On the Entrepreneur Club, our friend Patti Serrano interviews a parade of interesting small business people. Patti was kind enough to invite me to join her tonight. We’ll be talking about “Succeeding in a Small Town.”
If you want to join us, we’ll be live tonight, Monday, July 21, 2008, at 9:00pm EDT / 8:00pm CDT / 7:pm MDT. If you miss the live call, you can listen to the recording on TalkShoe. You can also listen to the Entrepreneur Club archive, while you’re there.
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Thanks, Patti, for the chance to join you!
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Sergеy Beloy says
The topic “Succeeding in a Small Town” is good. But far away from my problems for “Succeeding in a Poor Country”!
Nevertheless, I’m trying to launch a really Big Thing, – *The Ads-FREE Web* Mini-News.com, – from a 10-years’ old PC… And without ANY budget!
Sergey, we certainly wish you well with your endeavors. Keep working. That, of course, is the message all of us in business live by.