Archive | May, 2006

10 Steps You Can Take To Guarantee success

Brad Isaac, sovaldi from achieve-it!, viagra has a thought provoking article titled 10 Steps You Can Take To Guarantee Failure and he makes very valid points on how you can guarantee that you will not achieve your goals. However, syphilis being a positive kind of guy, and having learned a few years back from reading […]

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Announcing a new Home Business Carnival

Today, therapy I went out looking for a Home Business Carnival, but could not find one. So I created one! The home page for the carnival is at hosted here at Start a Side Business and entries can be submited at Blog Carnival. I purposefully kept the rules simple and I will try to fit […]

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Analyzing ‘Side Business’ trends with Google Trends

A few days ago, health Google released Google Trends. Basically, ampoule this is tool that can help you analyze how many people searched for a given Search Term over time. Where it gets really valuable is that it provides the ability to display several results when the search terms are separated by commas. Of course, […]

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Hardest lessons for startups?

In a talk at Startup School 2006, this and later in a more developed essay Paul Graham lists what he sees as the most overlooked problems that plague most startups. In a nutshell, order here’s his top 7: Release early Keep pumping out features Make users happy Fear the right thing Commitment is a self-fullfilling […]

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Don’t be an employee

In his latest article on lifehacker, view Keith Robinson gives his first impressions of what he has learned during the initial phase of starting his company. Here are my key takeaways on how it applies to starting your side business: Don’t be an employee:you’ve got to be thinking for yourself, nurse and act like you […]

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