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Business Idea: Salsa Dancing Even if you have two left feet, this Latin rhythm can be big biz.

By Nichole L. Torres

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Dancers and entrepreneurs have nothing in common, right? Exceptthat they're both passionate about what they do, devoting longhours to that passion and tasting the sweet elixir of success onlyafter a ton of hard work. OK, perhaps they're more alike thanwe thought. Running a business can be similar to dancing a routine:You have to practice; it's your life's work; you have towear special shoes...wait--bad analogy.

Thankfully, the connection between salsa dancing andentrepreneurship isn't as difficult to see. From creating salsaWeb sites to producing instructional videos to managing a dancecompany, these salseros, as they're called, do itall.

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