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The Self-Employed Teenager

The Self-Employed Teenager

You go to school, participate in activities, then go to work, then go home and sleep. Rinse and repeat. Sound familiar? Well welcome to the life of the average teenager with a job! The worst part of it all? You’re getting paid minimal wage!

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Business Lessons I Learned From “The Social Network”

Business Lessons I Learned From “The Social Network”

I went to watch “The Social Network” a few weekends ago (about a little site called Facebook), and the movie highlighted some of the struggles of making a company. I took away several lessons that I’d like to share with you.

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10 Tips To Avoid Debt Crushing Your Startup

10 Tips To Avoid Debt Crushing Your Startup

Unless you’ve been able to convince a venture capitalist to part with some of their cash, your startup will probably have a tight budget with which to kickstart your business. However, even venture capitalist backed startups with millions in the bank can have an unsustainable burn rate.

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How To Kickstart Your Network

How To Kickstart Your Network

Walking out of college with a degree is worthless. Think about it: Everyone entering the job market has a degree. Unless you’re some child prodigy that 18 years old and graduating from college, you and your degree don’t stand out from anyone else. Few employers want that candidate.

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3 Free Tools to Help You Nail Your Next Presentation

3 Free Tools to Help You Nail Your Next Presentation

Solid, dynamic, well-planned and creatively executed presentations are what really sell ideas. Whether you are preparing for a meeting with a potential investor or pitching your service to a prospect, taking the time to create a memorable presentation can tip you over the edge to success.

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