Saturday, August 26, 2017

The Cupcake Junkie

Opening her own cupcakery -- the Cupcake Junkie -- was something Robyn Selders always wanted to do but never thought would happen.
For the past five years, Selders had been teaching the Read 180 program at Woodlawn Middle School. But in 2016, she didn't feel "the butterflies" that usually came with the start of a new school year.
That life became routine.

Her new life plan was simple:  sell cupcakes like she had been doing for the past three years, substitute teach and drive/deliver food for Waitr. That would be enough to pay her bills.

Learn more here on how it all worked out.

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Bet On the Business, Not on Your Life

There are challenges on the road to business success.
We’ve all heard stories like this. Maybe you have a friend who started a business and went into serious debt like me [Chad Boyda]. Or an uncle who let his business destroy his marriage. Or a ruined friendship after a partnership didn’t work out.
In the article below, Chad shows you what he learned about starting a business the hard way, and how you can do it without experiencing the same hardships he did. He covers four key points:
  1. Proven techniques to come up with great business ideas
  2. How to validate your business ideas before spending a dime
  3. Four ways to scale your business with maximum return and lowest risk
  4. How to NOT fail in business
Read more ...

Sunday, August 06, 2017

Work Less for More Success

How many times have you said to someone, "I am working my a*^ off but I love what I am doing!"  But what if I told you that rest is as important as work?  Yes, according to the article below, rest will really propel you to new efficiency heights.
The answer isn't to forego work for sleep or vice versa. It's to make sure you have the right amount of time for both. By learning to work smarter, you can become a better leader -- and a healthier one, too. Here are four ways to work less and achieve more.
Read:  4 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Work Less For More Success