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The John Lee Dumas Story: Igniting The Podcasting World

Added by 1 year ago

The infancy of the podcasting world is what makes it easier to compete. Easier but not without hard work. There are approximately more than 152 million blogs and only about 275,000 podcasts. This means if you start...

Women & Wealth: Female-Owned Businesses Help Economy

Added by 2 years ago

A growing number of minority owned-businesses are helping fuel the economy. Reports show that between 2002 and 2007, there was a 46 percent increase in non-minority-owned businesses compared to only a 10 percent incre...

Navy Vet Goes To Culinary School On Post 9/11 GI-Bill

Added by 4 years ago

A former Quartermaster in the Navy is now suiting up in a different uniform. Leslie Reid served on the USS Laboon working on the Visit, Board, Search, and Seizure Team. Her dream was to become a chef. Today the Post 9...

Aspiring Chefs Get Important Lessons In Entrepreneurship

Added by 4 years ago

The San Diego Culinary Institute teaches more than just how to become a chef. According to the school, many aspiring chefs want to open their own restaurant. That requires a business plan and entrepreneurial skills. T...

Why Video Stories Work To Build & Brand Your Business

Added by 5 years ago

How much video do you watch online? Do you watch "How to Videos?" More than 80% of U.S. Internet users do and that was just in a measured one-month period. Watch this video to learn why Video News Stories work to buil...

Where Happiness Exists

Added by 6 years ago

There is a pandemic disease in our country—thought pollution. Thought pollution is the random and continuous stream of negative thoughts that fill our head. It’s the over-thinking, repeatedly analyzing, excessive talk...