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How Does An 18-Year-Old Become An Academic Publisher To Build A 70 Person Business with Bassim Hamadeh

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What does it take to become an entrepreneur at 18? 18, is a magic number for many. It is the sweet moment of becoming a legal adult. For Bassim Hamadeh, 18 was about becoming CEO of his academic publishing business. While others were only complaining about an inefficient […]

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How To Build A Business And Sell It For $20 Million with Nellie Akalp

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What does it take to become a successful serial entrepreneur? Nellie Akalp is a serial entrepreneur.  Nellie started MyCorporation in 1997, a business that helps entrepreneurs start a business. By 2005 her business had a gross revenue of $1 million in sales a month.  MyCorporation was sold […]

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How To Make More Than $10 Million With Voices – David Ciccarelli CEO of Voices.com

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What does it take to build a $10 million business? David Ciccarelli is the co-founder of Voices.com which is the online marketplace that connects business people with professional voice over talent. Listen to this interview to learn how you: Buy a premier domain name such as voices.com […]

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Underachiever to $50 Million Business – An Interview with Stellcom CEO Mark Fackler

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What does it take to build a $50 million business? How do you go from being an underachiever to the CEO of a company with $50 million in revenue? Mark Fackler, the founder and CEO of Stellcom, started out as an underachiever yet managed to build a […]

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How To Ditch Fortune 500 To Build Your Own Startup – with Chris Mack CEO of Spokal

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What does it take to build an inbound marketing platform? Chris Mack is the CEO of Spokal, an inbound marketing platform for WordPress. Spokal helps small businesses market themselves without having to learn online marketing. Chris spent 10 years automating manual processes with technology for Fortune 500s, […]

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Why Some Businesses Fail While Others Succeed

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“It’s not the plan that is important, it’s the planning.” Dr Graeme Edwards There are over 28 million small businesses in the United States, according to the SBA. It’s an impressive number. The sad reality is that only about 50% of them survive. What’s worse is that […]

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How To Buy $1 Million Dollar Domain Name For Peanuts

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A great domain name is a competitive advantage. Yes, it’s true that a super domain name doesn’t guarantee success. It’s also true that a sucky one could hunt you forever. Wantrepreneurs whine that all the good domains are gone. Entrepreneurs find great domains and find ways to […]

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Make $100,000 In Your 1st 3-Months In Business – with Ben Hebert Co-Founder Of Natural Stacks

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How do you make $100,000 in your first 3-months in business? Ben Hebert is a serial entrepreneur. In the following interview Ben Hebert shares how he is building Natural Stacks. Natural Stacks is an open-source dietary supplement company. Ben is also the founder of WhiteRaverRafting (WRR), an […]

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What Should Entrepreneurs Focus On During Their First Year In Business

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The most crucial time in the life of a business is the first year. If you can’t survive your first 12-months in business, it’s all over. What you spend your time on during the first one year could be the difference between success and failure. I have […]

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What Does It Take To Build Two Location Independent Startups – with Libby Tucker

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Have you ever wondered what it would take to build a location independent business? Libby Tucker is building not one but two location independent businesses.  Libby is the Founder CEO of Beer2Buds and PromoBomb. Beer2Buds is a marketplace where friends can send beer to friends anywhere. PromoBomb is […]

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