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Lachy Groom: A Serial Entrepreneurial at 15

Lachy Groom: A Serial Entrepreneurial at 15

Lachy Groom is not your typical teenager. Yes, he goes to school, play sports and do normal teenager stuff. But unlike other teens, this 15-year-old native of Perth, Australia already has several businesses under his belt — all of which are doing quite well.

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Balancing Work and Family: 25 Tips for Home Business Moms

| May 26, 2010 | 1 Comment
Balancing Work and Family: 25 Tips for Home Business Moms

As work at home moms, our biggest challenge is finding the right balance between work and our families. Juggling the demands of our home-based businesses and raising our kids is tough, and many are finding it hard to juggle these two competing priorities. Learn 25 strategies on how to juggle our businesses and raising kids at the same time.

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10 Entrepreneurial Strategies for Success

| May 18, 2010 | 2 Comments
10 Entrepreneurial Strategies for Success

From the book “The Risk Takers,” learn the common traits that bind successful entrepreneurs. These shared traits are not merely a coincidence; they are the keys to their success. Use these 10 strategies in your business to achieve success.

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6 Strategies to Overcome Adversity

| May 13, 2010 | 1 Comment
6 Strategies to Overcome Adversity

Even though there is talk that things are turning around, 2010 is going to be tough for many. Learn how 10 extraordinary people overcame great adversity in their personal or professional lives by applying winning strategies that guided them out of the darkness of near-defeat and into the light of success.

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Angie Hicks: Success in Consumer Reviews with Angie’s List

Angie Hicks: Success in Consumer Reviews with Angie’s List

Angie Hicks co-founded the highly successful members-only consumer review site Angie’s List. Learn how Angie started the business and how she has driven it to success.

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Annie Haven: Success in Selling Cow Manure on the Web

Annie Haven: Success in Selling Cow Manure on the Web

Ever thought you can sell cow’s manure on the Web and profit from it? Annie Haven is doing it, and doing it well.

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How to Start an Online Business from Home

| April 27, 2010 | 4 Comments
How to Start an Online Business from Home

If you are one of those potential entrepreneurs looking to start a business on the Web, below are the important questions you need to consider.

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What Inspired You to Start a Business?

| April 22, 2010 | 1 Comment
What Inspired You to Start a Business?

The inspiration to start a business can come from a variety of sources. For most people, the idea to start their business comes after seeing a problem that they want to address. They then look for the root cause of the problem, and identify how the problem can be solved – which then serves as the basis of their business. Learn how some women entrepreneurs found the inspiration to start their businesses.

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Lifestyle Entrepreneurship: Making a Living Out of Your Passions

| April 13, 2010 | 6 Comments
Lifestyle Entrepreneurship: Making a Living Out of Your Passions

Some people are content to live humdrum existence, oftentimes trapped in the lives they have to live doing the work they have to do. However, some people are taking a hold of their lives and are deciding that enough is enough: they are pursuing their passions. What’s more, many of these folks are actually making a living out of what they love most. These are the lifestyle entrepreneurs.

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CurbsideCupcakes.com: Success in Using Social Media

| March 31, 2010 | 7 Comments
CurbsideCupcakes.com: Success in Using Social Media

Some businesses “get” social media, but many still don’t. But for those who understand how to use social media for their marketing, the results can be quite impressive. One home business that gets social media is CurbsideCupcakes.com, a mobile vendor of gourmet cupcakes in the Washington D.C. area. Learn how CurbsideCupcakes.com is growing their business through one tweet and one Facebook friend at a time.

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