Monthly Archives: August 2007

Growing into e-business

I have a good friend, Lenny, who owns a very successful sports memorabilia company. He operates out of his beautiful Pasadena home with his awesome wife’s assistance. They have an incredible life filled with family, friends, travel and all the finer things that come with a level of affluence. Recently I had a conversation with…

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Get your own…

Remember that old Frito Lay ad campaign, “Get your own bag”? It got me thinking. The importance of what is “ours.” We are more compelled, protective, and take greater strides in regards to something that is ours, as opposed to something shared or something borrowed…probably why we don’t like neighbors to borrow our stuff, and…

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The Guy Who Followed His Passion

I was in Charlotte, North Carolina for a seminar last week. Tuesday evening, after a long and informative day of workshops, a friend and I decided to get some drinks at the hotel lounge. Sitting at the bar while discussing work, my recent trip to Italy, and the nature of the tourism industry, a fellow…

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Leverage & Leadership: What the Big Guns know that You don’t

The world of online business can be a bit overwhelming. There are “Big Guns” (heavy hitters) out there making a killing online. And you’ll see advertising everywhere you look to “MAKE MONEY NOW”, or a “$12,000 in my first month” testimonial. With so many business models, such as affiliate programs, Google AdSense, reseller programs, eBay…

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