How To Move Out Of The Inner Circle

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What is this market?

The part timers.

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** Senior Citizens

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Love Those Pots And Pans

Written by John Colanzi

Last week I told you that Getty's number one rule for getting rich was to be self employed.

His second rule was that you must have a working knowledge of your business when you start and continue to increase your knowledge of it as you go along.

There's a storyrepparttar president of our college used to tell that illustrates that point.

Dr. Sid would get up and lecture about making money in college by going door to door selling pots and pans.

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As he began reading, he started to get excited. He learned everything there was to know about those pots and pans.

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The next time he went knocking on doors, he knew so much aboutrepparttar 117634 pots and pans, that his enthusiasm was contagious.

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