Happy Halloween!

October 31, 2011
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May you all have a fright-tastic Halloweeen. Just don’t scare off any potential customers! Sincerely, Dan Little!

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Individuals Making Money: You, Yourself and Money

October 31, 2011
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A lot of my posts on here have been business-centric, but what of the vast numbers of people that work from home on their own? Well, this is article is to them: the intrepid, but solitary, entrepreneurs who fight a lonely battle for financial security. How do you expand into more profitable ventures without risking [...]

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The Power of Internships: Helping to Grow Your Business

October 24, 2011
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Getting employees is a step forward for any business, but it is a risky venture for a one-person business to undertake. The costs involved and the prospect of managing someone else’s workload can seem overwhelming, but there is a solution to this problem that is used by even the mightiest businesses:  unpaid internships. To test [...]

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Darwinism in Business: Can you Think Outside the Box and Evolve?

October 21, 2011
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A good business is one that moves with the ebb and flow of trends and circumstances. One potent example of how the tides can change is given by the fortunes of the ‘Big Four’ record companies: Sony Music Entertainment, EMI Group, Warner and Universal. Once upon a time life was relatively easy for record companies [...]

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Opportunities: Will You Miss Another?

October 20, 2011

Any fans of rugby will have read the recent comments that Warren Gatland made following Wales’ agonising defeat to France, after the mighty Dragons missed out on the final by just a point after losing their inspirational Captain just 17 minutes into the first half to a red card. A common theme prevalent in all [...]

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Afraid? Nope, There’s Money to be Made!

October 19, 2011
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Looking at people who make their money by selling things to people who do outrageously dangerous things. I decided to write this post after spending the last few days reading stories about people who do hilariously dangerous (and in some cases, fun) things to get paid. Not only do they have nerves of steel (or [...]

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The Art Of Concentration

October 18, 2011
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So, you want to work from home, but feel you don’t have the concentration to focus on what needs to be done? When it comes to working from home, I’ve found there to be two things that dictate the quality of the work I do:  first, whether I enjoy doing whatever it is that I [...]

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Your Hobby. Your Passion. Your Little Earner.

October 17, 2011
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How your passion or hobby can make you money. So often – too often – people discard the potential of their passion to make them money, whether it’s the potential to make a lot of money or just enough to cover some bills. They have the stubborn view that making money from something they love [...]

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The Success of Today: Reinvesting in Your Business

October 13, 2011
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Many of the articles I write are pretty straight-forward, based on simple concepts designed to show you how I managed to become successful (I honestly don’t mean that arrogantly). And, although I have mentioned it in other articles, I think that this is important enough to dedicate an entire article to it. It’s on perhaps [...]

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The Elevator Pitch

October 13, 2011

The Elevator Pitch: so, you’ve got an idea and you know that people will be willing to invest in it. You’ve got confidence in the product, why shouldn’t the investors? Well, the key thing here is to remember that investors don’t just need confidence in the product, they also need confidence in the person pitching [...]

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