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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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Let’s say you want to start something. Whether it’s a business, an organization, or even the next stage of your life, you need to start with a mission.

Writing a mission statement is one of the most important things you can do as an entrepreneur. It’ll set a foundation for your company, guide you through important decisions, and briefly explain what you do to other people.

Today I want to show you how to write a mission statement and I’ve included a few mission statement examples to help guide you through creating your own.

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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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As an entrepreneur, one of the best ways to spread your brand is through public speaking. And if you get good enough, event coordinators will pay up to $20K for a 45-minute speech.

Professional speakers are entertainers first, and educators second. Before you can get paid to speak, you need to know how to lure in an audience and keep them hanging on your every word.

I’m not a paid speaker so I asked Ej Carrion, a 21-year-old professional speaker, to give you his 5-step process for giving a crowd-rocking speech.

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Every email you send should come from yourname@domain.com. But most hosting email clients are slow, bulky, or downright hideous.

Fortunately, Google lets you use your Gmail account to send emails as though they’re coming from yourname@domain.com.

Start sending your company branded emails through Gmail in three quick-and-easy steps.

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