Culture of Capitalism

The Commonalities of Hunting a Terrorist and Running a Business

I just finished reading a fantastic book The Mission, The Men, and Me by Pete Blaber, former Delta Force Commander. For all you entrepreneurs out there, this is a must read. Throughout the book, Pete Blaber reveals some of his high-profile missions, which included the …

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7 Ways to Prepare Your Business for the Coming Recession

The Dow is crashing and oil’s price is collapsing; emerging economies are no longer ‘emerging’ and small-caps, the best barometer of disposable income and risk tolerance, are in a full-blown bear market. It’s here. The recession that market forecasters have been anticipating for a couple …

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Boardroom Jargon – Learning the Language of Business

Walking into a boardroom to pitch your business to potential funders for the first time can be an intimidating thing. On top of that, if you don’t have much experience negotiating deals in a boardroom setting, it can feel like being in a foreign country …

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Why Business Partnerships Fail

If you want to increase your chances of successfully building a startup into a money making machine, my advice is to surround yourself with awesome people – never go at it alone. Learn to delegate, seek counsel, and if you can, find an ambitious business …

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The Irony of Obama’s Proposed Minimum Wage Increase

The Congressional Budget Office has released a new report that estimates a loss of 500,000 jobs from the economy if President Obama and Congressional Democrats push through and pass a bill to increase the minimum wage to $10.10. The Congressional Budget Office, also known as …

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How to Get Your Product Selling in Major Retail Stores – According to Millionaire Expert

[dropcap style=”style1, style2, style3, or style4″]I[/dropcap] had a meeting yesterday with a multi-millionaire entrepreneur who made his fortune creating products for retail sale. His new passion, and the reason for our meeting, is a startup nutraceutical company looking to go public, after it raises about $4 …

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Living and Dying by the US Constitution

[dropcap style=”style1, style2, style3, or style4″]W[/dropcap]hen everything seems to clash, and politicians back one side of the argument or the other, we have a document that defines our community, settles our differences, and reconciles our values. It binds our governing philosophy of democracy, our economic …

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Entrepreneurial Blackjack

[dropcap style=”style1, style2, style3, or style4″]E[/dropcap]very gambler knows, when playing at the casino, sooner or later the house always wins… or so we are told. By using his invaluable entrepreneurial skills, Don Johnson, a professional gambler, won $15 million in Atlantic City in a single …

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