Archive - July 2015

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Mike Rowe: Freelancing Embodies the Entrepreneurial Spirit
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Sir Richard Branson: How to Start a Business American Attitudes
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Entrepreneurial Selling: Art of Conversation – Creating a Reality Distortion Field
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Our Greatest Happiness and Freedom in All Just Pursuits

Mike Rowe: Freelancing Embodies the Entrepreneurial Spirit

Just because you don’t have aspirations to grow a company with massive scale doesn’t mean you aren’t an entrepreneur, the TV personality Mike Rowe says. Video from:Entrepreneur

Sir Richard Branson: How to Start a Business American Attitudes

Sir Richard Branson reveals what it takes to be an entrepreneur and offers his advice to an audience of 400 people who are about to start their own business. Video From:  http://www.virginstartup.org/

Entrepreneurial Selling: Art of Conversation – Creating a Reality Distortion Field

Steve Blank, Serial Entrepreneur and Educator Discusses Creating a Reality Distortion Field

This video is part of Kauffman Founders School http://www.entrepreneurship.org/Founders-School/

Our Greatest Happiness and Freedom in All Just Pursuits

“Our greatest happiness does not depend on the condition of life in which chance has placed us, but is always the result of a good conscience, good health, occupation, and freedom in all just pursuits”. – Thomas Jefferson

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