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You should be building a Brand

As an entrepreneur, you want to build your business for the long haul. Something that you can build on and expand in any direction you would like to go. Maybe you want to sell cars and be able get into the clothing industry . Selling cars and a clothing line are two very different subjects but, you want to make …

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Making a long-term plan for your business

  So, you have this great idea for a business and you have thought about it non-stop for a while now. You feel like you’re ready to execute and get to work. But, have you thought about your long-term goal? So many entrepreneurs have short term goals or not really goals at all when they start out. Maybe they want …

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Taking the path less Traveled

In life, we have choices. We have the choice to go to college, get a job, and save the rest of our career for retirement. When retirement does come around and if you have saved enough the past 20 to 30 years, you then will have the freedom to go the places you want, when you want. This is the …

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Two key Marketing strategies for any Business

One of the most important aspects of your business that you will need to learn as an entrepreneur is marketing. How much and what kind of marketing all depends on what niche you are trying to go after. With that said there are a couple of types of marketing that work across the board for everyone, no matter what kind …

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Following the Masses

You’ve heard the expression, “following the masses” but, what exactly do people mean when they say it? It can be used to explain someone who is just following the crowed to fit in. Someone who is not wanting to stand out and be themselves. Why is standing out and being yourself good at times? For starters it makes you, a …

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An Entrepreneur’s “End Game”

When creating your business, what was the first thing you did? Look at business models like yours? Create a logo or find a fantastic location for your store front? Maybe you hit the ground running and never looked back. Whatever your approach was, I am sure at one point or another you thought about what your “end game” for your …