7 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Leaving Your Job for Entrepreneurship
You’ve been thinking about it for a long time. Letting go of your job security to pursue your dreams of becoming an entrepreneur. So how can you know for sure if you’re really ready? You want to be sure that your [..]
Purchase “The Part-Time Entrepreneur” and Get the Classic Book The Art of War for Free
Last week, out of the blue, we sent everyone who purchased our book “The Part-Time Entrepreneur”, a free e-copy or one of our favorite books The Art of War by Sun Tzu.
Many entrepreneurs and [..]
Last Chance to Get “The Part-Time Entrepreneur” for $3.99
We are happy to announce that our new book is now available on Amazon for $5.99! We really appreciate all of the kudos and comments about the book on social media. Your support means a lot to us.
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Sample Chapter: The Part-Time Entrepreneur 10 Free Pages
First of all, we’d like to thank those of you per-ordered our book “The Part-Time Entrepreneur”. We surprised you by sending you an advanced copy earlier than we promised.
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Our New Book “The Part-Time Entrepreneur” Is Launching Next Week. Here’s How to Get It For Only $3.99
Aaron Patzer, who is the founder of the hugely successful finance website Mint.com, once advised a group of Princeton University students that it may be a good idea to drop out of college, and throw yourself into your [..]
5 Most Effectively Ways Run a Part-time Business While Still Working 9 to 5
Running a business part-time can be difficult, especially when it is in its first stages. Many entrepreneurs begin their business ventures on the side while working another job, often from 9 to 5, so that whatever leisure [..]
How to Start a Blog in 15 Minutes
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably thought about starting a blog for yourself or your business. Blogs have become a tried a true way to get a message out to the world in dynamic fashion. Social [..]
Millennials Aren’t As Entrepreneurial As Once Thought. Here’s Why.
Millennials. Generation Y. Digital Natives. Generation Rent. Echo Boomers. The Me Me Me Generation. Chances are if you’ve read an article about customer engagement or entrepreneurship in the last few years, you’ll [..]