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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
In this third excerpt from the newly updated Endless Referrals: Network Your Everyday Contacts Into Sales, Bob Burg shares some shining real-world examples of The Law of Successful Giving and Successful Receiving in action.
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.