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A more traditional way to Start an Online Business…

Seth Godin (acclaimed author and teacher) says to start your first business this way: Begin with the smallest possible project in which someone will pay you money to solve a problem they know they have. Charge less than it’s worth and more than it costs you. Repeat The beauty about doing so with an Online Business is that not only is it simple to do; it can be done far more cheaply than to go a more traditional route. Don’t worry so much about the ‘online’ part. It is only a tool, a mechanism to reach people who need to…

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We Are All Artists Now… Seth Godin

“We know how much you care, and it’s a shame that the system works overtime to push you away from the people and the projects you care about. The world does not owe you a living, but just when you needed it, it has opened the door for you to make a difference. They told you to get your résumé in order, to punch your ticket, to fit in, and to follow instructions. They told you to swallow your pride, not to follow your dream. They promised trinkets and prizes and possibly riches if you would just suck it up…

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The Bootstrapper’s Bible – Seth Godin

I think Entrepreneurial Mothers are quite a natural at bootstrapping… nevertheless its always worth looking at new ways of being able to do something with as minimal money as possible! There are after all only two things you can invest and they are time and money… if you don’t have the money, that only leaves one! Use it wisely by reading Seth Godin’s manifesto, The Bootstrapper’s Bible, its well worth. Let me know what you think?

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One; a few; most or all…

Seth Godin tells us that there are four kinds of marketing situations, and the approach to each is radically different. Yet most of the time, we lump them together as just plain ‘marketing’. Here’s a quick list of how the four differ: ONE: You’re a needle, the market is a haystack. Make your needle as sharp as you can, put it in as many haystacks as you can afford. Alternatively, you’ve already decided on your one (the date for the prom or the perfect job). In that case, throw the haystack out and engage in a custom, one-on-one patient effort…

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