I recently read an article written by Mr. Meiko Patton for Yahoo’s SmallBusiness page. The article is an easy read, and touches on a few key points many of us can learn from. Specifically, the article describes how the U.S. Postal Service is securing its future by adding lines of revenue/income to its repertoire. Continue reading “The U.S. Postal Service Just Got a Side Hustle Delivering Groceries. Do You Have Another Gig? – Yahoo Small Business Advisor”
Story Written By Mr. Art Reed
Once upon a time there were three industrious young brothers who were blessed with a benevolent Uncle.
Each of the three young men had his own successful business. One built planes, one built trucks, and one built boats.
One reason they were so successful was that their benevolent Uncle bought many of their planes, trucks and boats.
“The journey itself is my home.”
365 days of homestays, high altitude cycling, and beautiful landscapes throughout India.
Delhi is a harsh place where poverty and wealth are seen in such extremes living side by side. The rickshaw drivers are considered some of the poorest people, often times not even making enough to eat though they risk their life and health daily as they pedal people around this very chaotic city.
I was able to visit the lotus temple, a Baha’i temple located in Delhi.
One of my first “local” experiences was cutting grass for a few days with these ladies near Manali. During the fall they frantically collect as much as they can in order to feed their cows throughout the snowy winter. Every evening they invited me back for tea and food in their homes after we were finished working.
Cycling through this area enabled (or…
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If you want to succeed in business there are certain things you’re going to have to do the same as everybody else, such as getting your name out there and, yes, paying your taxes on time. There are other things, however, that you should go out of your way to do completely differently, to buck the trend on, in order to secure your place in the history books of successful business owners of the twenty-first century.
With more and more people becoming self-employed and starting their own companies, the competition is stronger than ever before. Rather than letting that deter you, you should see it as a challenge, as something to thrive upon. Sure, you’re unlikely to get anywhere if you follow the same old rules and regulations. But if you choose to do things just that little bit differently to everybody else, success could be just around the corner.
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