Category Archives: Entrepreneurship

How to Make An Extra $600 a Month

I know it’s not a lot, but it’s such an amazing feeling when one of your ideas goes right and you get paid for it.  As most of my friends know, I’ve been dabbling with blogging for a few years now.  In that time, I feel that I’ve learned a great deal about Search Engine…

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014 STBS: Podcasting As a Business w/ Cliff Ravenscraft

http://media.blubrry.com/stototallybusinesssavvy/p/s3.amazonaws.com/STBS-Podcast/Episodes/014-STBS-Podcasting-Business-With-Cliff.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadYou DO NOT want to miss this podcast. My friend and mentor, Cliff Ravenscraft (the Podcast Answer Man), took the time out of his busy schedule to come on the show and let me interview him about his full-time career in podcasting. If you have any doubt as to…

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How to Work Less and Make More: A Year Review

When I first Started Pro Sulum, I was working 12-15 hour days every week and made little to no money (you can see how tired I was in most of my older videos).  Looking back over the past year, it’s pretty amazing to see that I work less, yet make a whole lot more money.  Keep…

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Public Relations Expert Ted Nguyen Interviewed Me!

My interview with PR Guru Ted Nguyen A couple of days ago, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by one of the most prominent figure in Orange County, public relations expert Ted Nguyen.  I recently helped him develop his new WordPress site, and he’s been typing up a storm ever since. A little about…

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The Story Behind My 6-Day Business Course

At least one to two times per week, I have friends ask me how to do something business related. The funny thing is, I’ve always been behind the curve in school, I never specialized in anything specific, and always felt that I could never excel at anything – let alone start a business. After returning…

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Who Else Wants to Fire a Client?

Are you feeling used, abused, and unappreciated? Well, you don’t need to. It’s time to fire a client! When you are a new business owner, you sometimes feel a sense of desperation. You hold on to clients that you would never work with when times are good because you are new and feel as though…

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