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T.D. Jakes give business advice on the business club.

Recently on the The Breakfast Club, T.D. Jakes shares some great business tips from his new book 'Soar." He also shares his response to those who call him a pulpit pimp and criticize him for his success. Check out his interview here.

Devon Franklin appeared on the Trackstarz Radio Show to talk about this new book "The Hollywood Commandments: A Spiritual Guide to Secular Success." This is a must read for everyone who listens to my show and is on this website. You can listen to the interview where Devon talks about the rules for success right here.


Lesson from Warren Buffet

Warren Buffet just lost out on a huge acquisition Oncor Electric Delivery Co. His investment company, Berkshire Hathaway made a bid for $9 billion for the company but lost out to Sempra Energy. Buffet has learned many lessons over the years. One of the big things that Buffet has figured out is to look at investments long-term and not short-term. He would rather buy companies stocks when they drop knowing that eventually they will rise again as shown by the stock market as a whole. The biggest lesson for small business owners is to look at everything with a long-term mindset.




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We often receive hand me downs when trying to start from scratch. Many people will buy second hand from a yard sale or thrift store in order to start a small side hustle/business. This story is a great example of starting with less and creating a massive organization. Many of the best business start-ups begin in this type of situation. Start with a little and make it work. There are a few characteristics that help someone grow like this.

Kelly Cole share a part of his journey in this short video.

Learn How to Start Your Business from this 8 Year Old

Junior-James Wyatt is projected to make $17,000 this year from reselling eggs. He buys them straight from the farm and sells them to customers repacked for a nice profit. He is learning young some of the things that are needed for a basic business. Check out his story here and remember that you can never be too young or old to get started.

Daymond John says never quit your day job

To further back up my article from this week "The Blessing of a Part Time Business," Daymond John explains how he paid his bills by working for Red Lobster while running FUBU on the side. He grew slowly and the time allotment shifted from Red Lobster to FUBU. This is a great way for small business owners to grow their business without jumping into a pool of stress. You can read his story here.

12 Low-Cost Business Ideas for Introverts

It is often easier for extroverts to start businesses than introverts. This is because business owners need to communicate with partners, customers, and vendors. The needs for a typical business owner are tougher for introverts because of all these needs for communicating with others. There are some jobs that are available for introverts to get started that cost less than $1000.  Here is a list of 12 that might get you started.

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