Before a doctor diagnoses a specific disease, his patient must undergo a series of laboratory exams and assessments. He has to know the history of his patient and how lifestyle affected his present health problem. As results come in, that would be an indication of the time when a physician gives specific drugs and therapies for maintenance. This will eventually contribute to the level of optimum health for that individual. If all else fails, the process will be repeated again.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Mickey Mikeworth about wealth and teaching young people about money. She also has a speaking tour coming up about the 10 Habits of Prosperity Minded People. Her interview is below:
As an entrepreneur, what does independence mean to you? In America, we celebrate Independence day on every July 4th. We celebrate the day we got our independence from Britain. This holiday always makes me think about independence on an individual level. First of all how do you even know when you are independent? What does that really mean. I can tell you what it means to me. In my opinion independence means that you are self reliant. It means that no matter what happens you can find a way to get the things in life that you need. If that means you work two part time jobs until you can find a decent full time job you do that. If it means you do various freelance projects while you build a thriving coaching business, you do that. An independent person is not going to just sit down and let circumstances dictate what happens to them. Now being independent does not mean that you do this all alone. You should have a team of people ready to help you if you need it. Never be afraid to ask for help. Independence just means that you do not sit around and wait on someone else to make an opportunity for you. You go and make it yourself.
Chris Alden, Michael Birch, Reid Hoffman and Esther Dyson at Zeitgeist ’07
Being an entrepreneur can be challenging enough: Putting together the right combination of market opportunity, product, team, and financing is more art than science. But being an entrepreneur in the social networking space brings a completely different set of challenges.
Dyson, a longtime industry observer through her Release 1.0 newsletter and PC Forum conferences, as well as an active investor, will uncover the key success factors in growing a successful social networking startup.
After completing a business makeover with her own business, Kim Beasley decided to provide the same type of service to others. The specialties that Kim brings to the table are:
* Bachelor in Human Resource Management with emphasis in Organizational Development
* MBA in eBusiness with emphasis in Technical Project Management
* 10+ years of experience in Corporate America
* 5+ years as an entrepreneur
* Involvement with online businesses for since the mid 90s
Kim is the owner of several businesses but this is the one I picked to highlight for her insights and ideas to help you start and grow your small business.
Seth Godin of InnerPreneur.comanswers the question, “Is social networking a valuable resource for businesses and if yes, what businesses?” and more in this video. Seth is a best selling author and entrepreneur.
I really loved his reply and could not agree more!
Normally when I see the words Fast and Cash in the same sentence I tend to roll my eyes because usually that is a misnomer. However, since Lynn has already built the know, like and trust factor with me (a topic for another blog post), I decided to take a chance with this ebook. Surprisingly enough the advice was something that was very doable. I’m not going to give away what it is except to say this advice is really something anyone can do.