Monthly Archives: May 2015

How Food And Entrepreneurship Saved A Life

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Steve Martorano A life of crime was where he was headed until he discovered he could cook and sell his food, Steve Martorano admits. This 7-minute late night appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! highlights the chef’s new cookbook titled It Ain’t … Continue reading

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Change And The Publishing Industry: Tips For Aspiring Author-Publishers

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Marketing Consultant Linda Carlson Ten minute interview with Linda Carlson, author, speaker, and marketing consultant is an information-packed exchange about the publishing industry. A reality check  for the aspiring or emerging author-publisher. But also for others who may be trying to … Continue reading

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Real World Business Lessons From Reality TV

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Beyond The Shark Tank What happens after Shark Tank appearances is the premise of the show. And the last program of the season featured the progress…or lack thereof of several presenters: Chord Buddy A music teacher for more than 30 years, … Continue reading

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How Personal Life Experience Inspired Work

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Unique Food Blog and Book Deal A humorous exchange between journalist, Stephanie Smith, and her beau inspired a simple idea for a food blog, which led to a book titled 300 Sandwiches…with recipes: A multilayered love story Simple idea? Grab … Continue reading

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The Business of Learning A Second Language

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Gaining A Bilingual Edge using Kids Foreign Language Cartoons In the restaurant industry in Florida, not knowing a second language means one cannot find work, according to an insider on Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown , CNN. Learning a second language … Continue reading

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How Angie Harmon Uses Creative Skills And Values in the Business World

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Helping African Artists Grow Their Business Actress Angie Harmon likely has the ability to visualize images in her imagination, which is a primary talent for artists and designers. Harmon reaches back to her childhood experiences for some of her jewelry … Continue reading

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Entrepreneurial Insights From Venture For America

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Q & A With Andrew Yang Venture for America’s founder Andrew Yang, appeared recently on C-Span to talk about his nonprofit and book. C-Span.org Smart People Should Build Things Several thoughts: 1. Venture for America is restricted to college graduates. … Continue reading

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Major AT&T Outage…

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Internet access blocked April 29 for Niche Creativity.com. Last week, the major West coast terminal for AT&T went down for 48 hours disrupting service and leaving all technicians unable to visit and diagnose connection issues. (And likely creating many irate … Continue reading

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