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Herb Filled Pillows Make Over a Million Dollars

Lauren Rosenstadt was a single mom working at a herbcompany in Bethesda, Maryland. A herb (pronounced "erb") isa plant that has medicinal, savory, or aromic qualities. Oneday while at lunch with a friend whose daughter sufferedfrom insomnia, Lauren thought, "If I could fill a pillowwith herbs, that would be soothing and help my friend'sdaughter sleep."

The 9 Key Distinctions of Successful Solo-Entrepreneurs!

SUCCESSFUL Solo-Entrepreneurs approach life and business from a perspective that is new, fresh, and rather unorthodox. The differences are subtle, yet significant. These distinctions are more than just fads or interesting tips; they are direct, measurable SHIFTS in how you will approach your business, your personal life, your relationships, etc. - for the rest of your life! They are direct from the experience of hundreds of successful solo-entrepreneurs!

10 Essential Tips for Starting Entrepreneurs - Ignore these at your Peril!

1. Do What You LOVE: If you've chosen your business because you read that this niche was the next hot one, or because your favorite uncle (or your best friend) thinks you'd be well-suited for this business, you may as well pack up now and save yourself some time and money. If you don't love what you do, it will show...potential customers will know it and will go elsewhere. Is it possible to be successful anyway? Sure -- but it won't be easy and it won't be fun...and isn't that why you want to be in business for yourself anyway?

Reducing the Stress of Being an Entrepreneur

Starting and running your own business can be exciting and rewarding, but it can also be very stressful. For most of our almost 40 year marriage my husband has been an entrepreneur and I have sometimes worked with him. Having built my own business as a Stress Reduction Coach I have been reflecting on the stresses of being an entrepreneur.

10 Ways Entrepreneurs Shoot Themselves In The Foot

Entrepreneurs and their businesses have a tendency to ambush themselves when they aren't looking. This affects how much revenue they can generate, how fast their business rises, and even if they survive after the first few years. If you feel there is a possibility you are getting in your way to success, review these elements to see if any of these items might apply.

Lessons Learned from Successful Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs are a special breed of high achievers. They create things, get things started: businesses, clubs, churches, associations, even nations. Their motivations vary. Not all want to be rich. Not all want to produce a Fortune 500 company. Some are motivated by pleasure or civic pride or the desire for fame. Mary Madden, president of Information America, told me she and Burton Goldstein started their company because it gave them freedom and flexibility.

7 Lean Marketing Laws For The Inspired Entrepreneur

The following laws will provide guidance on how to act,think and work in a lean way. You can apply these laws toall areas of your life, work and business to get biggerresults from the time you invest.

Electronic Tools for Entrepreneurial Success

?Half of any job is having the right tool? was one of the earliest lessons I learned from my father growing up on a farm in Nebraska. As an organizing and productivity consultant, it continues to serve me well.

Traits of The Successful Entrepreneur

Want to know why certain people succeed and others don?t. Well successful people have certain traits? Do you have them?

5 TIPS for Home-Based Business Entrepreneurs

Have you ever heard that only a small part (5%) of 'all' Home-Based Business entrepreneurs achieve success?

The Six ?F? Words Every Entrepreneur Should Know

Start your own business, and soon enough, you find yourself in a situation where there are many things you want to say, all of them unprintable.

Compensating for Your Entrepreneurial Style-or Lack of Style

I recently took an entrepreneurial quiz which evaluated my answers and informed me I would do best as a hired hand! So why am I a successful home business owner? Because I've learned to fill the holes in my entrepreneurial style, and compensate for my deficiencies.

What Makes An Entrepreneur Tick?

It is only natural that when you start a business, you are doing something different than most people. They not only will look at you because you stick out like a sore thumb _ but human nature will cause people to naturally ridicule what you are doing. They will tell you all types of things like: "You're not business material." "You can't make a living working for yourself." "You'll fail because nobody can ever make any money that way."

Raising Entrepreneurs: What to Do When Your Kid is Born to Think Differently

Adolescence brings with it many challenges ? for both parents and kids. Young people, still new to the world, are embarking on a journey to discover their passions, joys, and authentic self-images. More often than not, however, their journey more closely resembles an elongated stampede of enraged elephants than it does an innocent soul-searching endeavor. But no one said growing up would be easy.

The 7 Traits of an Exceptional & Successful Entrepreneur

How often have you either referred to or considered the expression, ?Success is a journey and not a Destination?? Probably many times, yet often being in a hurry to get there, we forget that success is not an end unto itself, but is instead an ongoing process.

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Busy parents and resistant bugs have given rise to the new industry of professional lice removal
At the intersection of chemical resistance, American entrepreneurialism, affluence, and parenting anxiety lies a particularly modern phenomenon: the professional delousing business. The head lice that infest some 6 to 12 million children's heads ...

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Course inspires architecture student to work on making autonomous vehicles a reality
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In Keller Easterling's course on architecture and entrepreneurialism, students developed three-minute videos on the topic of autonomous vehicles which they presented to industry professionals as their final projects. (Photo by Michael Marsland).


Ronald Shechtman Of Pryor Cashman, On Legal Tech, Entrepreneurialism, And The Entertainment Business
Founded in 1963 by Pete Pryor, Gideon Cashman and David Braun, the law firm Pryor Cashman was an entertainment boutique, representing the likes of Bob Dylan, Neil Diamond, and Simon & Garfunkel, just to name a few. And between an all-star client list ...

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Britain's Booming Self-Employment Is No Guarantee Of ... - Forbes
Britain has huge numbers of self-employed workers, but how many of them are entrepreneurs and business founders?

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Sir Peter Rigby: 'entrepreneurs aren't made, they're born - the mentality is in their genes'
Speaking softly, Sir Peter Rigby is sharing his thoughts on entrepreneurialism. For those who fancy a career in business but aren't certain that it's for them, his advice can be boiled down to this: don't bother. “You can't just say, 'I want to be an ...


Woman helping foreign door to door book sellers
"It's a work and travel program and they are independent contractors running their own business, learning American entrepreneurialism. So all of the expectation and the things that go along with the program have been covered with them and their parents ...


Puerto Rico turns to tech and entrepreneurialism to revitalize the ...
Puerto Rico is steeped in more than $70 billion of debt that has been accruing for the better part of a decade. As part of its new economic development plan,..

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Is Entrepreneurialism a Good Thing for Wall Street?
Research Affiliates CEO Rob Arnott discusses entrepreneurship, President Trump's effect on markets, stock-picking and whether it's a crucial time for active managers. He speaks with Scarlet, Fu, Oliver Renick and Dani Burger on “Bloomberg Markets.

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Schooling Australia's future entrepreneurs - The Weekly Review
The Weekly Review
Ten years ago, learning about a “startup” at school usually involved the science behind a car engine. In recent years, however, it's taken on a whole new ...

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To Grow Our Economy and Create Jobs, US Must Win the Race to 5G Wireless
Morning Consult
Next-generation networks will be 100 times faster than current speeds and stimulate a new round of entrepreneurialism and innovation across every sector of the economy. Imagine specialists in New York providing remote health care to patients in rural ...

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