Confronting loneliness as an entrepreneur

Once during a very candid discussion about the future of our business and partnership, I explained to a former business partner how I felt like I couldn’t connect on a personal level very well with him and felt relationally undervalued. I was putting in 80 to 100 hours per week to build the company—blood, […]

By |May 10th, 2015|News, Top Story|Comments Off on Confronting loneliness as an entrepreneur

Start a business for $100

When Michael Hanna was unexpectedly fired from his 25-year corporate sales career, he didn’t know what to do. While he collected unemployment checks and battled other applicants, his job prospects were bleak. Michael’s only options seemed either to be unemployed or underemployed.

So when a friend who owned a furniture store offered to give him […]

By |October 12th, 2014|News|1 Comment

Creating leverage with the Cashflow Quadrant

Author Robert Kiyosaki has written extensively about The Cashflow Quadrant—the four ways to earn income. Typically, people who are able to move from one quadrant to the next are able to earn more income and experience more freedom. Very simply, the Cashflow Quadrant describes the benefits and pitfalls of each of these four ways […]

By |October 5th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Creating leverage with the Cashflow Quadrant

Education inflation

Have you noticed that nowadays, most entry-level jobs require, or at least prefer, a bachelor’s degree? And many times, job requisitions will state that the employer prefers a master’s degree, even for middle management roles. It’s a societal expectation that has grown and become unmanageable.

But is going to school to obtain a bachelor’s degree–or […]

By |August 20th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Education inflation

Cashflow 101: Business, investing lessons made fun

If you want to acquire wealth, you must change the way you think about money. In school, you probably didn’t learn how money works. You probably didn’t get a sound financial education. Even those whose full-time profession is in some area of finance often miss the most basic concepts of money that could be […]

By |August 3rd, 2014|Featured, News|Comments Off on Cashflow 101: Business, investing lessons made fun

TV: A waste of time in living color

The average American spends 4-5 hours per day watching TV, and, statistically, that time increases as we age. TV programs are engineered to be addictive and maximize advertisers’ and networks’ profitability—but not your productivity.

Not only is most programming itself devoid of valuable content, but the commercials are also designed to lure you into to […]

By |July 13th, 2014|Featured, News|Comments Off on TV: A waste of time in living color