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Originality Is Sooo “Yesterday”

When The Beatles recorded their hit, “Yesterday” in 1965, I’m pretty sure they weren’t expecting it to later become the most covered song ever written. With over 1600 recorded cover versions (according to the 2009 Guinness Book of World Records), … Continue reading

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iPhone, iPads and Kindles – You Can't Do That

As I left my office last night, the rain was pouring down. So, as any normal human would do, I immediately pulled out my iPhone, which seems to have an app to take care of everything. But, sadly, I could … Continue reading

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Entrepreneurs need to smell the roses too

By nature, entrepreneurs are fast-paced non-stop workers. Upon finishing one task, we quickly move on to the next. We never stop thinking.  We dream about ideas while we eat, while we sleep and while we work. Even as I sat … Continue reading

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The Small Army Musical Entrepreneur Test

Have you heard about the Isenberg Entrepreneur Test? It was published in the Harvard Business Review and I checked it out because the author (Professor Daniel Isenberg) has shaped the minds of a number of budding entrepreneurs at respected academic … Continue reading

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“I am the eggman, I am the walrus, coocoo cachoo…”

John Lennon was inspired to sing about the walrus from Lewis Carroll’s poem, “The Walrus and the Carpenter”. To Lennon, the poem was an indictment of capitalism. Which got me to thinking, ‘where would we be as entrepreneurs without capitalism?’ … Continue reading

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