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Year End Planning Opens the Gate to a Better New Year

This post marks the start of a new series for this blog. The goal of the series is to work through the planning process for small to mid-sized businesses and entrepreneurs, in the hope that I can help sort out some of the more beneficial ways to go about this planning process so it will actually show a return on the investment of time and effort.

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Posted in Applied Entrepreneurship, entrepreneur, Growing a business, Intellectual property, Law, Planning for a business

Beautiful Strategy; Deadly Execution

Some companies may be creating the seeds of their own destruction, while engaged in an effort to improve efficiency and their own bottom line. The bottom line, however, could be terminating their customer base, and in turn, themselves.

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Posted in Applied Entrepreneurship, business, Business interruption, crisis, etc., entrepreneur, Growing a business, Innovation, Running a business, technology

Could Social Media Plug the BP Oil Leak? Can Social Media Clean It Up?

Maybe it is time for the wisdom of the crowds to take a shot at resolving the continuing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Could social media be used to “plug the damn hole?” Could the use of social media be helpful in finding ways to more effectively remediate the damage the oil spill has and will cause?

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Posted in Applied Entrepreneurship, business, Business interruption, crisis, etc., Innovation, Intellectual property, open source, Social networking & media, technology

Lessons I Learned Today 6/23/09 – Entrepreneur Crowdsourcing

This is a digest and recap of highlights, quotes, and comments from articles and discussions posted on this date on the Applied Entrepreneurship, LinkedIn group site.    *Traits of a Successful Entrepreneur “Success and failure always depend on the entrepreneur.”

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Lessons I Learned Today 6/15/09 – Lessons for Young Wannabees

This is a digest and recap of highlights, quotes, and comments from articles and discussions posted on this date on the Applied Entrepreneurship, LinkedIn group site.   *Top 5 Mistakes in Forming Your Corporation by Brad Sugars “While some owners

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Posted in Applied Entrepreneurship, Business life cycle, entrepreneur, Financing a business, Growing a business, Innovation, Planning for a business

Lessons I Learned Today 5/20/09 – Which way do I go?

This is a digest and recap of highlights, quotes, and comments from articles and discussions posted on this date on the Applied Entrepreneurship, LinkedIn group site.   *Growing Too Fast? Watch the Danger Signs by Shel Horowitz A closely held

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