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People Who Quit Their Jobs and Made Millions: Shep and Ian Murray, Vineyard Vines

Michelle Fox from CNBC went and researched those people like you and me who had regular jobs but one day decided to go on their own journey and became tremendously successful. Like she said in her post, success is by no means guaranteed, but for the lucky ones the decision to say “I quit” has … Continue reading

Chris Paul set to buy Avril Lavigne’s $8.5 million mansion

It’s no big secret that athletes and musicians travel in the same circles and lead fairly similar lives. They also make similar salaries, at least at the highest levels, and can therefore afford similar luxuries. For instance, when one sells a home worth around $8.5 million, another will probably pop up to buy it. Whether … Continue reading

Four Tips When You’re Ready To Sell Your Business

For a number of small business owners who may be ready to sell their companies, the past few years have been a time to cut unnecessary expenses, make ends meet and to patiently wait for the market to rebound. There simply was no use in trying to sell the business when company revenues and profits … Continue reading

The 4 Bad Habits that Are Making You Sick

What happens when you don’t sleep enough, skip breakfast, don’t exercise, or hold grudges? Find out how these behaviors are harming your health. What happens when I only sleep five hours? The inside story: No one knows for sure why sleep is necessary, but there’s no doubt that getting too little throws a wrench into … Continue reading

Top 10 Business Plan Mistakes

It’s been nearly seven years since Tim Berry posted Top 10 Business Plan Mistakes on this site. Looking back and reading the post again today, I think the list holds up very well. Here is the revised version for 2012, incorporating what he wrote back then that still holds true. 1. Misunderstanding the purpose: It’s the planning … Continue reading

7 Entrepreneurs Whose Perseverance Will Inspire You

Everyone knows that perseverance is important. You’ve probably heard the quote “If at first you don’t succeed, try again” or seen the commercial that talks about falling down 7 times and standing up 8. The lesson, of course, is that few people achieve anything great without first overcoming a few obstacles.Preaching about the importance of perseverance is … Continue reading

What’s an Entrepreneur? The Best Answer Ever from Eric Schurenberg

As an entrepreneur, you surely have an elevator pitch, the pithy 15-second synopsis of what your company does and why, and you can all but repeat it in your sleep. But until recently, I’d never seen a good elevator pitch for entrepreneurship itself—that is, what you do that all entrepreneurs do? Now I’ve seen it, … Continue reading

Sam Walton Inspiring Biography: Founder of Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club

“Celebrate your success and find humor in your failures. Don’t take yourself so seriously. Loosen up and everyone around you will loosen up. Have fun and always show enthusiasm. When all else fails, put on a costume and sing a silly song.” Sam Walton was born on 29th March 1918 inOklahoma,USA. His parents lived on … Continue reading

Kwame Nkrumah — The Real Black Star

Kwame Nkrumah — The real black star Born in 1909, Kwame Nkrumah was the leader of Pan Africanist in the 20th Century. It all started in the little village on Nkroful,Ghana. The brilliant young man went on to study in the most prominent Ghanaian high school then Achimota School. Five years after his graduation from … Continue reading

Success of a Man of Humble Origins

A remarkable history of Soichiro Honda, the great visionary and man of humble origins. His life was devoted in self-improvement and his continuous struggles to achieve success. This Life history is the true essence of Mr Honda and enforces the meaning of” The Power of Dreams”. Thank you Mr Honda for enriching our lives with … Continue reading


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