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Long Hours

Working Hard Is Not the Same as Working Smart

The number of hours an employee works in a day does not equal how effective they are.

5 Amazing Tools for Every Internet-Based Entrepreneur

Even in the virtual world, tools make you much more productive.

6 Reasons a Smartphone Is All You Need to Get Rolling

Today's smartphone does so much that it's almost fair to say that an entrepreneur who insists they need more is really procrastinating. Just do it.

How Can Entrepreneurs Improve Their Personal Relationships? 8 Experts Weigh in.

The first step: Assess your priorities. Then create boundaries.

6 Sales Secrets to Turn a Rookie Into a Sales Superstar

Here's a tip: You're a consultant, not a salesperson. So, figure out what you're really selling.

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