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One way is to connect with board education centers, like IMD's Board Center (https://www.imd.org/board/board-center-programs/) or Stanford's Directors Consortium (https://www.gsb.stanford.edu/exec-ed/programs/directors-consortium/participant-profile). These are powerful networks where you'll meet...

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It really depends on your initial cash position. In my experience the most direct path to positive chase flow is a service business. If a service business is not for you I would look into a distribution company. If you are creative there are ways to set up a distribution model that utilizes a ...

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Ultimately depends on lots of things: - How much you want the position - What the company expects to pay - What others applying for the position might ask for - How much you need to get by - How much you would really like to get paid - How you would stack up against other candidates Your best be...

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You have to create a different message for different markets. Let's think about Sears marketing for a moment.... For the ladies - See the softer side of Sears For the men - lifetime warranty for Craftsmen Tools. Many companies can market to multiple areas. The one main difference is they are c...

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It is a pretty good chance Google won't accelerate anything for you and provide you with better help. They are just too big and their priorities lie with far much bigger initiatives. You might have luck if you find an Adsense employee via LinkedIn and establish a connection that way! but I wouldn...

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You're describing the problem, it's setting, and your platform very vaguely. But from general principles, it's best to charge in the least noticeable way possible, so a % of the seller's commission would be the best method. That way it's invisible until a sale comes through, and even then, it o...

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Having been on both sides of the coin, I would say trust is the first factor. Mentor the one with less experience and as he develops, your time will thereafter be freed up to work on long term strategic goals & objectives.

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Quick answer: There is possibly not an effective "call to action" and the message gets muddy. They may be going to the wrong group of people. Do you have a specific example you'd like to chat with me about? Let's talk! Focus. #deliver Thank you. - michael vizdos www.michaelvizdos.com

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It worries me when I hear a (budding?) entrepreneur use words like "reliable" and "consistent" and "income". Entrepreneurs know there are no such guarantees on the road to potential success. As well your statement "may take time" also indicates that it's just a matter of time. In many (dare I ev...

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I think we'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you are not promoting here through a question it appears to me that there is a different issue at hand. Could be branding, positioning, market focus, pricing or wording... Could be a number of things more suitable for a call I think. A...

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