Small Business News

Are Greek Protesters Smoking Crack?

I’m writing this article on my way home from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I spent a week here meeting several dozen CEOs who run mid-size businesses in the area. The weather and people were great (actually warmer than San Francisco go figure!) and I discovered entire new industries I didn’t even know existed. In my conversations, the […]

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Obama – Small Business Lending Bill

“WASHINGTON — President Obama exhorted Congress on Monday to make passage of a long-languishing small-business aid package its first order of business when it returns next month from its break. “I ask Senate Republicans to drop the blockade,” Obama said in the Rose Garden after meeting with his economic advisers.” Obama calls for passage of bill […]

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A Politician Who Tells The Truth?

I was glancing at recent excerpts of Time magazines 100 most influential people in the world earlier today. One of the people featured was the Canadian government’s lead banker (A Canadian version of Greenspan or Bernanke). He presided over an economy and banking system that has NOT required a single bailout. Why? He’s known as […]

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Health Care Reform – The Unspoken Debate

Over the past several weeks, I’ve been fuming and irritated about the whole health care reform debate. Now, I’ll leave politics aside (really) in terms of what I personally feel about the whole thing, but my gripe is in regards to HOW President Obama has been describing the problem… and even more irritating is how […]

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The 4 Hour Work Week Myth?

Today’s question comes from David: I saw your email the other day about the people in the Olympics and your clients. Of your clients who are doing super well, are they able to take off lots of time and live the 4 hour work week or anything close to it? I can tell you, there […]

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