Staff Meeting Time Savers

Have you found that staff meetings get off track with a lot of time spent that was not planned in your time management scheme of things for your business? Don’t worry this happens to a lot of businesses. This is especially true for the new entrepreneur that has employees. The reason for this may not seem clear, or it may …

The Choices You Make, Make You

Insanity is doing the same things over and over again, expecting different results. Where you are in life today is based on the decisions that you made in the past. If you’re not where you want to be today, make different decisions. Do you want to learn more, grow more, be more or have more? Find out how you can …

How Homeschoolers Benefit From Entrepreneurial Education

Homeschoolers benefit when including entrepreneurial education into their curriculum. The homeschool wave is growing exponentially and will continue. Adding to the curriculum helps to prepare our future generation to meet the ever-changing growth and needs of this country. Why not jump start students on the road to success by including programs that will prepare them to take charge of their …

How College Kills Entrepreneurship

“Go to school. Get a good job. Work for 30 years and retire comfortably with your pension.” Isn’t that what our families have told us for years? It’s a lie. The world is different. People don’t work at jobs for 30 years anymore. Pensions have all but disappeared. Graduating from college doesn’t guarantee a job. How many people do you …

7 Steps to Raising Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship is one of the few career choices in life that still allows for unlimited growth opportunity. As a parent, I believe that part of my job is to raise my children with the ability to handle the hardships of this world, build character and have a heart for others. I also believe that as a parent, it is my …

Why Own a Business?

A Journey through the Solar System. Yes, it’s a class. My cousin was a business student at UT Knoxville. She took that class amongst many others. Her cost to go to UT? $239,350 (Including room and board, fees, books and other school-related expenses.) That was 11 years ago. She’s still paying on her student loans. She enjoyed the class and others that …

Don’t Most Small Businesses Fail?

Many new small businesses do go under within their first couple of years. “What he [President Obama] misunderstands is that nine out of 10 businesses fail, so nine out of 10 times, he’s going to give it to the wrong people. ” — Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), interview on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Jan. 26, 2014 There’s a problem with his …