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Take A Break – It Won’t Hurt

Today I woke up with a banging headache, a runny nose and a sore throat. Great stuff! It came at a time when GolfChum is nearing completion, when I’ve just started another Joint Venture which I shall tell you guys about when its up and running, and at a time when my cousins are coming […]

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This Spam Is Getting Ridiculous!

A few weeks back, I had a poll on the amount of Spam Emails you get as an entrepreneur with different sites and blogs up and running. At the time, I reported that I received between 0-10 emails only per day, and that was really at the lower end of the spectrum. Recently, I’ve been […]

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Young Entrepreneur Tools: Paypal

First up in this series of tools for the Young Entrepreneur is Paypal (www.paypal.com). When it comes to the internet, the first thing you need (apart from a computer, mouse and internet connection) is a means of sending and receiving money. For every single eBay user out there, and most small entrepreneurs, the easiest and […]

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Creating An Income Spreadsheet

Yesterday I thought it would be a good idea if I started noting down my expenses – my outgoings and incomings in terms of revenue. By the way if you are running an online business or website then I would definitely recommend doing this as a means of organising yourself. Now as a young entrepreneur […]

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Young Entrepreneur Internet Tools: Series

I’ve been reading about so many internet startups recently, including my own of course with the launch of GolfChum.com. However, as I posted in one of my regular forums that I visit, there are hardly any websites that contain information relevant to teenagers and young entrepreneurs about starting a business or a site online. As […]

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Case Study: Income Streams

This article conveniently follows on from my post on How To Create Income Streams. I was contacted today by a good contact that I have become to know more about over the past few weeks. His name is Andreas Bard, and I have to say, when it comes to developing ways of creating cashflow, this […]

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