10 Tips to Make 2019 Your Year
1. Sharpen your knife.In the YouEconomy, expertise is your chief commodity. Take an hour this weekend to list out all your areas of expertise, and brainstorm a few ways you can develop each of them further.
2. Mind your motives.Give with no expectation of reciprocation. Today, connect two friends or people within your network who can help one another. The good karma will come back around.
3. Embrace the journey.Success is not so much a destination as a journey, and we are at our best when we are growing. Tonight write down all the positive traits you’re already using and appreciate them. Read More....
And now "Sunday Morning" takes a look at the government shutdown, By The Numbers:
Today is Day 23 of the partial federal government shutdown, the longest ever.
Some 800,000 government employees missed their first paycheck of the shutdown this past Friday, of whom:
Did you know: Sake Dean Mahomed was an Anglo-Indian traveller, surgeon and entrepreneur who was one of the most notable early non-European immigrants to the Western World. He introduced Indian cuisine and shampoo baths to Europe, where he offered therapeutic massage. He was also the first Indian to publish a book in English.
With more than 206 million predicted shoppers spending money online this year, there’s never been a better time to start an eCommerce business. If you’re thinking about starting an eCommerce business and selling products online, use this checklist to do it the right way.
1. Start With Your Business Name. First thing to do (after you decide what you want to sell, of course) is choose a fabulous, memorable business name that no one else is using. You can conduct a corporate name search to make sure it’s not already in use. Once you’ve chosen the name, register it. (If you form an LLC or corporation, this will happen automatically in the state where you file your paperwork.) Read more..
Serial entrepreneur and VaynerX chairman Gary Vaynerchuk judges dozens of startup competitions a year and is kicking off 2019 with the WeWork Creator Global Finals in Los Angeles. The worldwide competition has lured tens of thousands of entrepreneurs, artists and nonprofits from around the world; the applicant pool was then whittled down to hundreds at the regional level. Ultimately, the following eight made the cut for the global finals, each already pocketing some prize funding: Read more..
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