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There's nothing like that sick feeling when the cost of a project or ad campaign spirals out of control. It happens all the time in business, and in construction. Even when people decide to use recycled materials, things can still get out of hand. A couple in Denver recently started building a 4,000 square foot home by using 9 used shipping containers. They only cost $2,200 to start. The rest of the build before landscaping cost over $500,000. They say they are happy with their home. Not sure if they're trying to downplay how sick they feel over spending that much or if they're truly happy. You can get the same feeling sometimes when you look at the financials of your biz. If that's the case, here's a quick trick to turn things around and get your biz financials pointed back towards the black: http://bizdevshots.com/podcast-turn-the-ship-around-go-from-a-leaky-deathtrap-to-a-luxury-yacht/ Here's to feeling great about your...

 
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There's all kinds of cool stuff people spend their money on. From the cliche diamonds and cars, to weird exotic pets, people spend money on the strangest stuff. And if you're the dictator of a 3rd World country - or even the leader of a free one - you have seemingly endless amounts of money to spend. Take even the conservative nation of Canada: Premier Justin Trudeau took his family on a vacation in a private jet. No big deal you say? True, it sounds typical. But it turns out he spent over $50k just to have a private jet sit on the tarmack waiting for them in case they wanted to use it. Not bad when you have a seemingly bottom-less supply of taxpayer money. If you don't have a limitless supply of moolah, check our guides on how to grow your online biz: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to building your biz so you can buy what you want, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com


 
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Yup, it's true. A thief in China recently tried to rob a jewelry store using a bulldozer. There are ALL KINDS of people in this world. Apparently the guy grabbed a bulldozer, drove it "slowly but surely" all the way to the jewelry store and then began ramming the door with said bulldozer. Not too subtle. But it was effective. Well, in getting the door open anyways. The police showed up moments after he had rammed the door and caught him red-handed trying to swipe the jewels. Not sure if his plan was to try and use the bulldozer as an escape vehicle or not. And on that note, here's my not-so-subtle sales pitch to grow your biz asap: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to getting results even if it's about as subtle as using a bulldozer to open a door, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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There is NOTHING like having your business working for you 24/7. Having systems in place that work whether you're there or not is completely freeing. I'll never forget one of the first times this happened for me. I was on vacation with my wife and we were staying at a B&B at one of our favorite wineries. At the end of the day, as we sat on the porch over the vineyard enjoying some wine, I logged in and saw that I had made more money that day while on vacation than I would have if I had been working at my regular job. It's a feeling that will change your life. But you've got to have a system in place. And to have a system in place, you've got to follow some VERY specific steps. Here are those steps: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to making more money while you're enjoying yourself than you ever will working for someone else, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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Whenever it gets close to the Super Bowl, people get excited. Sure, some for the game, others for the ads that they play during it. Each ad costs $5 million dollars per spot. Top top it off, the American Marketing Association says that they don't really help sell more product. Sure, we all remember the funny ad. But did we all run out and buy that product because of it? So do these ad spots translate directly into sales? Does it fatten the bottom line? Nope. Not according to the AMA. Why not? Because it's interruption-based advertising and un-targeted. More than half the people want to actually WATCH THE GAME. And unless they are amused by the occasional funny commercial, they are going to fast-forward through all the ads. Bye bye ad spend. And targeting? Not a chance. The closest you get to being able to pinpoint an audience is to assume that around half of them like to watch football....

 
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