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The Damascus Road to Becoming a Guerrillapreneur

I wrote Guerrillapreneur from the perspective of an entrepreneur for small business owners (or large organizations that want to remain big and nimble) who are seeking to become the next corporate giant. In the book, I examine many of today’s great corporations in the context of my Guerrillapreneur frameworks with…

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From Zero Waste Manufacturing To Competitive Resource Recycling

What if you could use your competitor’s garbage to make your business more profitable? Imagine if Burger King could use McDonalds’ garbage to make their chain more profitable? Can you envision GM using Ford Motor Company’s trash to make cars cheaper? Many companies have embraced zero-waste manufacturing as an eco-friendly…

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Simple Eco-Initiatives Can Save Southern Towns Millions

Simple Eco-Initiatives Can Save Southern Towns Millions

When one hears the term “Eco-Friendly,” the first thing that comes to mind is expensive, funny looking light bulbs or biodegradable packing peanuts. However, if we get beyond the typical “green” activities most commonly practiced in America’s office buildings, there are a couple of heart-healthy pursuits that can save Selma…

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Does The Black Community Need The Government To Reduce Unemployment?

As of the October, 2012 US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate in the black community was 14.1 % (nearly double the unemployment rate for the country). Hardest hit in the black community are black men who suffer unemployment rates as high as 24% in some parts of the…

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6 Reasons Why Businesses Fail

6 REASONS WHY EARLY STAGE BUSINESSES FAIL…

Statistics published by the SBA (Small Business Administration US) indicate that 70 percent of new business ventures survive for at least 2 years while the percentage reduces to 51 percent for survival after five years. When starting a business, the last thing that comes…

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Creating an “Absolute Yes List” and “Just Say No List”

We all have goals — or in New Year’s parlance, resolutions. We all have visions of what we’d like our lives, careers, and business to be. For many people, thinking about what you would like to change and transform is the easy part. The tough part is actually turning those…

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