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Rich Eddy
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Financial Planner | Investment Advisor | Entrepreneur | Occasional Pot Stirrer
Financial Planner | Investment Advisor | Entrepreneur | Occasional Pot Stirrer

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Starting a business is hard enough - here's how to avoid unnecessary negativity. https://buff.ly/2oF5zq7
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'3 Ways the Net Neutrality Repeal Can Cripple Your Business: Web traffic, conversions and operations will all be impacted.'
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3 crucial tips for successful IT business transformation
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So much of business is perception... So, entrepreneurs need to employ a few (ethical) shortcuts to impress the right people on the road to success. Yes, “faking it until you make it” is exactly what you should be doing. To become a part of the gutsy but harmless “faking it” tradition, here are 3 tactics you can use. https://buff.ly/2Cq6mUW
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As a startup; pricing a project, your work or your time, is a difficult task. Here's what to keep in mind:
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While some organizations see contractors solely as a means of plugging planned and unplanned staffing shortfalls, others have employed contractors as a significant force for change. How can contractors benefit your organization? https://buff.ly/2FzFT6g
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If you haven’t used Product Hunt often, it’s best to get involved, comment, ask questions, upvote products you like, and talk with other Hunters before hunting your own product. Give before you receive. It’s called cat power. https://buff.ly/2FvxAs0
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Serena Ryan shows us how she changed her life with her inbox being at zero.
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Zero to $50M – A Roadmap of the Key Stages, and How to Win at Each Stage
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The prospect of big investor backing is exciting and glamorous. But beneath that shiny veneer are steep expectations that most startups aren’t prepared to meet. Make sure you fundraise for the right reasons and that the move will benefit—not jeopardize—your startup. If your aren't built to scale per investors’ expectations, you’ll either compromise your vision or risk upsetting the people to whom you owe millions. https://buff.ly/2EU6Joj
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