Category Archives: Entrepreneurship

Why Billy Gene is the Quintessential American Marketer We Love and Hate

Billy Gene is to marketing as Las Vegas is to America. Let’s go behind the surface appearances to discover what’s underneath, and I’ll explain how he went from relative obscurity to being on all the top stages making a million dollars a month in passive income. Like you, I’ve watched… Read more »

Why most people make only $12.48 an hour: Do you want ROI with that?

Restaurant pay is up 3% the year, according to the Labor Department, outpacing the 2% growth in wages in the private sector over the last 5 year. Food service workers made an average of $12.48 per hour in 2014, including tips. Does that seem¬†like a lot or a little to… Read more »

Don’t Mistake Genius with Hard Work

I might have told you that I once went to a MENSA meeting just to find out what geniuses are like. I was expecting to be blown away with sheer intellect from geeks wanting to chatter about the latest in math or technology.¬† What would you expect to find at… Read more »

As an entrepreneur, you face the most concentrated of unspoken evils.

Yes, you’re busy. But go watch this video right now, anyway: It’s 48 minutes of encouragement and perspective for entrepreneurs with Elon Musk. If you’re still reading this, go back and at least watch from 34 minutes onward. As an entrepreneur, every problem in the company is brought to you,… Read more »