant skills. Take heed of the following 6 steps if you’re thinking about becoming an accountant. 1. Earn the right…

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Lack of Honesty Holds Back Both Entrepreneurs & Efforts to Help Them

The quickest path to successful entrepreneurial development is to always lead with honesty first; even when it’s tough to hear.

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A Seasoned Partner to Help You Achieve Your Goals

Experience supporting hundreds of entrepreneurs in entrepreneurial ecosystems in nine countries.

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5 Reasons NOT To Start With A Non-Profit Business

A common misconception I often hear in the startup world is that non-profits are easy and safe, since they don’t have to pay taxes, and they don’t have to make a profit for their shareholders. In reality, from the feedback I get from non-profit executives, exactly the opposite is true. Technically speaking, in the United…

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How To Build A Business Around Your Passion For Travel – Interview with Carlo Cretaro

This post was published on http://www.blogtrepreneur.com/ How To Build A Business Around Your Passion For Travel – Interview with Carlo Cretaro Carlo Cretaro is the Man behind NextStopWhoKnows.com, a travel blog. His passion for travel started in 2005 when he traveled from Ireland to Las Vegas for the first time. After his journey to Las…

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Growing Up (Had To Happen Eventually)

  Here’s what the big boys (and girls) are doing – it’s one of the big meta-changes that’s happening at the very top end of the market (and fortunately or unfortunately, it’s all about growing up!) But I’m still not going to wear a suit in my videos!   The post Growing Up (Had To…

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6 Ways To Spot Innovative Thinkers For Your Startup

Entrepreneurs are usually highly creative and innovative, but many innovative people are not entrepreneurs. Since it takes a team of people to build a great company, the challenge is to find that small percentage of innovative people, and then nurture the tendency, rather than stifle it. A few years ago I read a classic book…

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