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  • There’s Money In Your Day Dreams

    Posted in: Dream Building, Life Architect, News

    Dreaming about your future is sweet… especially if it comes in the form of a daydream. But in the midst of imagining yourself as Stacey Dash in Clueless, married to George Clooney, or speeding down the highway in your Ferrari, there lies a business that can profit you.

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  • Our Society Doesn’t Cultivate Entrepreneurship

    Posted in: Career, Dream Building, Life

    I have to admit that I was thrilled to see that the White House held a Maker’s Faire.  I was equally disappointed that it wasn’t widely talked about. But I can’t say that I was surprised. This society just doesn’t cultivate entrepreneurship (which is ironic because it seems like that is what our economy was based on). It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see why the economy isn’t thriving.

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  • Are Millions The Goal?

    Posted in: Career, Dream Building, Life, Life Architect

    What defines success?

    Is it money, fame, material things, and/or freedom? For each person the answer is different. But you have to admit the perception of success is usually similar. If you see someone in nice clothes, big house, and a nice car, you would assume they were successful. Ask yourself this- if you saw someone walking down the street at 3 o’clock in the afternoon with a smile on their face in normal clothes, would you define them as successful or happy?

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  • Your Belief Can Become an Obsession

    Posted in: Dream Building, Life, Life Architect

    As an entrepreneur you have to be 100% sold on your own idea. You have to have a vision of the future that pulls you through all obstacles towards your desired outcome. Unfortunately the drive that can lead you to success could also lead you to becoming a bit obsessed. Trust me…I’ve been there.

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  • The Have-Tos That Come With The Wants-Tos

    Posted in: Dream Building, Inspiration, Self-Improvement

    I’m in the midst of a change and as exciting as it is…I’m stressed. New job, new city, new apartment, and a new love…all at once. Have I lost it? Or am I about to gain something I could never even imagine having? To be honest I’m never 100% sure. One day it’s this and one day it’s that. I have to be honest when I say I’m scared out of my mind. It’s not so much what I want to do…but more so all that I have to do, to get to what I want.

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  • Grinding Desire

    Posted in: Dream Building, News

    by Sylvia Ford-George

    There is a debate regarding greatness…is it genetic or learned. When you look at folks from all walks of life and compare those who’ve “got it” naturally, against those with academics and the well-read, the debate carries on. Because for those with natural ability, there is an equal person who studied, trained and crafted the skills needed to qualify them for equivalent success. Perhaps the real issue is less about genetic or learned, and more about the desire to be. And that’s where the grind comes in.

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  • 3 Behaviors That Don’t Lead To Success

    Posted in: Dream Building, Life Architect, News

    by Dream Guider

    Working towards your dream is already a challenge. The way you behave while doing it could make it even more challenging. Here are 3 behaviors to eliminate while working towards your dreams:

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  • I Need The Drama

    Posted in: Dream Building, Life, Life Architect

    Sometimes life is just so damn boring that I need the drama. Not the type of drama where I pick fights or start rumors. Drama for me is like taking a huge risk and not knowing what would happen. You know- like leaving a job that’s boring. Or moving. Or just doing something completely random that would put you in a group of all new people. Basically- a life change.

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  • How Much Do You Charge?

    Posted in: Career, Dream Building, Inspiration, Life Architect

    by Dream Guider

    There’s a principle called supply and demand that says in a competitive market, the price for goods and services will settle at a point where the demand for that item meets the supply. For example, a drug store could probably never sell it’s brand quality lotion for $20 in 2014 because the demand for lotion will never be that great, and lotion is not a scarce item to come by, so people won’t shell out a lot of money just to have it. But when it comes to your product sometimes it’s a little harder to determine what the price should be, particularly when you have a unique product. When you see just how much work it takes to do something— it’s harder to determine a selling point. Do you allow the consumers to set the price? Or, do you set the bar and only sell to customers willing to reach it?

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  • You Know, Sometimes Moms Make Sense

    Posted in: Dream Building, Inspiration, Self-Improvement

    I used to be a girl on the go, but when my dad died I sat my ass down….quickly. And three years later, I’m still sitting. I used to be fearless. I couldn’t understand why anyone had fears. I thought people were weird to fear the unknown. Now I spend time fearing my fears. My mindset has gotten pretty ridiculous once I realized that horrible stuff could happen in my life. It’s sort of like I expect something bad to happen instead of rolling with the good. I’m not the only one—I know. But I have to admit that I’m tired of myself.

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