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The Back Pocket Conglomerate

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How often have you experienced a great service or product, and then raved about it to people you know? If you’re like most people, plenty, I bet. And if the person you’ve told about this great experience then purchases the same product or service you did, then the business in question gets their due reward. […]

Cashing In from Bringing Small Local Businesses into the Digital Age

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In the days of old (okay, just 10 years ago), if a local small business owner wanted their business to succeed, they might buy an ad the phone book or spring for space in the local newspaper or penny saver. These days, however, in the digital age, print ads are quickly losing their effectiveness, impact, […]

Early Back to School Sales

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Back-to-school already? Didn’t we just celebrate the July 4th holiday?  How is it already time for retailers to roll out their back-to-school campaigns? In fact it’s not time to already be hearing this call to arms from retailers. Most kids still have about five weeks left of summer vacation before they head back to school. […]

The Gorilla in the Room

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By Jim Sheridan. For over a decade now tens of thousands of people have come to me for guidance on wealth, goal-setting, motivation, and other self-help matters. I have a filing cabinet full of testimonials as evidence of this. I’ve reached out to these students through courses, books, manuals, DVDs, and face-to-face in seminars in […]

Cashing In on Getting Slim

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Think fast: what’s the one kind of book you’re guaranteed to find on almost all bookshelves? Sure, John Grisham will probably be there, one or two Tom Clancy’s, maybe even an old book of dirty jokes. I’m sure you’ve guessed it: the kind of book I’m talking about is a diet book. And that’s why […]

A Simple Plan For Avoiding Splurge Shopping

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My inbox has been flooded with member emails lately! I don’t have time to respond to every email but I do make time to read them all. Today one in particular caught my eye. It was from a woman named Jan C. who is from Arkansas. Jan is obviously a very smart woman. She started […]

A Pain in the Assets

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By Jim Sheridan Hello again, and welcome to another blueprint for our ongoing escape tunnel. I write this as I stare at a long line of cars at the coffee shop drive-thru at 8:45 a.m. These are no doubt people on their way to a job. People who complain about having too little money, not […]

Make Your Own Local Business Directory

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If you’re the kind of person who’s good at talking to people and making connections, then creating a website that advertises online for local businesses might just be your ticket out of the 9 – 5 grind. You’ll be developing contacts in your own neighborhood and helping your community’s economic growth – all in your […]

Avoid Overspending on Your Pet

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If you remember correctly I told you about how I save money traveling with my pet cat, Chairman Meow. I reviewed the best ways to find good deals on airline flights and hotel stays when traveling with her.  I thought the article was pretty informative and well done, but I might be biased. Frankly I’m […]

How to Beat The Odds

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By Jim Sheridan Welcome back, and please let me start by asking you a question that I’d like you to answer honestly: What are the odds that you’ll make a million dollars for yourself? 10-1? 50-1? 100-1? 1,000-1?? Which is it for you? All those answers are wrong, and this week I’d like to explain […]

Marketing with Facebook

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The recent headlines confirm it: Facebook is a juggernaut of a company. The massively popular social media site, started by some college kids, recently made a big splash during its IPO. It was a bit of rocky start, true. But the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, is still one of the youngest billionaires in the […]

How To Get Your Boss To Let Your Work From Home

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Finally a study has emerged that’s scientifically proven what I’ve been touting for years. Working from home is more efficient than pulling an eight hour shift at the office. If given the chance most employees would prefer to work from home. Who wouldn’t? Staying in your pajamas till three o’clock, rolling out of bed ten […]

Mountains into Molehills

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By Jim Sheridan. My friend, welcome back to another episode. I expect you’re gathering gunpowder and burger meat ready for the 4th July, and everyone loves a party. And a day off work- a day free of servitude to an employer to celebrate overthrowing those tyrannical British. So I thought we’d have a chat about […]

 
 
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