Wendy Newmeyer saw the potential of balsam branches, considered waste products in her husband’s logging business, and transformed it to sweet-smelling pillows and other gift items.
Passion is important element when choosing your business. Learn how passion for what you’re doing is important and can help you achieve business success.
Barbara Cash became an entrepreneur as a result of an unfortunate twist of fate – she lost her job. Without money or savings, she bravely started her interior design firm and triumphed against the odds. She is a success — if only for rising above all those who choose to play it safe.
Many of the principles behind Steve Jobs’ breakthrough success at Apple apply equally to the management of one’s career. Here are a few ways Jobs can teach you to ‘think differently’ about professional and career success.
Barbara Miller is a remarkable woman who proved that it is never too late to start your own business. A grandmother of four past her retirement age, she transformed a paper distribution company to a multi-million dollar venture despite personal setbacks and difficulties.
How we think of success often determines just how successful we become. As in most areas of life, the thing that limits us the most is often ourselves. See if you have any of the hang-ups below that might be blocking you from achieving all the success that awaits you
Taking responsibility into desires, without question there is a magic key to unlock the first door to success and that is to accept personal responsibility for things in your life.
Lillian Vernon built a hugely successful direct mail catalog business from her kitchen table in the 1950s. Fifty two years later, let us learn how Lillian and her company cope with the vastly different business environment of the 21st century.
Amilya Antonetti struggled to find a cure for her son’s ailments, and found with it a successful business. Learn how Amilya started her business manufacturing hypoallergenic cleaning products and then turning it into a $10 million business.
David Marcks discovered a lucrative business opportunity when his dog chased away the geese at a golf course. Today, Geese Police, a company that uses dogs to chase geese, is a multi-million business with several offices across the U.S.