Closing Down All My Courses, Launching A Software Startup, Looking For Investors And More – Updates To My Business Timeline

By Yaro Starak

This is part 8 of my Business Timeline, you can read the previous chapters here.

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I turned 30 in 2009. I had been back in Australia a year after traveling around the world for 8 months in 2008.

After returning from overseas, I was presented with the opportunity to become a speaker. The plan initially was to … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak

If Perception Determines Your Paycheck, What Are You (Really) Worth?

By Neroli Makim

Hey there, today I’m going to talk about perception.

Perception really is a BIG deal, perception of self, perception of others, and how others perceive you.

Your perception of your self and how others perceive you directly affects how successful you are in any given area of life. An exercise I gave in last week’s article was designed to shift … Read the rest of this entry »

By Neroli Makim

The Research Is In: How Important Are Facebook And Twitter For Your Google Rankings?

By Ana Hoffman

Today, our triangle of the most important ingredients to ranking well on Google, as suggested by SEOMoz’s search engine ranking factors report and interpreted by yours truly, will be finally completed as we drill down into how social media influences our search engine rankings.

By the way, I’d love for you to let me know how well I did with … Read the rest of this entry »

By Ana Hoffman

How My Facebook And YouTube Profiles Led To An Invitation To Become A High Paid Speaker

By Neroli Makim

Greetings once more Entrepreneurs! I’m going off on a tangent today about engaging in the world of social media to build your profile, build your brand and grow your business. This is a topic we’re all pretty savvy about as online entrepreneurs, because we’re all doing it, and most of us will have experienced some success with it. I’m … Read the rest of this entry »

By Neroli Makim

How To Turn Your Life Experience Into A Business

By Kerry McDuling

Many of my clients and other entrepreneurs I have admired over the years have taken their past journey and experiences and turned that, in itself, into a successful business. This could take the form of teaching others how to duplicate their success in a particular field, or sharing their interesting life experiences with others to entertain them. This is how … Read the rest of this entry »

By Kerry McDuling

How To Build Your Profile Through Community Involvement

By Kerry McDuling

There is a silver lining to every cloud, and many challenges can indeed provide an opportunity to connect with your community and give something back, while generating exposure for your business and yourself at the same time. The recent floods where I live have demonstrated how this can be achieved, and many examples of individuals and businesses doing just that … Read the rest of this entry »

By Kerry McDuling

How To Make Millions Selling Ugly Shoes

By Bryan Clark

Would you buy a pair of ugly shoes just because they were comfortable? That’s the question that Crocs inventors Lyndon “Duke” Hanson, Scott Seamans, and George Boedecker asked themselves when they set out to create a lightweight and extremely comfortable shoe. I personally would never be able to go without my Crocs again. These things are beyond amazing and if … Read the rest of this entry »

By Bryan Clark

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