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    • 1.

      Baby Boomers Hot Business Startups

      by Sylvia Talo - 2007-01-05
      Get ready world, here comes the next huge wave of business start-ups that is fully expected to exceed the impact of the phenomenon! Twenty-somethings move over. Baby Boomers here we come!A sig...
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      The Five Stages of Change for Small Business Owners

      by Susan L Reid - 2007-02-12
      Change is a tricky thing. If you are someone contemplating the changes that will occur by becoming a successful small business owner, it will be helpful for you to have a bird's eye view of where you...
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      The Tortoise and the Hare Model for Successful Small Business Start Ups

      by Susan L Reid - 2007-02-17
      My mother used to affectionately refer to me as a turtle because at swim lessons, while the other kids eagerly jumped right into the pool ready to start, I stood near the edge, waiting. I wasn't afra...
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      Courage: The Anti-Drug for Small Business Start Ups

      by Susan L Reid - 2007-04-01
      Perhaps you have heard of Ambrose Hollingworth Redmoon. No? Well, I am sure you will remember him as soon as I tell you he was the one who penned the popular quote, "Courage is not the absence of fe...
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      Be Courageous When Starting Up A Small Business

      by Susan L Reid - 2007-04-02
      "Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear," is the well known quote from Ambrose Redmoon that has galvanized Hollywood film starts to...
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      Your Job or Your Life, I Choose Life

      by Susan Feder - 2007-04-17
      What would you do if you knew you couldn't fail? What haven't you done, because you were afraid you would fail? Failures are the halfway point between trying and success. If you don't try, you won'...
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      The Importance of Setting Goals

      by Lori Gorman - 2007-04-18
      If you want to be successful at anything, you will need to set some goals for yourself. These can be short term (immediate) goals or long term (future) goals. I find it easier to start with my long ...
    • 8.

      Take a Business Plan Short-cut

      by David McAmis - 2007-04-20
      Create and maintain a professional business plan using Microsoft's time-saving tools and templates. Whether you're starting up a new business or fine-tuning an existing one, the best way to think of a...
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      How To Keep Your Laptop Out Of Thieves' Hands

      by Kim Komando - 2007-05-08
      Here are six guidelines to help you avoid seeing your notebook PC disappear! So there you are, rushing to catch a plane. You've got an important presentation on your laptop, along with sensitive compa...
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      3 Signs You Need A New Computer

      by Kim Komando - 2007-05-16
      Upgrading brings more speed and power but is that reason enough? Guidance for Workplace PC Users If you believe the advertising, you need a new computer every six months. That isn't true, of course...