The topic of the post is…
“How To Get Started”!
We are in an ideal situation for starting a business! Never has the internet been more opportunistic for the entrepreneur to get started on becoming financially independent!Never have we had the level of expertise and training to help people get started in becoming entrepreneurs as we have right now! Never have we had the level of knowledge and know how to help you from individuals like myself who have been there, been successful, and are building new streams of income. Never have we had knowledge of marketing systems that are affordable and successful!
The only thing that is lacking is the decisions for individuals to move ahead now. The thing now is to get started…give me a call…contact me via e-mail…let’s get started now.
BY Matt Villano | May 28, 2013
Starting a business can be exhausting, exciting and exhilarating-all at the same time. This is precisely why it’s refreshing to hear words of encouragement from those who have done it before-and succeeded. We spoke with entrepreneurs we admire to cull the single best bit of startup advice they could muster-and the experiences that led to it. They’re simple mottoes, to be sure, but their impact can be tremendous.
“Don’t think, do.”
So said a stranger to Jeff Curran, founder and CEO of Curran Catalog, a high-end home furnishings company in Seattle, more than 20 years ago.
The Weekend Entrepreneur
BY Michelle Anton and Jennifer Basye Sander | March 1, 2006
So you want to start a business, but don’t think you have the time? Think again. All you need to get started on the path toward your dream business are inspiration and determination… and maybe a few extra hours a week. Meet three entrepreneurs who used their off hours to launch and grow successful businesses-and get some tips on the dos and don’ts of starting a weekend business of your own.
Read more: http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/83614#ixzz2ZRWnGMM5
5 Tips for Startup Success
Follow this advice to improve the odds of success when you start your home business.
BY Lesley Spencer Pyle | June 29, 2010
You have the perfect home business idea. You can’t believe no one has thought of it before. Or, if someone has, he or she doesn’t have your vision, skills or passion. You are convinced this new business is the key to your successful future.
Now what? The best way to improve your odds of success is to move slowly and carefully in starting a business. Do so, and you can join the 70 percent of businesses that succeed in their first two years, according to the SBA
On Thursday, President Barack Obama said of his health care law: “Despite all the evidence that the law is working the way it’s supposed to,” there are critics out there. He says they must be doing it for purely political reasons. That sound you hear is the fire alarm going off in the White House.