In July of 2013, my business, JDB Business Solutions at that time, was a little over a year old. By the average new business standards I had a very successful first year, making more than I had in the CPA firm I worked at previously. But a large portion of that money came from working.
As I have mentioned a few times around here, my wife and I are expecting twin boys – our first kids – next month. Last week, I celebrated my 30th birthday. As a result of these two major life events, I sat down and wrote out 30 lessons I want to pass on to my.
Matthew Tosh / Foter.com / CC BY-SA I love the show 60 Minutes. If you can get past the extreme liberal biases it shows, it offers awesome glimpses into the minds of great people. Last night, they showed an interview with Alabama Crimson Tide football coach Nick Saban (he also happens to be a.
Multimaniaco / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA Being your own boss makes it difficult to stay motivated sometimes. If you work from home, distractions are all over the place. One way to overcome distractions and a lack of motivation is to form good habits. Because habits are done without any conscious thinking, they are much harder.
EricGjerde / Foter / CC BY-NC Money gets a bad rap in some circles. You will often hear quotes like “money can’t buy happiness” (or money can’t buy you love, if you are a Beatles fan) and “money is the root of all evil” (an incorrect quotation of a bible verse) to describe how money.
Contato: firstname.lastname@example.org / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND In 1492, Christopher Columbus set out on a journey that would forever change the course of history. Columbus was an experienced explorer who believed that the earth was not only round (many people at this time still believed it was flat), but that it was much smaller than.
spcbrass / Foter / CC BY-SA We talk a lot on this site about how difficult entrepreneurship can be. How you have to be willing and able to adjust at a moments notice. Almost all our Success Profiles guests have mentioned the need for perseverance as an entrepreneur. Things are going to go bad at.