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Homebased Startup Checklist

The devil is in the details--we've created this checklist so you don't forget anything crucial when starting your new business.
HomeOfficeMag.com - November 2002
By Laura Tiffany

It's extremely difficult to come up with a great business idea and then gather the gumption to actually start the business. But now you have to deal with all the tiny details that make up a real, legitimate business. Legal red tape, marketing, planning, money management--your new and overwhelming to-do list spans pages. That's why we've decided to help you by putting it all on one simple checklist. Below, we go into detail on the different areas of the checklist, as well as guide you to other resources to help you out. After you've checked out all this information, download our free Homebased Startup Checklist to get started. (The checklist is an Adobe Acrobat pdf file; download a free reader here.) You'll be up and running in no time.

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Wired Weddings

Upgrade your wedding planning with these 10 tips for plugged-in couples.

 

You're constantly IM-ing everyone you know, your entire life is stored on your PDA, and you consider your iPod a fifth limb. If technology already rules your daily life -- or even if you're tech-shy -- check out these wired advances in the world of happily ever after.

 

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News Cellar - Startup / Entrepreneurship

An Introduction to Business Plans

Entrepreneur.com

Why is a business plan so vital to the health of your business? Read the first section of our tutorial on How to Build a Business Plan to find out.

A business plan is a written description of your business's future. That's all there is to it--a document that desribes what you plan to do and how you plan to do it. If you jot down a paragraph on the back of an envelope describing your business strategy, you've written a plan, or at least the germ of a plan.

Business plans can help perform a number of tasks for those who write and read them. They're used by investment-seeking entrepreneurs to convey their vision to potential investors. They may also be used by firms that are trying to attract key employees, prospect for new business, deal with suppliers or simply to understand how to manage their companies better.

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Personal Growth - Life

Five keys to successful political debate


1) Always respect your opponent

You will never persuade your opponent to agree with your position. Logicians who happen to be watching your debate could prove with absolute certainty that your opponent's position is completely fallacious by every known rule of human logic, and your opponent won't budge. Like you, people are set in their ways and have heard years of biased opinions to cement their own worldview. They may change their minds eventually (remember, Ronald Reagan was once a Democrat and David Horowitz was once an Afrocentric Communist), but it will certainly not happen during your debate.

Respect this reality. You can only hope to persuade your audience, and you should strive to do so. Resist the urge to insult, disparage, or otherwise malign your opponent or any other person.

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    US media publishers like Yahoo, Gannett and NBC Universal have seen a decrease in Facebook desktop visits during Q2 2016 compared to the previous quarter, research indicates. But this decline may not be all that surprising: The use of Facebook on a mobile device has skyrocketed over the past few years. eMarketer estimates that two-thirds of the average US adult&rsquo;s daily Facebook time occurs via mobile this year.
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