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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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This three-step process is the foundation of everything I do.

When I write, when I speak, and when I teach classes, I start with these three keys.

If you want to be successful, or encourage others to be successful, you need to unlock your potential with these three keys to success (corny, I know, but I couldn’t pass on the pun).

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A conversation is only as good as the questions that you ask.

And a good conversation with an important person will go a long way towards accomplishing just about anything with your business.

To make networking more interesting and fruitful, I put together a list of 51 thought provoking questions to ask entrepreneurs.

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I’ve wanted an iPhone for ages, but I haven’t bought one yet because only six of my seven prerequisites are met.

No matter what you’re selling, how you’re selling it, or who you’re selling it to, there are seven things that customers need to know before they decide to buy.

Let’s use Apple’s brilliant copywriting for the iPhone as an example.

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Did you know that Hitler helped found Volkswagen?

According to the Hitler Museum, Hitler wanted to create a “people’s car” because, at the time, only one in fifty German families was able to afford an automobile. So while sitting in a Munich restaurant in 1932, he sketched the first design for what became the Volkswagen Beetle.

Then Hitler recruited renowned engineer, Ferdinand Porsche (yep, founder of Porsche), to manufacture an affordable car for the people of Germany. Porsche agreed and created the People’s Car, which, in German translates to Volkswagen.

If you thought that was interesting, here are 24 other fascinating stories behind your favorite brand names.

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