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A question often asked of entrepreneurs is How big is your market? Whether you are trying to raise capital through equity investment, or building a business plan and sales strategy for an already established company, this question is one of the most important you can ask yourself
Here's a novel idea guys. Why spend your money on leadership training and development trenches, where it will be some really cool down?
Are you a leader or a follower? In fact, are you happy as a follower or do you hanker after being a leader? So far, the result of all this thinking about what produces the best kinds of leaders seemed
It's not a car, it's not a scooter, but it just might change the way you drive -- the Lit Motors story.
Paul Orberon's career shows a true story of success through network marketing and a lot of hard work. By working his way to the top to achieve success and financial stability, Orberson�
What does it mean to be a hero in your life? Everyone has their personal stand for what they believe makes a hero. No matter what our personal definition of “hero” is, we all have the opportunity to b
Mr. Gary Wandschneider is as of now the External Vice President or EVP of operations at Hostess. Hostess is a snack food maker that has been widely known for its delicious line of snack foods like Din
Ryan Allis, founder of iContact, produced a 1,248 slide PowerPoint deck of his learning from life and business. That's a lot of slides to go through -- but we did it, just to give you the gems.
The first step for anyone starting a company is to focus on a market niche that has growth potential. One entrepreneur has combined several into one: an aging population, an increase in wealth and disposable income, and a societal desire for travel and mobility.