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When you were in school, how often did you take the leadership role in group projects?

If you’re like most entrepreneurs, the answer is every time. We’re natural leaders. But leadership comes easier to some than others.

To help you with that, I enlisted 21-year-old professional speaker and leadership expert, Pedro De Abreu, to share seven mighty leadership characteristics that every entrepreneur should develop.

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Have you ever had a crazy customer?

If you haven’t, it’s only a matter of time. And if you know how to deal with an angry customer, you can dramatically change how they feel about you and your business.

Today I want to show you a very angry customer email I received last year and how I made him extraordinarily happy.

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How do you grow a massive company? Get the executives to think innovatively.

How do you get corporate executives to think innovatively? Treat them like entrepreneurs.

How do you treat executives like entrepreneurs? Tie their compensation to performance. Drop their salary to $1 and compensate them with stock options and performance-based bonuses.

For proof that this works, here’s a list of 10 high-powered executives with $1 salaries and the cutting-edge companies they’re working for.
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It takes me three-five hours to write a blog post. And once it’s in a Word document, it’s another hour before the post is scheduled.

Most bloggers spend 45-minutes to an hour on the whole blog-writing-posting-publishing process and they wonder why they don’t get traffic. It’s partly because they’re leaving out at least one of these tasks.

Here are 18 things you should do to every WordPress blog post after you write it and before you publish it.

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Last summer, I was watching Dragon Ball Z with a high school dropout who had made millions by 21 when he asked, “What do they teach in business school?”

Here’s a 22-year-old kid who has made more money than most people will ever make, yet he asked as though he missed out on something. I graduated from a top 100 business school but I didn’t really know how to answer his question. So I made this list.

After scrounging through my $40,000 college education, I managed to come up with 101 things I learned in business school.

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