Below are a bunch of articles that we’ve covered over the years about small business and entrepreneurship…
Business & Entrepreneurship
It’s time to start thinking about holiday jobs. With Christmas coming soon, your chances of getting a part-time seasonal job increase if you start looking now. Hurry before it is too late!
Have you ever wanted a simple organizational system that could greatly enhance your productivity? Here it is.
This is what subjective value is all about. It’s an economic concept that says something is valuable because it is useful to someone, not simply because it is inherently valuable.
Monopoly is good family fun and all, but it’s also a crash course in business. Buy too much too fast and you’ll end up having to mortgage properties to pay an unfortunate $100 hospital bill. Let opportunities pass you the first time, and they may not be there the next time you’re back around on the board.
Over the past four years or so I’ve been using proactive envelope budgeting software called MoneyWell. It’s available on the Mac platform and there’s a companion app called MoneyWell Express for iPhone and iPod touch. Here’s what you need to know about it!
One day a couple of years ago we were snowed in and decided to have a little garage sale. Yep, that’s right: a garage sale in the middle of winter! Okay, okay, we didn’t have an actual garage sale, but used eBay to sell some of our stuff and make a few extra bucks. At first, I didn’t think we had anything to sell, but it turns out we had enough to bring in an extra $240!
The Buffettology Workbook is a great tool to start understanding how Warren Buffett invests. Here’s a quick summary of some of the points the authors make.
Every year in the United States there are millions of lawsuits. And given that credit reporting agencies operate on a guilty until proven innocent basis, it is becoming increasingly important for you to develop a strategy to protect your money from creditors and lawsuits.
A question came in awhile back from a reader who asked the following: “Should we embark on a project without first counting the total costs and later believing that God will provide?”
Several months ago a friend brought to my attention that PayPal’s policy changes included keeping 3% of everything deposited to my account — not just from my eBook sales. As a freelance writer, I’m paid from some publications via PayPal.com; so this was disconcerting news. PayPal was playing with my paycheck and I didn’t like it.
Paul is writing to a group of believers in Philippi, a military city and Roman colony with very few believers in Christ. Paul’s letter is full of encouragement, instruction and wisdom – all of which will benefit Christian entrepreneurs who read through the book.
No one ever said that, when you start your own business, you had to buy a penthouse suite in the tallest skyscraper downtown and have a team of secretaries. So how can you create an office that takes care of the administrative “to-do’s” without it eating into your small business idea?
Close your eyes for a moment and remember when you were a child. How did you play? You used your imagination, of course. You pretended you were a mighty warrior – in your backyard with sticks for swords or via a character in a video game. You reclined at a table, sipping tea as if you were a princess discussing the matters of the kingdom. You dreamed. But soon . . . .