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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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How would you like this to happen to you? A few days ago in downtown Turkey in a district popular with tourists, 2 buildings spontaneously collapsed. One minute it was business as normal, the next everything comes crashing down. Luckily, they said nobody was hurt. I'm not sure how that's possible, but that's what they're claiming at the moment. Turkish authorities said that both buildings were closed for construction. It seems to beg the question - doesn't construction usually involve BUILDING or reinforcing things? If they were set for demolition the fact that they came down wouldn't have been a surprise, would it? But it can be like this in business - on the outside everything looks fine. The next - the business is laying dead in a heap of rubble, while everyone else stands around wondering how it happened. The number one reason for business failure? A lack of capital. If your business isn't gro...

 
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The other day I saw an article how a kid ran up an 8 grand Xbox bill. Can you imagine? EIGHT THOUSAND. For Xbox stuff. I've had surprise bills before, but nothing like that. Nothing like that related to Xbox purchases anyways. Needless to say, his parents were pretty mad. How is a regular working-class person supposed to pay that off? If your pay is directly linked to the number of hours you work, it will take FOREVER to take care of a surprise bill like that. On the other hand, to prepare against something like this, starting an online side biz doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg. And I can give you a hand with the technical startup parts: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to building something NOW to safeguard against unexpected bills in the future, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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Firing customers can be one of the quickest tricks to increase profit and reducing stress-load by about 80 percent. This podcast was made for people who want their business to work for them - not the other way around.

 
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Unless you're top dog in your industry, chances are there is at least one person a little higher on the food chain than you are. This makes you an underdog. And conventional wisdom doesn't always apply when you're fighting a larger opponent. Take the most famous underdog story ever written: David vs Goliath. Bible stories offend you? I'm sure you're strong enough to look past that to see the point. Here's the short version if you don't know it: David was a shepherd boy who ended up going to fight a giant, veteran warrior who was threatening to invade his land. All the other men of the nation were too scared to go. So David went. Did he get suited up in armor to go scrap? Nope. He went out wearing regular clothes, bringing only his sling and a couple rocks. Goliath had a shield and spear so big that he had two men carry them out to battle. When Goliath saw David, the seven foot giant started t...


 
 
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