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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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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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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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Music Biz Lessond From Alicia Keys

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 Using Values To Evaluate Business Advice Starting out, Alicia Keys wanted to be a member of a group, and she disagreed at first with the advice to go solo. But when producers wanted her to focus on the pop market, … Continue reading

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American Made Furniture Maker & Overseas Competition

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Factory Man Most people know little about the furniture business and Vaughn Basset is not a “small business” owner but his story is an awesome example of David vs. Goliath in the entrepreneurial arena. An instructive and inspirational example of … Continue reading

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Finding Inspiration For A Unique Business

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Historical Roots The word unique is often used incorrectly because it means one of a kind. But the following venture, profiled in The Globe and Mail, can truly be described as such. “East coast entrepreneur runs business out of 130-year-old … Continue reading

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How Aerosmith Musician Found His Path

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 Clarinet Player Joe Perry? Arrowsmith fans will likely laugh at the thought of the famous guitarist rocking out on the clarinet. During the first 15 minutes, of this Tavis Smiley rebroadcast, Perry recounts his childhood learning disability, science aspirations, clarinet … Continue reading

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2 Updates: Lawyers Who Become Entrepreneurs…

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1. New Edition More links & Revised Content. Click here Table of Contents Table of Contents…136 KB Have you thought about leaving law Click here to Buy Now…620 KB http://www.payloadz.com/go/sip?id=2798810 Barrister turned Cartoonist, Alexander Williams, is one of several career-changing … Continue reading

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The Secret Paintings of Clementine Hunter

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Garden Cinderella Goes to the Smithsonian Celebrated southern folk artist (Clemen-teen) Hunter loved Zinnias, so maybe it is fitting that she also be known as the name of her favorite flower…Garden Cinderella. A fitting name perhaps as the details of her … Continue reading

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