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There's something to be said for hard work. Really - there is. But if you can slingshot ahead of the competition with an easy trick....why wouldn't you? In our latest podcast, we investigate this whole idea by giving you a map to greatness. Sound good? Great. You can check it out here: http://bizdevshots.com/podcast-the-fastest-way-to-greatness/ Here's to leaving the competition in the dust, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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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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From political power plays to a jock itch epidemic that could ruin Canada, we cover how you can get things done without getting your hands dirty. The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene

 
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There is a custom in India that doesn't make much sense to me. Actually, as it's been recently outlawed in India - they don't think it makes much sense anymore either. But some continue to practice it. The custom? Shooting off celebratory gunfire at a wedding. In the last two weeks, 2 people were accidentally killed from this. One was a boy in a neighboring town, the other was a groom. Like with most bad ideas, it probably seemed like a good idea at the time. Maybe it was even fueled by some celebratory drinks. But it ended badly. Same can be said when it comes to running the ad campaign for your biz on your own. Seemed like a good idea at the time, but ends up causing grief. Don't shoot yourself in the foot by going at it without help: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to avoiding needless mistakes that can kill your dreams of a healthy future for your biz, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Pod...

 
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