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Can Inexperience Be an Advantage?

I’ve found the following post on and wanted to share it with you. It’s about Richard Branson revealing the advantages of inexperience. It’s a post from by Richard Branson Editor’s Note: Entrepreneur Richard Branson regularly shares his business experience and advice with readers. What follows is the latest edited round of insightful responses. Ask him a question and your query … Continue reading

Who Are the 7 Notable People You’d Like to Have Lunch With?

The people you spend time with matters, and so are the people you have lunch with, read about and more. Now let me ask you, if you could have breakfast, lunch, or dinner with anyone, who are the 7 notable, distinguished, outstanding, prominent, remarkable, famous, noteworthy, you’d like to sit with? Make your vote from … Continue reading

A Special Thanksgiving Message from Max

Dear readers, followers, bloggers, and friends…in such a special day as Thanksgiving, I’d like to take a moment to thank you all for the support and encouragement you give everyday by checking out this blog and all the articles we constantly publish. The Act2be brand has been out there for 2 years now with ups … Continue reading

Jimmy Wales aka Wikipedia Founder

My blog covers a lot of subjects about self-improvement, relationship development advice and techniques, sales techniques, life coaching, business coaching, and biographies of entrepreneurs. I love to read about entrepreneurs and successful people and learn how they made it to the top. Today’s post is inspired by the founder of the Wikipedia website: Jimmy Wales. When it … Continue reading

The Story Behind The Home Depot Debut

Do you know the story behind the largest home improvement retailer in the United States, ahead of rival Lowe’s, and the fourth largest general retailer? If you don’t then you’re going to enjoy the following. The Home Depot was founded in 1978 by Bernie Marcus, Arthur Blank, Ron Brill, and Pat Farrah. The Home Depot’s proposition was to build home-improvement warehouses, larger … Continue reading

The 7 Top Notch Professions to Connect With to Grow Your Network

Folks, people is everything. The people you are connected to, the organizations and meetings you attend, all that matters when you have a burning desire to grow your network. In this world of challenge, competition, employment crisis, and unsecured job, it’s more than ever important for everyone, individuals and companies, to work on developing trustful … Continue reading

How to Become a Master Networker

Keith Ferrazzi made it amazing last night at the webinar on how to use your network or social capital to be successful in life. Did you know that each person in a contact network worth $948? A recent study by IBM revealed that. Isn’t that amazing? As you watch the webinar, think about the 1-2 … Continue reading

Share your latest book recommendation.

 “You are the same today as you‘ll be in five years except for two things, the books you read and the people you meet” – Charlie “Tremendous” Jones I love this quote of Charlie Jones. Reading is good for our brain. Sir Richard Steele said that reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body. Studies have shown that reading stimulates your brain, allowing … Continue reading

Build Rapport With Any New Contact Today

People Like to be around people who are like themselves, people they can learn and grow from, people with empathy and genuine interest. Charlie Cook said it right: whether you are in the elevator or on the phone, the way you start the conversation will determine whether or not it will continue. So many times we face … Continue reading

Who You Know Matters

From the title itself, you can tell reaching success has to be one way or the other linked to the verb “to know” whether it means acquiring and having the knowledge or being connected to a person of influence. When I decided launching my company at in helping people and organizations find the Expert … Continue reading


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