Category: General

How The Purge Ruined My Sunday

I must admit, The Purge is the worst movie I have seen this year! I am actually glad I did not go to the cinema to watch this as I had originally planned to. When the Blue-ray came out last...

/ March 23, 2014
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Brice On Ice: Super-cool Art

I used to write a lot about small business success stories and craftsmen and their artisan like qualities. Then I stopped. For no apparent reason. I did write a few craftsmanship articles for one of my business websites, but not for my...

/ January 23, 2013
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No Time To Think!

It is Sunday evening and time to write my daily post. I and my family had a marathon session of Downton Abbey Season #3 – all 8 episodes in one day. We started in the morning and ended at almost...

/ January 13, 2013

30 Day Challenge 2013 – Day 1

Ever since I started following Matt Cutts’ 30 Day Challenge series last year I was quite to try one of my own. In December I decided that I would try 2 30 Day challenges in the New Year. The first...

/ January 1, 2013

The 4 Most Important Employees Every Startup Needs

While you can start a business with nothing more than a great idea and a lot of drive, it’ll take a lot more than that if you want it to succeed. Your startup’s most critical phase is the early stages,...

/ October 18, 2012

Why Hiring Friends is a Bad Idea?

Hiring friends is a dangerous proposition, but one that many business owners and managers still dive into without understanding all of the risks. There are many reasons why people consider hiring friends. Maybe someone desperately needs a job, and they...

/ October 17, 2012

Small Business Blogging Tips

You have a product with great value. You have determined that it is something people want. You have decided to blog about your product but you’re not sure about the best way to write your content. Today, we’ll look at...

/ October 4, 2012

Coupon Marketing: Is It Worth It?

At a glance, coupon marketing is a win/win strategy – you reach a huge deal of new customers while shoppers enjoy substantial savings. But is it really? Like print coupons, the primary use of online coupons is to promote one’s...

/ September 25, 2012

A 12 Year Old Entrepreneur’s Philosophy

When Joseph Semprevivo was nine years old, he was diagnosed with diabetes. His doctor advised him to stay away from any kinds of sweets. Joseph’s parents owned an ice cream shop and you can just imagine how challenging it was...

/ September 21, 2012

Changing Lanes In Business

As I was driving down the highway, back from dropping my kid off at school, I began to think about the way we handle traffic. I identified three types of traffic lane handlers. The Leopards – Those who jumped from lane...

/ September 6, 2012