Is it better to be the leader or the follower? The answer might surprise you

This video is the best explanation of momentum that I have ever seen. Derek Sivers poses a great question: who is more influential to a movement, the leader or the initial followers?

New York Times: Still on the Job, but at Half the Pay

“What this means,” said Thomas J. Nardone, an assistant commissioner at the bureau, “is that the amount of money people are paid has taken a big hit; not just those who have lost their jobs, but those who are still employed.”

TIME Magazine: 10 Questions for Robert Kiyosaki

TIME Magazine sat down with Robert Kiyosaki to get his views on the conspiracy of the rich and his views on business today, why the middle class is fading, and outlines the 4 main reasons people remain poor.

Home Business Review: Is The Yoli Better Body System A Scam?

An open, honest review outlining both the positive and negative aspects of Yoli’s company, products and business opportunity.

Rod Cook Explains Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Economic Recessions

When people think about an economic recession the first thought that comes to mind is, “What am I going to do?”

5 lessons essential for any business

Some lessons, if learned and lived by, will never get old and will always turn heads and raise eyebrows if implemented well and with consistency.

Is Gaining Control The Best Way To Reduce Stress?

Studies show that the lower you are on the corporate or social ladder the more your body is adversely affected by stress. Some of the negative effects of stress on our bodies are more than a little scary. The more control one has the better they were able to deal with stress and the less it seemed to affect their bodies. It was when I heard that I had a “eureka” moment.

No Business Plan = No Tax Benefits

We all must pay our share - the key is to ONLY pay your share

No business plan means your tax benefits may be taken away from you during an audit. No matter how you slice it, any home business without a good business plan can and has been considered a “hobby” by the IRS.

The truth about income claims

Recently I saw a post on a social networking site where a leader in a network marketing (MLM) company bragged about the number of people in their downline and the gobs of money the individual was making in such a short time. While it is fairly common to see posts using income claims as a means for recruitment, this particular post got me thinking. I know many good, well meaning people that talk about the money their upline makes as a decision point for joining their business.

Many don’t know that they are, in fact, committing a crime.

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