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It (Social Network) Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing (Location)
Jul10

It (Social Network) Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing (Location)

OK, it’s a bit of an oversimplification, but only a little – you can sum up all social network activity as an attempt to answer two questions: “Where are you?” and “What are you doing?” Connecting, sharing, yadda yadda…

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Founder Tracey Wiedmeyer On The Dangers Of Complacency & Why Cash Is Always King
Mar04

Founder Tracey Wiedmeyer On The Dangers Of Complacency & Why Cash Is Always King

My heroes in life are my parents, not because they taught me how to be an entrepreneur or businessman, but because they taught me a work ethic that has allowed me to out-compete most anyone. Growing up in a proud middle class household where everything was earned has made me understand that it’s not where…

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From Dejection To Well Bee-ing: Interview With BUZZworthy Entrepreneur Paul Southern
Feb28

From Dejection To Well Bee-ing: Interview With BUZZworthy Entrepreneur Paul Southern

What’s the next step for a Global IT Manager after finishing an 11-year stint at a major oil company? Selling bee products if you’re Paul Southern and have a medical history that has led you to discovering the health benefits of Royal Jelly. Sourced from a Bulgarian bee farm over a century old, the…

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Scripted.com Takes Care Of The Hustle For Founders AND Writers
Jan30

Scripted.com Takes Care Of The Hustle For Founders AND Writers

People ask me all the time for tips on how to make your living as a blogger. While there are plenty of things I can tell them that are specific to my situation, the number one tip for people who want to make their living writing online is this: You better be ready to hustle. “Hustle,” in this case, means…

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[Startup People] Kris Collo – One Of The Top Young Executives In Washington
Jan10

[Startup People] Kris Collo – One Of The Top Young Executives In Washington

An entrepreneur at an early age, Kris Collo launched MicroPact using two personal credit cards and $15,000 of his own money when he was just 21 years old. Since starting the company, Kris has created hundreds of jobs and established himself as one of the top young executives in Washington. Today, MicroPact…

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