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How This Mom Hits 7 Figures a Month Using Social Media

Kelsey Humphreys chats with Lindsay Moreno about her advice advice for other franchisees or MLM business owners.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Lindsay Teague Moreno is an author, podcaster and business owner whose business has been known to bring in seven-figure …

Entrepreneurship

Sézane’s Morgane Sézalory Shares Her French Girl Decor Tips

In Paris, L’Appartement Sézane falls somewhere between a chic Parisian lounge, fashion showroom, and culture center. Morgane Sézalory opened the space—with cushioned chairs replete with millennial pink pillows, plenty of mirrors, books both new and old, and tropical plants throughout—just last year …

Home Decorating

Dad demonstrates a major design flaw in the BabyBjörn

Carrying a young kid around can take a toll on your arms and back, but thankfully, the BabyBjörn can help turn your normal human body into a …

RPGs

4 Game-Changing Phrases To Help Make a Sale | Inc.com

Making a sale is all about how you frame your offer. The customer is not interested in what you have to sell, but in what he has to gain. The easiest way to make a sale is to continually put yourself in his shoes and discuss your product or service in terms of what effect it will have on your …

Digital Marketing

The case for a screen-free childhood

Andy Crouch didn’t let his kids use screens until they turned 10 — and they thanked him for it.<p>Andy Crouch knows that he and his wife, Catherine, raised their kids in an unusual way. He calls it “radical.” They set strict boundaries around technology: no devices in the car. They can check their …

Parenting

The 5 Golden Rules of Goal-Setting

It's called hard work because it is hard. If it were easy, everyone would do it.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>As entrepreneurs, we dream of being our own boss, breaking away from corporate restrictions and pursuing our passion as a business venture. We work long …

Goal Setting

A new kind of doctor's office charges a monthly fee and doesn't take insurance — and it could be the future of medicine

He took some time off, then one day he got a call asking if he'd be up for doing a house call for a woman whose son was sick. He agreed, and by the end of that visit, he realized he wanted to treat patients without dealing with any of the insurance requirements.<p>Then he learned about a totally …

Health Care

The Biggest Obstacle to Financial Success

If you don't believe you deserve to be rich, you never will be.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Brian Tracy discusses how a lack of self-belief is the biggest obstacle to becoming wealthy.<p>If you've had negative experiences in …

Entrepreneurship

Want to Increase Sales? Get to Know the 4 Personality Types of Your Customers | Inc.com

People are are naturally wired at their very core to hear differently, speak differently, and work differently. You can thank their personality types for that.<p>But get this: People are also wired to make purchasing decisionsdifferently for the same reason.<p>I think we're on to something here...and if …

Customers

The 5 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Going From Employee To Self-Employed | Inc.com

<i>By Beth Doane, managing partner of Main & Rose.</i><p>Thinking about leaving your cubicle for the thrills of the startup world? So have 27 million other people like you. The good news is that there are more resources now than ever to help you find success when making this leap. The bad news is that just …

Entrepreneurship

The Military-Tested Planning Tool All Business Leaders Need to Try | Inc.com

The United States military is a highly proficient machine that can execute a mission in any corner of the globe. If you were to analyze each successful implementation of this impressive organization you would find at its core a simple planning process, regardless of mission type.<p>And guess what?<p>This …

Project Management

Why It's Vital to Pay Yourself First in Business

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>As a business owner, I am sure you have heard of the concept of paying yourself. Unfortunately, based on my experience of working with hundreds of business owners, it’s a concept that many just don’t practice. I believe there are a couple …

Small Business

7 Questions to Help You Accurately Measure Customer Satisfaction | Inc.com

<i>By Gregory Ciotti, marketing at Help Scout</i><p>There are many ways to get a quantitative look at how your customer service team is doing, but far fewer to assess the care and thought being put into your replies.<p>Measuring customer satisfaction thus becomes an easy metric to spin your wheels on. But you …

Customer Experience

3 Questions to Tell If Your Business Idea Is Worth Pursuing

<i>Most of us have had business ideas before, but were any of them worth holding onto and developing?</i><p>Most business ideas emerge randomly. You might see a person crossing the street and think about a way to improve pedestrian safety. You might struggle finding sources for a research project and think …

Entrepreneurship

Alleged iPhone 6 prototype selling for $56k on eBay

Want to own a super-rare prototype iPhone 6, as accidentally sent out to a Verizon customer? You’d better have six-figures to spare.<p>The alleged prototype in question has appeared on eBay, running the internal Apple applications the company uses to test new devices as opposed to the consumer version …

8 secrets for success from early retirees

A fair number of people, it seems, believe that “early retirement” is an unachievable financial goal for most Americans, or that it isn’t worth doing …

Retirement