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Change your game?

Changeyourgame.com! What a great name for a website and it’s for real. Only problem is unless you are a golfer it’s not for you, but what a great idea. What if you could “change your game”?  Just go to a website and get yourself changed.

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Laid Off At 50?

The December Issue of the AARP Bulletin contains an article about individuals who were laid off from their jobs after the age of 50.   Some were 60 and older.  It tells the story about how the individuals started their own enterprises and found satisfaction in them. The article also reported that 15 percent of workers […]

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Need To Make A Prototype? The 3D Scanner Maybe Your Answer.

Need to make a working prototype for a part you want to manufacture?  I just came across an interesting web site (www.nextengine.com) that featured a 3Dscanner and machine that can make an image of the part from which a plastic prototype can be made very inexpensively. It was featured on www.jaylenosgarage.com.  Leno wanted to replace a broken a part on an early 1900 […]

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Are you looking at your business with double vision? Perhaps you should.

In speaking with today’s entrepreneur’s,  I often find, that many of them have started their business or want to start a business with the sole purpose of making lots of money, or enough money to live comfortably (what’s comfortably?). They really don’t consider what they want their business to become.  In my opinion you need […]

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The “Business of Business” is a Universal Language.

This morning I was responding to an email from a new member of our website who lives in South America. Suddenly I thought, it really doesn’t make a difference about the language or culture, the basics of business are universal. Given cultural differences, laws and regulations and education, the central theme to business is clients/customers, satisfaction […]

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“Finger licking good” or “bite your fingers off”.

Taking your business into a foreign marketplace can be a very difficult challenge. Understanding the sociocultural forces (religion, language,manners customs, values and attitudes), economic forces (exchange rates, currency valuation), laws, and infrastructure and environmental forces are vital to a company’s success in the foreign markets.  These factors will vary from country to country. The KFC patented slogan “Finger […]

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