on August 26, 2013 ·
Why innovate when you can complain to the city of Dallas to just change the law and protect your business? The local taxi companies seem to think that is fair. Heck, they offer a sub-par service, rarely take credit cards, do not have an app that is worth downloading, and basically haven’t innovated in who knows how long, and they are wondering why a superior service such as Uber is taking their [...]
on April 15, 2013 ·
Ever wished you had more time in the day? Need an expert to research the best things to do on a vacation coming up soon, or better yet do you need a virtual assistant to research anything in the world on the internet?
In select cities, you can even have someone go buy your groceries or pick up a coffee for you – for a fee of course.
Download TaskRabbit app today or check out their website
on April 12, 2013 ·
via Seth Godin – click here to visit his blog
Do work and get paid once. Build an asset and get paid for as long as it lasts.
A retailer or a restaurant owner might work 18 hours a day–but the landlord makes just as much money from that effort, often more. The cheeseburger gets paid for once, but the rent bill comes every month.
Real estate is an obvious and simple form of asset. In 1928, [...]
on April 11, 2013 ·
Guest Post Today provided by Max Prokell
Although the past decade has not been the most celebrated for the U.S. real estate industry and preparing for growth is something that might make many real estate investors roll their eyes, the reality is that there have still been some cities in the U.S. that have beat the odds and experienced some pretty impressive growth, Dallas being one of these very fortunate [...]
on April 5, 2013 ·
Mark Zuckerberg seemed more calm and confident than ever as he unveiled the company’s newest product on stage yesterday. The HOME idea aims to make Facebook even more and more integrated into our daily routine. The awkward, nervously sweating Zuck was nowhere to be seen, and he finally seemed as confident as a Steve Jobs figure up there on the stage talking to the crowd. This WIRED magazine article [...]
on March 26, 2013 ·
From Seth Godin -
Studying entrepreneurship without doing it
…is like studying the appreciation of music without listening to it.
The cost of setting up a lemonade stand (or whatever metaphorical equivalent you dream up) is almost 100% internal. Until you confront the fear and discomfort of being in the world and saying, “here, I made this,” it’s impossible to understand [...]