Bribery—An Endorsed Parenting Strategy (How to Survive Kindergarten)

September 9, 2015 by Carrie De Simas

My son just finished his first day of junior kindergarten. Thanks to the nature of my business, he had been home with me from the day of his birth until now. I had him in social classes like gymnastics and cooking to help him make friends and socialize but otherwise,

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How to Sell More Books

September 23, 2015 by Alex Cooper

Every day hundreds of books are published in each genre. There are lots of options to help your book stand out from the crowded bookshelves and online categories. You can pay for advertising, do endless book blog tours and try to befriend every reader you come across.  At the end

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What makes you evil?

August 5, 2015 by William Tanner

In today’s chaotic world, there is a lot of emphasis being put on the battle between good and evil. Gone are the primary colored superheroes of the 1980s where Superman gallantly defended the world from evil, and where there were no questions about who was good and who was bad. 

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Giving Back—What’s Your Number?

September 30, 2015 by Carrie De Simas

Like most entrepreneurs, I get a lot of requests for my work on a pro bono basis. Charities, not-for-profits, startups, and community organizations contact me on a regular basis. Many of these groups are trying to do good things on minimal budgets.  Unfortunately, the truth of the matter is that

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