Once a week, I offer this post as a safe place to brag or promote yourself and your projects, because we all deserve some friendly recognition. Last week, Jon bragged about “the persistent ones,” including his parents and the PodCamp co-founders. Glenda bragged about selling her first e-book, “I’ll do it myself.” It’s an awesome […]
Archives for August 2007
Understand that failure is not the end of the world. Once you enter the world of entrepreneurs, you’ll have earned the respect and support of a whole new group of people. Failure is part of this world. Many successful business owners have failed many times. It’s really not a big deal. You’ll get far more […]
Buying local is a growing trend and a significant opportunity for small town small businesses. Local Food Food-borne illnesses have made headlines from huge commercial production and from imported foods. Local food producers of all kinds should capitalize on this opportunity. Jack Schultz, Boomtown USA, gave local food two spots on his Agurban top ten […]
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