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Not everyone hitting retirement has to be frugal. Here’s a list of top retirement places when money is no object.
Glenn Llopis, Contributor
How many times have you been in a meeting and someone says to you, “That’s a great idea, you should take the initiative and make it a reality.”
Dan Schawbel, Contributor
Chris Guillebeau is a writer, entrepreneur, and traveler. His latest book, The $100 Startup: Reinvent the Way You Make a Living, Do What You Love, and Create a New Future, is now a New York Times bestseller. During a lifetime of self-employment and ventures ranging from online publishing to volunteer work in West Africa, he has visited nearly every country on earth before the age of 35.
Peter Ferrara, Contributor
The biggest political problem faced by so-called “liberals” and so-called “progressives” in President Obama’s second term is how to prevent voters from holding them politically responsible as the public comes to realize how badly they were lied to during the first Obama term to win passage of Obamacare.
BY GREGG SCHWARTZ | FROM YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR
Naturally, many young entrepreneurs are fueled by ample helpings of passion and enthusiasm. But you know what they say about too much of a good thing, right?
While zeal will serve you immensely in multiple business arenas, too much enthusiasm can, among other things, sabotage a sales meeting in a blink. Here are four reasons why excitement is the enemy of sales success — and what you can do to channel your passion in a way that leads to better results: