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Scalability

We’ve talked before about the need to build your company out so that you’re doing more earning, and less working. One of the most important factors to consider when choosing a business venture that will quickly get you where you want to be is the notion of scalability. Originally an electronics term, scalability is the capacity […]
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Think Outside The Box? Get Rid of The Box Entirely!

It’s been a while since I’ve started a post with this, so here’s one for nostalgia’s sake. There’s an old saying that goes “think outside the box.” You’ll hear this one a lot in life. Work, school, social interactions, this particular phrase pops up literally everywhere. I’m sure I’ve even said it on this blog […]
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An Honest Assessment

It’s no hardship to say something like “it is important to be honest when dealing with your customers and clients.” That’s not a controversial statement because it is, of course, quite true – other than shady businesses that deal in deception, like card sharks or Wall Street bankers, most of the best business opportunities arise […]
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This Is No Time To Count On Wages

It won’t surprise anybody to hear that the recent recession caused average wages in the United States, Canada, and around the world to take a beating. Workers everywhere have been suffering through a period of what economists optimistically call “wage adjustment,” with wages stationary or even decreasing almost across the board. With unemployment still elevated […]
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Black Friday: Why It’s Good For All Businesses

For all of our American friends, let me start off by saying a belated happy Thanksgiving to you all! Thanksgiving being yesterday means today is one of the most important days for retailers in the US (and now in Canada), Black Friday. Traditionally the busiest shopping day of the year in the US, today is […]
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7 Ways to Increase Traffic to your Website

Once you’ve gotten past the start-up phase of your online network marketing venture, you should experience a kind of settling-in period, where statistics can be monitored to determine the volume of traffic visiting your website. If you’re unsatisfied with those numbers, don’t be alarmed – it’s very common initially to experience such sluggish traffic. That […]
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Don’t Work – Build

You might think  you’re getting into business for yourself to pursue your dreams. Finally, you think, you’ll be doing what you love and working for yourself, and you’ll be happy. You might even be right. Unfortunately, odds are good that you’re not. Even if you’re getting into a business that you’re passionate about – which […]
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Connecting Your Work With Your Reward

Picture this: you’re at your job, working on a typical day’s work. Your boss comes over and says that something major has happened, and the company needs you to take on an extra task. What do you say? There isn’t much opportunity for you to say no – in a very real sense, your job […]
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You ARE Self-Employed

You’ve probably noticed that we’re big on self-employment around these parts. We know from experience that there is no surer or swifter path to true financial security and independence than securing your own Personal Independent Income, and we’re passionate about sharing that freedom and security with the world at large. However, it is perfectly natural […]
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Increasing Your Yield

Any retirement professional can tell you that you need to invest your earnings in order to retire in comfort. They might tell you to look at bonds – debt issued by corporations or municipalities – and shares of stock, which are pieces of individual companies that entitle you to a portion of the profits (known […]
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