Monthly Archives: August 2011

Use Your 401(k) to Start Your Entrepreneurial Way

Radio host Hugh Hewitt recently came back from a summer cruise with a rather novel idea: the federal government allow 401(k) holders to withdraw their accounts at no 10% penalty to start businesses. We happen think this is a rather … Continue reading

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Staying Committed to Your Business Plan?

After reading a blog this week about staying committed to your business plan, which appeared to be directed at early startups, I thought I’d comment on the situation. 1. How are you doing to your goals of being at x … Continue reading

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How Do I Be An Entrepreneur?

Forbes recently held a conference on this subject, and I hope the participants didn’t pay too much money to attend. Hopefully a few lightbulbs went off and attendees got some ideas. But, Michael Dell was asked the question in the … Continue reading

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How You Know When It’s Time to Hire

There was last week a blogpost in BusiessNewsDaily.com about when it’s time to hire, but I think it left out a few salient factors. 1. It seemed to be more oriented to startups hiring their first employee, but there are … Continue reading

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When To Take The Plunge

We got an interesting question from a young potential entrepreneur last week on when to consider starting your own business. This is a subject that’s not often written on, (most of the commentary just focuces on how successful they were), … Continue reading

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