20 Tips for Entrepreneurs to Stay Healthy

Entrepreneurs work hard than almost any other group of people in the world. With all of the hours that entrepreneurs clock and the stress that accompanies running their own ventures, entrepreneurs typically have difficulty finding time to be healthy. Health is more than a jogging to work everyday. Health can be defined according to physical appearance, but also emotional and ...

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Shhhhh! It’s A Secret! Rescue A CEO Facebook Group

Rescue A CEO along with CEO Blog Nation is proud to announce a Facebook group that will allow entrepreneurs to get things done. Wait for your invitation or request an invitation by sending us an e-mail to request@ceoblognation.com. Here’s how it works: 3 Simple Steps: Step 1: Introduce Yourself. Tell us who you are and what you are doing! Give us ...

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Frustrated with Rising Fuel Costs? Introducing the GoBoard

Monday, March 27, 2012 Washington D.C. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE With the rising costs of gas and petroleum, Rescue A CEO has found the latest innovation to change the world. Buzzed across the blogosphere as the next big thing that is bound to change the world. Within two years, it should replace all vehicles and cars. Move over Facebook, Apple, Google ...

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Take A Leap Towards The Best You: Book Review – Your Best Just Got Better

Book Your Best Just Got Better – Work Smarter. Think Bigger. Make More Author Biography Jason W. Womack is the CEO and founder of the Jason Womack Company which provides customized training on workplace performance. As an executive coach, he shows clients–managers, employees, and entrepreneurs–how to work smart, think big, and make more. Coaching hundreds of individuals and traveling extensively, Jason has facilitated ...

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Why Rescue A CEO?

Why do entrepreneurs and CEOs even need to be rescued? Because entrepreneurs work more hours than the typical employee. Check out these quotes from this CBS News report:   It’s not conclusive to compare figures from different sources, but it does appear from these that the average entrepreneur most likely works harder, or at least longer hours, than the average ...

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Creative Thinkering (Book Review)

TITLE: Creative Thinkering; Putting Your Imagination to Work Author: Michael Michalko Pages: 232   NOTABLE QUOTES “Our attitudes influence our behavior, but our behavior also influences our attitude” “Don’t be the person who sees the sun as a yellow spot in the sky, be the person who sees a yellow spot on a grimy sidewalk as the sun” “The swirling ...

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Best Gift For This Holiday Season (Ask)

December is the last month of the year, and it is usually filled with the holiday spirit and people giving and receiving gifts and presents. But for those shopping for entrepreneurs and business owners it can sometimes be difficult to figure out what is the best gift to get. We want to know what is the best gift to get ...

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A Cup of Entrepreneurship: Starbucks (Book Review)

TITLE: Pour Your Heart Into It: How STARBUCKS Built a Company One Cup at a Time Author: Howard Schultz and Dori Jones Yang Pages: 340   NOTABLE QUOTES “Every company should stand for something” “Just ‘say yes’ to the customer. Good companies go out of their way to please the customer” “[Entrepreneurs] are scared to bring in truly smart, successful ...

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New Entrepreneurs Remember This (Ask)

Starting a new business can be extremely exciting step for entrepreneurs, but often there is so much literature and information out there it becomes difficult to have know what exactly is the most important aspects of being an entrepreneur or business owner. What are the most important things (maximum 3) that entrepreneurs should remember when starting a new venture? Featured ...

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51 Fatal Business Errors And How To Avoid Them (Book Review)

Title: The 51 Fatal Business Errors and How to Avoid Them Author: Jim Muehlhausen Pages: 186 NOTABLE QUOTES “If you hire ‘experienced’ people, you’re hiring your competitor’s rejects” “Business is no place for a democracy; I advocate CEO’s run their business as a benevolent dictator rather than a democracy” “Many entrepreneurs confuse ‘sales’ and ‘marketing’” SUMMARY Mr. Muehlhausen writes succinctly ...

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