Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Great Backstory of Rhea’s Market & Deli

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Adding Creativity to Sandwiches Update: My first post was based solely on the recent rebroadcast of the Check, Please!… segment on KQED. Since learning more about Rhea’s (pronounced Ray’s) Market and Deli a first impression is confirmed… James Choi was only seven … Continue reading

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Restaurant Unusual

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The Challenge of An Offbeat Location See this Check, Please! Bay Area Segment about Rhea’s Market and Deli… http://tinyurl.com/llqtn77 Major takeaway: Some  aspiring business owners apprentice beforehand yet don’t succeed. In this case, apprenticeship in food prep was only part … Continue reading

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Free SociaL Media Resources for Beginners And Pros

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Buffer Tool Kit Educational kit highlights top social media platforms and how to choose… Surprising facts and statistics. Several features, including spreadsheet to track activities. http://tinyurl.com/ney558e Takeaways include: 1. Note that statistics for the popularity of various social media platforms vary … Continue reading

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24 Niche Business Education Resources On TpT

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Timesaving Search List Searching for several hours, I compiled 24 interesting examples under the entrepreneurship category on the TeachersPayTeachers site. Two freebies are included. And at the end of the list is a journal developed for aspiring teacher entrepreneurs. The tool … Continue reading

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SEO Tips And Tricks for Beginners

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3 Articles Two insightful favorite articles include points not usually mentioned elsewhere. Check out the bonus section in the updated Moz article The author, an industry guru admits that his wife created an award-winning blog… without using any of his … Continue reading

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Famous Musician Builds Fine Custom Furniture

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Micky Dolenz & Daughter Operate Business Did You Know? A major ability, likely shared by the father-daughter duo is structural visualization, the ability to think in 3-D.  And the need to work with something tangible rather than abstract ideas is a strong … Continue reading

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2 Tips for Vision Board Beginners

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Good Versus Vision Boards A journaling tool used to illustrate a goal is how I would define a vision board. What do you think it is? A hugely popular concept that many swear by but not everyone agrees on how to … Continue reading

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Putting The Right Light In Your Life

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Health & Productivity Did you know? Lighting is an issue often overlooked. The wrong lightning can disrupt your ability to think and work effectively So, choosing the right light and where to position it is a health-related issue. The value … Continue reading

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Identifying A Unique Way To Market A Product

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 Cow Pies Inc.com Can You Sell Anything? Entrepreneur Annie Haven is trying to build a fast-growing business built on dried cow manure. http://tinyurl.com/2f9oomg Major Takeaways: 1. Yes and no is the answer to the Inc. article’s headline. Sales success depends … Continue reading

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Humour in the Business World: Lapses in Critical Thinking

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WKRP in Cincinnati…Turkeys Away This late 1970’s TV series featured an episode about a radio station’s Thanksgiving promotion. And it probably ranks as the funniest broadcast airing ever of what can happen when some of the steps used in the … Continue reading

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