3 Most Important Tips for Entrepreneurs

Out Learn the Competition: We live in the age of information. You will be hard pressed to NOT be able to find anything and everything you need to know online. Google, YouTube, Wikipedia, audio books, physical books, magazines, articles, etc. If you’re familiar with the hit HBO show Entourage, Ari a lead character who plays a …

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Post-Interview Diagnosis

There's the online job listing. There's the 'About Us' web page. There are sites such as Glassdoor and Wikipedia. And if you're really lucky, there's an inside employee contact. These generally make up a job seeker's sources of information of what it would actually be like to work at the company. Most of the time it just seems like far too …

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Rich & Poor DON’T Network the Same

          Over the years I feel I have observed a general but consistent difference in how the Poor vs. Rich network. What I've primarily observed is the difference in mindset in regards to the concept 'birds of a feather'. Poor network with those of similar commonalities; hobbies, upbringing, general likes. Rich network with those of …

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Apprenticeship vs Mentorship

Lately it’s come to my attention that there is little conversation round the difference between Apprenticeship vs Mentorship and why the differentiation is even valuable to know as young professional, especially the avid networker. Apprenticeship Appreciating the Craft and the Person to the extent at which you want to be tutored by them. The angle …

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