Traditional Skills Becoming obsolete Investigative reporter Don Bartlett recently warned about the public’s lack of awareness about robotics in the workplace during his appearance on C-SPAN. Although I knew about robot controlled vacuum cleaners & the growing use of robots … Continue reading
Useful Controversial Niche Imagine the commotion at an outdoor garden wedding if two baby skunks suddenly ambled out of the bushes and into the backyard among the waiting guests… It’s a similar reception given to many investigative journalists. Pulitzer Prize winning … Continue reading
Nolo’s* Legal Reference Information Center Full texts of Nolo’s publications are available through their search engine. The company’s mission is to provide practical information for non-lawyers, but Nolo also specializes in business books. Titles are primarily focused on the legal … Continue reading
Using Laughter to Market Products & Services In a previous post, I wrote about different niches in the humor industry. Recently, I discovered two businesses that incorporate offbeat humor into their products and services. The first example involves an antitheft lunch … Continue reading
Card Sorting: An Overlooked Resource Tool Countless would-be entrepreneurs have trouble identifying their values, motivations, and occupational interests. However, there are more than two hundred factors involved, according to career development expert Richard Knowdell, so indecision is understandable. Testing is … Continue reading
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