An Inside Look: Content Marketing for a Small Business

You've heard it time and time again, "create content that converts." But, what does that really mean? How do I create content my consumers will be interested in? Knowing the power behind small business blogging is the first step towards monetizing your business via content marketing. Whether you're a health, automotive, finance, real estate or …

Helping Others: The Service of Life

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Wherever you go make it your life’s mission to be in the service of those who need you. This doesn’t always mean poor or homeless people.

Serving others is also a key component in business life, the success of an entrepreneur and the success of college students and purpose of fundraisers.

Be kind and offer free insight, tell people what you’ve experienced so they don’t have to make the same mistakes as you.

Life isn’t about being selfish. The moment you become SELFLESS great things happen.

If you’re always worried about money, your possessions and keeping knowledge to yourself, you will end up with NOTHING.


Because you made no attempt to build relationships or help those who could have used your services.

You made no attempt to help someone when they needed it and the world can see that. Especially in today’s time.

Do you think people want to…

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5 Things They Don’t Tell You About Grief

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It strikes when we least expect it and we are forced to learn how to live our daily lives without someone who was close to us. We learn to figure out a new tune to life and find hope in new places.

Grief is something that can be all consuming if it’s not properly understood. We can’t hide from it and at some point or another everyone has to deal with it (some more than others).

Here are 5 things you didn’t expect during the grieving process:

1. It Hurts Long After They’re gone

You’ve lost a loved one or friend, maybe even both. Nothing prepares you for the pain after the fact. A year, 2 years, 5 years, a lifetime after it happens.

The initial pain and shock of hearing someone you cared about has died or witnessing it. As time goes by it may seem alright for a…

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