Nov
30
2011

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Home Depot

Home Depot is an American retailer of home improvement and construction products, we all knew that right? The stores range anywhere from the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada to even China. The headquarters are located in Atlanta, Georgia and the average store size is 105,500 square feet. While these are interesting facts, check out the Boss 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Home Depot. Home Depot has the most Olympic medals held in a company by its employees. Home Depot was the fastest growing retailer, faster […]

Jul
13
2012

Lifestyle For Small Business Decision Making

Being in the health field, I have a large emphasis on being healthy for my business.  As such, I have seen dramatic changes in other clients’ ability to improve their professional standing by improving their health. Decision making is something many of us take for granted.  It involves weighing the current and future prospects of all related issues, and then heading in a direction that will maximize all of those factors.  In business this needs […]

Mar
16
2011

10 Q’s With Geoff Koboldt Of BambooSk8

Growth, in terms of business, is necessary in order to survive. Some times, and in many markets, that growth can come at too high a cost to the environment. Geoff Koboldt of BambooSk8 is a highly conscious individual who’s actively growing business attacks these concerns. You might even call him an activist, and not just an entrepreneur. This is why we are pleased to feature him and his company in this weeks : “10 Q’s […]

Mar
23
2011

10 Q’s With Onibalusi Bamidele Of YoungPrePro.com

“I am Onibalusi Bamidele a 17 year old Nigerian entrepreneur. I make a living online by blogging. I think what sets me apart is my motivation and passion for my blog and online business. I’m always ready to give it “whatever” it takes to succeed. For example: last year alone, I wrote over 300 guest posts promoting my blog while at the same time making sure my blog is constantly updated. As long as you […]

May
13
2011

Effective Time Management: A Must-Read!

Of all the resources on this planet, TIME is clearly the most valuable of them. There are abundances of gold, silver, oil, etc., but time – well, that will eventually run out for each and every one of us. The brutal truth is: we have a limited number of days on this earth and time management should be of the utmost importance. Think for a moment about your past; those seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, […]

Jun
3
2011

Margins of Error: A Lesson in Entrepreneurial Greatness

Do you ever contemplate how you could make your business ‘great’? Do you think about strategies that would help you make gains on your competitors by attaining that Entrepreneurial Greatness? It’s a funny thing – most successful entrepreneurs want to do more than simply ‘make it’ – they want to be GREAT! Do you still have that fire in your belly? Or maybe you are satisfied with just getting by? Oh wait, have you bought in to […]

Jan
27
2011

The Build And Design Businessman: Scott Fisher Of T2theS

Scott Fisher isn’t your typical tradesman. To look at him, you’d swear he was a rock musician or a tattoo artist. On paper though, he fits the bill. While he may not specialize in ink artistry, he most certainly is an artist. Scott is the owner and operator of T2theS, a full-service design and build firm that specializes in award-winning homes, boutique and large-scale commercial projects, and everything in-between. With his amazing concepts and unique […]

May
6
2011

Entrepreneurial Lessons From Donald Trump & The US Execution Of Osama Bin Laden

We live in the midst of historically unpredictable times. For some of us, these times arouse emotions of fear and uncertainty. For others – it’s excitement and opportunity. If we were to be completely honest with ourselves, the reality is likely a mixture of all of those emotions and so much more. If you listen to the news and to academic scholars, you’ll be caught up in a fear-based string of communication that might stifle […]

Mar
28
2011

Pedaling Towards A Niche With Jason Brown Of Road & Trail Bicycles

Jason Brown is a fairly new independent business owner. He owns and operates Road & Trail Bicycles in Lakeland, FL. He is also himself, a biking enthusiast. Let’s just say: He gets around.  You probably wonder what I mean by that. Well, during our interview with Jason he shared with us the process he used for finding investors – I’ll get to that in a minute. First things first: The Gears That Turn: Once receiving […]

Jan
31
2011

10 Q’s With ADV Philanthropy

Motorcycling? Paragliding? Climbing? All while traveling across the World, doing charity AND getting paid?! Adventure Philanthropy International is all about one such, very ambitious, journey. We are honored to profile ADV Philanthropy and co-founder Jeremiah Kavanaugh in this weeks: “10 Q’s With…”; our question and answer series that’s aimed at offering insight to our readers who are interested in the ‘Adventure’ of becoming: The Boss. Q. Tell our readers about your business, your passion, and […]

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