The $100 Million Dollar Challenge

Posted by on Oct 2, 2008 in Entrepreneurship, Internet Marketing

Internet Marketing Guru, Russell Brunson, just launched his new $100 Million Dollar challenge contest and is giving away a Corvette to the winner. The whole idea behind the contest is to help members of the contest earn a cumulative $100 million dollars. I’ve had the privilege to work for Russell in the past so I know that he really knows what he’s talking about when it comes to internet marketing. Even if the contest doesn’t really interest you, it is well worth your time to check out what he is giving away inside the member’s area, since it comes with a bunch of...

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Entrepreneurial Personality Test

Posted by on Mar 9, 2008 in Entrepreneurship, Personality Test

While browsing through my unpublished blog drafts I came across the results of a personality test which I apparently had planned on commenting on and publishing as a blog post. I decided to do some research and find out the source of the test, so I can share it with you in case you wanted to try it yourself. The test was the entrepreneurial personality test by The Entrepreneur Next Door. Below are my results: Overall Score = 76 Drive to succeed = 74 Social network = 72 Outlook on success = 79 Openness to new ideas = 80 Drive to succeed: Score = 74 Drive to...

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Salehoo Review – Is A Scam?

Posted by on Aug 5, 2007 in Entrepreneurship, Internet, Review

Competition is getting tougher and tougher in online retailing. But, here you are, still aspiring to earn bucks by selling products online. Who wants to quit right? Nobody. So, you always try to find the best deals available so you can double your profits. And after researching online, shows up, claiming they will direct you “to the most legitimate, reliable Product wholesalers, manufacturers, liquidators and drop-shippers, and you can get the results you want FAST.” What will you do now? SaleHoo? Whether you are looking for products to sell on eBay, on your retail...

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The Business Ventures of The Simpsons

Posted by on Jul 25, 2007 in Entrepreneurship

According to a recent article at the fictional town of Springfield in the popular TV show The Simpson’s is full of examples of entrepreneurship. Among the most entrepreneurial of the town are The Simpsons themselves. From the article: Perhaps more than any other family in sitcom land, the Simpsons are an entrepreneurial bunch. Homer sees all situations as potential money-making opportunities, and Bart is following in his footsteps. Homer has gone into business with his father, and his long-lost brother, Herb, was a successful entrepreneur–at least until he met...

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Venture Capital, Entrepreneurship, and Private Equity

Posted by on Jan 22, 2007 in Entrepreneurship

I had the opportunity to attend the University Private Equity Conference, where I got an in-depth look at the traditionally hidden world of private equity. From panels on venture capital and entrepreneurship to leveraged buyouts, to the basics such as liquidation and legal, UPED tackles all the issues in private equity today. It was a very good conference. I learned a lot, met some pretty cool people, and had some really good meals (including possibly the best steak dinner of my life). A few notable entrepreneurs that were there who either spoke or who I met personally were Tim Westergren,...

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A Great Opportunity For Young Utah Entrepreneurs

Posted by on Jan 15, 2007 in Entrepreneurship

I just heard that Junto Parnters is accepting applications for their 2007 program. From the Junto Partners Website… The Junto program is also designed to lead you through a journey of self discovery regarding your true aptitude to be a successful entrepreneur. By working through the content and materials of the program, you will see more clearly your inherent attributes that will contribute to your success as an entrepreneur. And you will also become painfully aware of your limitations which will need to be addressed if you hope to succeed. The Junto program is designed to emphasize...

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