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How Your Imagination Can Get You out of Financial Problems

Did you know that imagination is a real power that can help you in many ways? Most people regard imagination as something unreal, illusion, and associate it with passivity, daydreaming and wishful thinking. This is not a correct viewpoint. Your imagination can get you out of debt, difficulties and financial problems. It can open new doors for you and bring new opportunities into your life. All successful people have used, and are using their imagination in a most constructive way.…

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When You’re Afraid of Putting Yourself Out There

Have you ever avoided taking action because you were afraid of putting yourself out there? The tension between wanting to hide and wanting to succeed is a feeling I know all too well. But I also know that if I want to do work I love, I have to go out there and actually do something. I can’t let other people, or my fears, control my life. Yes, you may face negativity when you start a business, write, or whatever it is…

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Essentials of Creating a Great Ecommerce Website

So, you’ve decided to create an ecommerce website and you’re wondering where to start. If you take the time to research the essentials of creating a great ecommerce website, you’ll find the process to be relatively simple. Ecommerce Defined What is an ecommerce website? Shopify, one of the leading providers of online shopping platforms defines ecommerce as the buying and selling of goods or services using the internet, and the transfer of money and data to execute these transactions. While…

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4 Crucial Business Development Lessons for First-Time Entrepreneurs

Completing my business studies, I knew that I wanted to create something on my own. I had ideas and was eager to materialize them as soon as possible. I had the so-called “entrepreneurial drive” and a wish to put it into practice while I was young. Since I had been freelancing for a while, I thought that I had certain competencies which would be helpful in setting up a business. Keeping in mind all the aforementioned, I embarked on a…

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7 Ways Succession Planning Can Help Your Business Thrive

As a small business owner, one aspect of managing your business you probably haven’t taken into account is succession planning. Most business owners think that it’s too far off to really consider, especially at the beginning of their career. Although you may have no intentions of leaving your business any time soon, the fact of the matter is that you never know what will happen to you tomorrow. In order to preserve your business, it’s crucial to think about succession…

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How to Choose Between Two Passions or Business Ideas

Do you have a tough time making a choice? Worried that you’ll make the wrong one? You’re not alone. This is common and to be expected. That said, it doesn’t have to be the norm. You don’t have to drive yourself insane over the choices in your life. For the longest time, I had trouble making decisions. I wasn’t sure how to move forward. Time and time again, I ended up drowning myself with information. I searched for certainty, but never seemed…

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Why You Never Feel Ready to Take Action

Have you noticed that you never feel ready to write that book, start a business, or just go after what makes you come alive? You never feel ready because you’re looking for certainty. You want to have all the details. You want to be absolutely sure that everything is going to work out. So you never start, nothing ever happens, and you end up lost in the land of regret. The solution is not to berate yourself for not being…

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The Number of Failures Before Success [Infographic]

In a society where the one thing constantly celebrated and harped on is success, sometimes we forget the failures that come along with every “person of the year” cover story. Today’s infographic highlights some of the failures experienced by world-renowned individuals: Breaking it down, Steven Spielberg was rejected by the University of Southern California Film School 3 times. He eventually attended another school, only to drop out and become a director. He returned school to earn his BA 35 years later.[1] Productivity guru Tim Ferris was rejected…

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