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Follow @swampmerchant on Instagram. Focus is good but on the quest for planned and regimented activities, we miss out on the power of true creativity that can be mostly experienced when we allow the mind some room to wander and flirt with the thin line between “possible” and “impossible”. Do not …

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How Small-Business Owners Can Patent a Great Idea

Throughout history, ingenious and innovative ideas have been copied, or outright stolen. Guglielmo Marconi is credited with inventing the radio, even though it originated from Nikola Tesla. Nowadays it’s easy for a business owner to patent a great idea. Robert Fulton took the idea for the steamboat engine from John Fitch. Lizzie Magie invented …

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3 Ways to Follow a Greedless Road to Success

Everyone knows fictional trader Gordon Gekko’s infamous refrain in the film Wall Street: “Greed is good.” These days, however, a different class of entrepreneur is dismantling and disproving that concept. Consider Greg Glassman, for example, who created the fitness revolution known as Cross Fit. According to Glassman, his success grew out of …

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12 Practical Steps to Getting Rich

Every entrepreneur dreams of being rich. They dream of having the power to pull fiscal strings, able to command a vast fortune and make money while they sleep, all while enjoying a life replete with leisure and pleasure. Yet, in a world where the have-nots far outweigh the haves, where just over …

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11 Ways to Make Money While You Sleep

Do you remember in the past we were warned to be careful about being in debt because interest never stopped charging us, interest never slept, never took a day off, never took a holiday. Well the reverse is true, as well. Is your money making money while you sleep? Does …

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22 Qualities That Make a Great Leader

1. Focus “It’s been said that leadership is making important but unpopular decisions. That’s certainly a partial truth, but I think it underscores the importance of focus. To be a good leader, you cannot major in minor things, and you must be less distracted than your competition. To get the few …

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