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Richard Branson’s Books: Why Did We Review Three?

In one weekend, we read and reviewed three Richard Branson books. Here’s what we learned. And… here’s how to read his books.

 

Richard Branson’s Books: Why Did We Review Three?

When we mentioned Richard Branson in one of our posts we got an instant, strong, positive response. And why not? He’s an iconoclast who’s made good on his own terms. He started from nothing, and he’s been at it for over 40 years. When he writes… should we read? There was only one way to find out. So, in one weekend, we read three of Richard Branson’s best-known books. What we found entertained us, surprised us, and occasionally, dismayed us.

 

GoodBusiness Monday Morning with Kickstarter, Creativity and a Link

GoodBusiness Monday Morning readers know that we usually start our week with a person.  This week we’re starting off with many people… the entrepreneurs of Kickstarter. Kickstarter is my business innovation inspiration.  When I wonder where the next good product is coming from, or what’s going on in my region, […]

 

4 Sweetspot Entrepreneur Ages: 7, 16, 22 and 65

The best entrepreneurship opportunities don’t depend on your skills, profession or location. In this short post I explain why I think that 7, 16, 22 and 65 are the “sweetspot” ages to start your new enterprise.

 

Two Merchandising Tips for Growth and Success

I’ve been studying a great post that’s chock full of merchandising tips.   Here are my two favorite tips, my must-remember takeaways for merchandizing success. Many vendors make the mistake of believing their product will sell itself. While it is true that good craftsmanship is important – it is NOT what […]

 

Business Success Stories: the Long Term

There are many kinds of business success stories.  We read all about entrepreneurs who started a company, grew it though venture capital and then went public; they’re stars and they deserve it.  However, there aren’t many entrepreneurs who started their own companies and then stayed there for a whole career. […]