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The eight-hour workday was invented by Henry Ford way back at the turn of the 20th century. Back then, it was an attractive alternative to workers who were accustomed to 12-hour workdays, and the nationwide adoption of the

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Original Post: Ideas Require Application By Chris Brogan | August 21, 2013 What does it take to make ideas real?  I find that questions are amazing tools. Think about that question: “and then what?” and apply it to your own ideas. I guess sometimes the difficult thing about turning IDEAS into ACTION happens when you […]

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You’re running the race.  If you’re a business owner, you are running the race of your life.  In addition to varying factors working against you, there are five consistent hurdles that stand in the way of every business.  And yet – you have a real shot… Image credit: Vitamin C9000 on Flickr You have a […]

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Original Post: 7 Second-Act Entrepreneurs By Michelle V. Rafter | August 14, 2012 There’s nothing like adversity to awaken the entrepreneur within. These individuals were well into midlife when life dealt them an unexpected blow and they recovered by channeling their needs and resourcefulness into a business venture. Over time, hard work helped them or […]

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An entrepreneur runs on inspiration, on a proactive spirit, on doing enjoyable tasks. Those are all things that can happen on a vacation, if you plan it right. And it got me thinking – how does an entrepreneur make the most of a vacation?

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Tools are NOT a Strategy — 3 examples of Twitter strategies that work: A Japanese startup company is turning tweets into comic strips, with an app called “Feel On!” but it really caught my attention because it’s just one of many recent Twitter apps that are either truly innovative, or maybe just truly superfluous.

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Even though I believe there were a lot of crucial missteps on behalf of Microsoft, I can also see their perspective. There is a need for competition in the closed-systems smartphone market. There is a need for better cohesion in closed systems. It’s just a matter of playing the game well — and smart — enough.

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7 Steps for Converting Your Knowledge and Brain Power into a Real Business – It’s no secret that over the last several years, business has been increasingly tough, and in many ways, it has been arguably tougher on middle management than on any other group of workers.

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