Entrepreneurship

Building Wealth at the Grand Opening

Building Wealth
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These burgers were world famous and, when the doors flew open, they’d be free. Usually going for $2.49, the memory of their flavor had made scores of people camp out on the sidewalk. And that’s when it hit me. “Free”? If I ate as many as I could, would it make up for the two days of sitting out here, chatting away with my buddy, singing songs with the tent people? At $300/billable hour at my firm, not even close.

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Occupy Wall Street or Phoenix or Chicago or…

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock somewhere you’ve surely heard about the protests going on all around the United States and even other parts of the world. It started as Occupy Wall Street and has grown into protests going on in basically every major city in the U.S. Here in my hometown of Phoenix […]

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Must Read Posts That I Linked To on Twitter the Week of July 18th

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I’m constantly scouring the internet for interesting articles and posts about personal finance, entrepreneurship, business trends and whatever else I happen to find interesting at the time. I then turn around and share the best material I can find with my followers on twitter. I wanted to share a few of my favorites from the […]

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5 Common Financial Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make

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Today we’re featuring a guest post from Trisha Wagner of DestroyDebt.com. The decision to start a new business is never easy; deciding to launch a new business in the current economy can be downright frightening.  Statistics show that you are just as likely to fail as you are to succeed, and one of the main […]

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The University Kid

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I recently discovered a great website that focuses on Entrepreneurship, and more specifically Young Entrepreneurship.  I think it’s a great fit for Debit versus Credit since here I also focus on helping young people learn about finance and business.  The University Kid is run by Jason Pereira who just so happens to be a sixteen […]

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