Monthly Archives: September 2015

Firefighter’s Unique Business Niche

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Jason Ramos What kind of business might a firefighter start if he (or she)  specialized in putting out forest fires by jumping out of planes with heavy equipment, parachuting to the edge of the blaze and extinguishing? Jason Ramos is literally … Continue reading

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Entrepreneurship and Disability Guide Lands on Amazon’s Top 100 Kindle List

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Changing Your Work or Career Stats /9/28/2015 PDF Changing Your Work or Career_ How to Explore Self-Employment Options After Injury or Illness, Dee Adams – Amazon Note: A PDF version is available with charts and worksheets on Teachers Pay Teachers … Continue reading

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Why New York Police Officer Samuel Battle Didn’t Publish his Memoir

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Lessons from One Righteous Man…Video One Righteous Man: Samuel Battle and the Shattering of the Color Line in New York, by Arthur Browne is the story of the life of the first African-American police officer. Journalist Arthur Browne recently appeared … Continue reading

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Lessons From An Inventive Architect

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The Creative Genius of Bjarke Ingels Spatial aptitudes in action! At times managing his creations is like playing Twister with a 1300-foot highrise. An innovator in his profession, Bjarke Ingels talks about how he incorporates trends and community needs into … Continue reading

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How A Test Prep Educator Got Free Publicity For His Company

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ChoEducators  Season 14 of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire aired this week and contestant Chris Cho’s appearance was a masterpiece of creative marketing. You see Cho owns  Cho Educators, an SAT and ACT test prep company in New Jersey. … Continue reading

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Food for Thought: Nutrition for Aspring Entrepreneurs

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Warren Brown CakeLove founder Warren Brown appeared on the Today show this morning and he demonstrated his high-level creativity. Check out his ingredients spin on a Bacon and Eggs Breakfast Lasagna. One takeaway from the show is that planning ahead … Continue reading

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Creative Thinking, Entrepreneurship, and Employment Paths

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Nightly Business News Roundup Creative thinking and  entrepreneurship, alternative employment and a career change was a theme featured in September 7 edition of Nightly Business News  roundup. The airing included teen fashion entrepreneur Isabella Rose Taylor. Taylor found her niche after … Continue reading

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Lessons From Corporate Crime Cases

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Professor Rena Steinzor The professor’s book and C-Span presentation Why Not Jail? underscores a number of sobering issues that may well inspire some aspiring entrepreneurs.. Since many business ideas are sparked by problems in the marketplace, Why Not Jail? is … Continue reading

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Finding Inspiration In Historical Newspapers

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Labnol’s Guide to Old Newspaper  Articles Online Newspaper archives are a great resource for uncovering little-known or long-forgotten stories Labnol.org offers a handy time-saving resource list. But be aware that the trick is to structure work style with the activity. … Continue reading

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Using C-Span As A Research Tool

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Book TV Book TV is a great resource tool on a diverse array of subjects. For example, bedbugs, history, war, weather, politics. Note: You will find a list of 20 topics covered http://www.c-span.org/series/?bookTv popular culture, education and numerous industries. Q … Continue reading

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