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Whenever Warren Buffett approached a new field of endeavor he’d ask someone who was a master in it to teach him how to win at it not just how to play. Buffett credits his success to this question. If you’re unclear how the distinction works, think of this example. Your high school civics teacher k Read More
How does the growth strategy used by Marcus in The Profit differ from that of The Tycoon Playbook?

This question comes up on a regular basis since I write about Marcus a lot. How does Marcus's growth strategy compare and contrast with that of The Tycoon Playbook? Well, I like to use him and his Read More
The rules are there are no rules. - Aristotle Onassis

In the first season of Fargo there's a memorable scene where Billy Bob Thornton's character reveals to Martin Freeman's perpetually downtrodden one a big secret of life. "Your problem is you spent your whole life thinking there are rules. The Read More
The rich are different than you and me. - F Scott Fitzgerald

There's a brilliant scene in the first season of HBO's Silicon Valley where the shy oddball Peter Gregory demonstrates how billionaires can quickly tie the dots together to make millions. In the scene Peter is being chased by two despe Read More
Marcus Lemonis of the hit television series is looking for a new business partner. The lucky future tycoon will first have to undergo and win an Apprentice like television series.

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Calling All Tycoon Playbook Grads!

You now have a shot at becoming Marcus Lemonis's wingman.

Marcus Lemonis announces new CNBC show 'The Partner

Marcus Lemonis is looking for someone he can train and groom as his new business partner. Could that be you? Read More
This post is aimed at the entrepreneur on a tight budget who is going to have to go it alone, at least initially, without any outsiders bankrolling his or her venture. (That's about 95% of us.)

Research conducted into the Inc 500 startups over the years and has identified a theme running throug Read More
Lessons in Raising Outside Capital

I just want to add a few points here about raising capital from angel investors and venture capitalists having had a fair amount of experience in the area. Practically every first time entrepreneur who is turned down takes it personally when it's rarely the cas Read More
These are just a few of the benefits of having recurring revenues for your business. See my other post here on the ways you can create them. If you find this topic of interest please hit Follow as I will write more about RMRs. Read More
Frankly speaking, I don't know where to begin with this episode. This could well be the most unpleasant episode of the past three years. If not, it certainly ties with Maarse Florists, LA Dog Works, Skullduggery, and WorldTrailers for the worst of the worst.

Right from the get go, the viewer pic Read More

This Could Be One of the Most Underestimated Employee Benefits

What's more important than salaries at your small business? Small business owners and entrepreneurs sometimes believe they …

Chris Farmer @CorporateCoachG Trains Your Team

If you feel your management style is lacking, Chris Farmer has some ideas for that. Ironically, it was another … More
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