The Wealth Gap, Wealth Distribution and Wealth Inequality (Is It Getting Worse?)

I’m sure you’ve heard business people and others say… that the “1%-class” belongs to the richest people on the planet. For the world, that means that out of 7 billion people on our green planet, only a very small fraction belong to the ‘untouchables’. In a recent study from Credit Suisse Research Institute, it found…

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Do You Have Any Of These Entrepreneurial Behavioral Problems?

“The Entrepreneur is the loneliest person in the world”. You may have heard that expression before. But, it’s true. The entrepreneur is most often the creative, strategic and visionary, a true change agent. Your output and best work is not something you just “come up with” hanging around the office. You need peace and quiet. You…

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6 Things You Must Know Seeking Employment Agencies For Jobs

Image via Wikipedia Making the decision to work at home and selecting a field to pursue won’t be enough to get the ball rolling. Unless you plan on building your own business from the ground up, you will need to know where to go to find home-based jobs and opportunities. There are a number of…

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10 Solutions To Isolation Issues For Moms Working At Home

Depending on what type of business you plan on pursuing, you might find yourself cut off a bit from other people. Computer-based careers, for example, can have you working at home and never actually getting out and seeing people beyond the family for days on end. While this is not a problem for many, it…

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5 Secrets To Self-Discipline When Working At Home

Image by gertys via Flickr It will not matter at all how much money you’ve socked aside to get started or how supportive your family is, if you can’t motivate yourself, you’re in trouble. Your own self-worth is at risk. Money will not matter if you cannot get yourself on a regular schedule and with…

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5 Major Family Rules For Working-At-Home Moms

Hey you power moms going back to work! You may only have a 29 second commute, and happy to not drive a car, and to zip into the office and desk from almost any room in the house. But, going into an at-home work venture without solid family support for the idea can prove to…

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What Jeffrey Hayzlett *Really* Thinks About Social Media and Entrepreneurship

I recently sat down with Jeffrey Hayzlett, the ex-CMO of Kodak. We had met earlier this year at another big social media event, but I finally was able to get him to reveal details of his inner secrets. This included more thoughts on running your own business, leveraging social media and what it takes to…

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