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Timothy Sykes


5 Millionaire Traders on the Biggest Mistakes You Can Make in the Stock Market

Timothy Sykes | October 1, 2014 | Small Business
No matter how many video lessons, blog posts, webinars, watch-lists and trade alerts I give, far too many of my students keep making the same mistake that prevents them from taking their accounts to the next level.
Greg J. Stone


Breaking Good: 10 Business Lessons from 'Breaking Bad'

Greg J. Stone | October 1, 2014 | Business
The popular TV series Breaking Bad could be a crash course for entrepreneurs. Skeptical? Take a look at lessons businesses can learn from the story of Walter White.
Christopher Lester


3 Lessons Email Marketers Can Learn from the Miss America Pageant

Christopher Lester | October 1, 2014 | Small Business
For people who think about email marketing all day long, the Miss America stage is kind of like a crowded inbox. Every brand is trying to stand out, get you to admire it, and in the end, win you over.
Anthony Humpage

Two Critical Factors to Consider if You Want More Success

Anthony Humpage | October 1, 2014 | Small Business
Be very aware of what happens when you discuss your goals with those around you. Good, cautious advice is always welcome from those who want us to succeed, but be very careful about spending too much time with those who mock or put down your efforts to improve your situation.
P.G. Sittenfeld


On My 30th Birthday, 30 Tips for Your 20s

P.G. Sittenfeld | October 1, 2014 | Business
While I have not heeded all of the pieces of advice that follow, some came instinctively, some were learned from watching other people, and plenty of insights are a consequence of plenty of mistakes.
Alex Ivanovs


3 Twitter Marketing Features for Small Businesses

Alex Ivanovs | October 1, 2014 | Small Business
I have covered both Twiter tools, and Twitter tips for businesses before, but today I'd like to take a look at some new and exciting features that perhaps you didn't even know existed!
Alex and Cadey Charfen


The Cure for Cash Flow Woes

Alex and Cadey Charfen | September 30, 2014 | Small Business
Even though money is what keeps an organization alive and you and your family fed, clothed and sheltered, most people have a tough time talking about it. The term itself carries all kinds of preconceived notions and prejudices with it.
Caroline Dowd-Higgins


The Power of a Professional Brand and Why You Need One

Caroline Dowd-Higgins | September 30, 2014 | Women
As a career coach, I often work with people that brand products or services for an organization but have no real awareness of their personal professional brand and why it matters. It's time to take stock of your own brand and use it to achieve your career goals.
James Altucher


Step By Step Guide to Make $10 Million and Then Totally Blow It

James Altucher | September 30, 2014 | Business
I sold a business for $10 million and then two years later I was dead broke because once again I forgot all about love. I squandered the love. I forgot my small successes and made them into a big failure
Yun-Fang Juan

5 Things Every Business Owner Should Know About Business Credit

Yun-Fang Juan | September 30, 2014 | Small Business
Business credit is an area first-time business owners tend to overlook. If your business sells to other businesses or wants to get credit, it's important to ensure that your business credit information is in good standing.
Debra Schindler Boltinghouse


The Art of Employee Termination

Debra Schindler Boltinghouse | September 30, 2014 | Small Business
Employee termination is a big topic that entrepreneurs don't get to read about very often or maybe don't want to read about very often. This is a subject that many would rather avoid until the moment actually arrives.
Gene Marks


The 5 Tax Mistakes You're Making Right Now

Gene Marks | September 30, 2014 | Small Business
I know, it's a busy time of year. You're back from the summer holidays. Orders need to get out the door. Projects need to be done. Budgets need to be approved. You're doing your best. But there's something big you're not doing. And you know it. It has to do...
Jeffrey Hayzlett


4 Things You Can Do to Brand Yourself Like a Big C-Suite Executive

Jeffrey Hayzlett | September 29, 2014 | Business
Did you know that it's harder to get a seat in the c-suite than it is to become a professional sports player? The c-suite is such an elusive club that the leaders in it seem to be elusive themselves. Even the headliners like Richard Branson and Bill Gates still have an air of elusive
Brian Horn

How to Build Your Brand Through Storytelling

Brian Horn | September 30, 2014 | Small Business
Garnering increased sales, adding new clients and achieving a higher level of success is what brand building is all about, and building a brand is done a bit differently today that it was in yesteryear.
Matthew Collis


6 Powerful Tips to Effective Content Curation

Matthew Collis | September 29, 2014 | Business
Content marketing is hot, with businesses everywhere implementing content marketing strategies. As a result, content curation has emerged and is becoming increasingly more popular.
Richard Lorenzen


Success Advice from Wall Street's Super Man

Richard Lorenzen | October 1, 2014 | Small Business
I recently had the chance to sit down with a multi-million dollar stock trader who is known by many as the Super Man of Wall Street. Stock trader and financial educator Paul Scolardi is the CEO of Super Trades.
Lisa Abeyta

A Glimpse Into the Glamorous Life of a Woman Entrepreneur

Lisa Abeyta | September 30, 2014 | Small Business
I have no idea if this is what it is like for other women growing companies, but I'm pretty sure their lives are just as crazy busy and full of the regular messiness of life.
Jose Vasquez


The Secret to Truly Successful Customer Service

Jose Vasquez | September 29, 2014 | Small Business
There's one secret to truly successful customer service that you might be overlooking.
Sramana Mitra


Who Makes More Money?

Sramana Mitra | September 29, 2014 | Small Business
Jim and Sarah's conversation above is a very common conversation among entrepreneurs. Next time, you encounter an entrepreneur who brags about how much money he has raised, ask a follow-on question: How much ownership do you have left in the company? As a...
Simple. Thrifty. Living.


Kabbage or Traditional Banks: Which Is Best for Your Small Business Loan?

Simple. Thrifty. Living. | September 26, 2014 | Small Business
With the advent of online business lending services like Kabbage, it's easier for small businesses to get the funding they need to get off the ground. But is it always the best option to go with an online lender?
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