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Avoid Being the "Innocent Spouse" this TAX Season!

Avoid Being the “Innocent Spouse” this TAX Season!

LOSS OF INNOCENCE By Jeff Schnepper, Author of How to Pay Zero Taxes 2016: Your Guide to Every Tax Break the IRS Allows It was clearly Barbara’s fault. The mutual fund was in her name and she didn’t report the dividends...
Steve Forbes has a plan for National Revival

Steve Forbes has a plan for National Revival

Excerpted from the Introduction of REVIVING AMERICA by Steve Forbes How do we revive America? Both left and right agree the nation has lost its way. The Great Recession that followed the historic financial meltdown of the mid-2000s officially ended...
THE REVISED AND EXPANDED EDITION IS FINALLY HERE!

THE REVISED AND EXPANDED EDITION IS FINALLY HERE!

Stephen Key poured everything he knew into the first edition of this book, One Simple Idea: Turn Your Dreams Into a Licensing Goldmine While Letting Others Do the Work. Something seems to have worked: Since it was published in 2011,...
Pay ZERO Taxes This Year!

Pay ZERO Taxes This Year!

ZERO TAX TALK By Jeff Schnepper, Author of How to Pay Zero Taxes 2015: Your Guide to Every Tax Break the IRS Allows    It’s been said that the only difference between death and taxes is that death doesn’t become...
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Alibaba’s Success Stems from Unleashing the Forces of Grassroots Entrepreneurship

Alibaba’s Success Stems from Unleashing the Forces of Grassroots Entrepreneurship

From THE ALIBIBA WAY, written by Dr. Ying Lowrey. Alibaba’s great innovation was to base its own growth and development on the unleashed entrepreneurship of grassroots enterprises. Previously in China, an individual’s creativity, capabilities, and ambitions were inhibited by social institutions that did not guarantee the rights of free enterprise and by a government that...  LearnMore
Winning the Auditing Game!

Winning the Auditing Game!

HOW TO SURVIVE AN AUDIT By Jeff Schnepper, Author of How to Pay Zero Taxes 2016: Your Guide to Every Tax Break the IRS Allows You filed on time and even paid what was due by April 15th. But none of that is relevant. You just got the envelope from the IRS and you finally won...  LearnMore
How to Think like a Millionaire Real Estate Agent

How to Think like a Millionaire Real Estate Agent

BIG QUESTIONS AND THE TOP OF THE WORLD With relatively low start-up costs and no hard ceilings, a real estate career seems perfectly tailored for any ambitious entrepreneur. In this industry, your limits are truly self-defined. Your approach, your ability, and your willingness to do the work of real estate sales will be the greatest determining factors...  LearnMore
Create Engaging Presentations: The Big Fish Process

Create Engaging Presentations: The Big Fish Process

Blog excerpt reposted from The Big Fish Blog, written by Big Fish Presentations.  For more about The Big Fish Presentations approach check out their latest book, The Big Fish Experience by Kenny Nguyen, Gus Murillo, Robert Killeen, and Luke Jones. Over the past few years, we have not only had the fortune to observe, but...  LearnMore
Cleveland Clinic's 10 Commandments of Innovation

Cleveland Clinic’s 10 Commandments of Innovation

Widely regarded as one of the most effective healthcare systems in the world, Cleveland Clinic’s uncommonly entrepreneurial and innovative culture has helped a small group practice blossom into a $6 billion healthcare system, renowned as the nation’s top heart hospital. Over the years, a set of tenets has evolved to guide their innovation efforts. Dr. Thomas...  LearnMore
Yawning and Smiling Babies: How We are Hardwired for Empathy

Yawning and Smiling Babies: How We are Hardwired for Empathy

From An Epidemic of Empathy in Healthcare: How to Deliver Compassionate, Connected Patient Care that Creates a Competitive Advantage, by Dr. Thomas Lee. *** Sociologists have hypothesized that we are hardwired for empathy, probably because it is essential to the survival of our species. It drives us to care for infants and help others through...  LearnMore
3 Tips to Faster, More Effective Meetings

3 Tips to Faster, More Effective Meetings

3 Tips for Faster, More Effective Meetings By @DougDevitre, author of Screen to Screen Selling: How to Increase Sales, Productivity, and Customer Experience with the Latest Technology. Who ever said meetings had to be an hour and that you have to show up in person to get the job done?  It simply isn’t a truth anymore with...  LearnMore
Customers Want Companies that are Driven to Delight

Customers Want Companies that are Driven to Delight

Guest Blog from bestselling author Joseph Michelli about his newest book, Driven to Delight. When it comes to innovation, marketing genius, and overall brand strength, few companies compare to Mercedes-Benz. HOWEVER, in 2011, prospective Mercedes-Benz buyers and vehicle owners were all too frequently having dealership experiences that were in need of overhaul! Most world-class customer...  LearnMore

What Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash Flow

Whether you’re an experienced income-property investor or a beginner just testing the waters for the first time, this book will tell you how to “run the numbers” on any real estate investment. It is designed to serve as an indispensable guide and reference. Like all types of investing, real estate requires that you develop a...  LearnMore
Millennials Are Hardworking  - They Work Long Hours

Millennials Are Hardworking – They Work Long Hours

Excerpted from What Millennials Want from Work by Jennifer Deal and Alec Levenson (January, 2016) We found that Millennials in our study work really hard: 56 percent work more than 9 hours a day, and 33 percent work more than 10 hours a day (the same is true for those older than Millennials). We were...  LearnMore
Recommendations for Managing Millennials (and Everyone Else)

Recommendations for Managing Millennials (and Everyone Else)

Excerpted from What Millennials Want from Work: How to Maximize Engagement in Today’s Workforce (January 2016), by Jennifer Deal and Alec Levenson. 1. Don’t worry about managing their parents. Most Millennials don’t want their parents to be intimately involved in their work life any more than Gen Xers or Baby Boomers do. Does this mean...  LearnMore

Six Qualities of a Vet That Translate to the Workplace

As seen on Military.com:  Military vets live by a strict moral code forged by adversity and intensive training, both physical and mental.  The intensity of their responsibilities develop them as leaders as well as trust-builders in a short period of time.  Their experiences make them perfect candidates for private sector jobs, according to Ed Hiner,...  LearnMore