Seeing the Big Picture

Posted by Matthew on April 10, 2019
Once upon a time, I was explaining a business opportunity to a sales rep from a large marketing firm who was trying to sell me an advertising plan to help market it. I tried explaining the opportunity from several different angles,READ
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Never Waste an Experience

Posted by Matthew on March 1, 2019
I recently spent two weeks in a grueling training program involving all-day sessions and a good six to eight hours of homework daily. At the end of the two weeks, additional information was revealed that showed the opportunity I wasREAD


Posted by Matthew on February 12, 2019
Back in the 1950's, my grandpa had the opportunity to buy some desert property for about $4 per acre. He was a little offended by the offer, as anyone could see the land was worthless. Water was said to be 1,000 feet down and there wasREAD

A Look at Passive Income

Posted by Matthew on February 4, 2019
It's a little embarassing, but I'm going to tell this story on myself anyway. A long, long time ago, my family and I started a small business that was basically offering a B2B service in a cottage industry niche where we already had aREAD
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Action = Money

Posted by Matthew on January 23, 2019
It's easy to get so caught up in a business idea that we just can't wait to get started…so we start to plan. And we plan, and we plan, and we plan…and don't start. I'm not aboutREAD
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Guide to Success in Business

Posted by Matthew on January 4, 2019
We've all heard the grim statistics about how many new small businesses fail within the first year, five years, or ten years. And yet, starting a business remains the dream of millions of Americans. How can we improve our chances ofREAD
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What will make 2019 different?

Posted by Matthew on January 1, 2019
The New Year is a popular time to set new resolutions and goals. I support that, but there's a problem. There's always something between us and our goals—a chasm that must be bridged. By failing to plan for that chasm, we lose motivationREAD