Sid Kemp

  • Ask the Readers: How Do Your Handle Hard Decisions?

    Famous business guru Peter Drucker once said, “Ultimately, it all comes down to work.” I disagree. I think that success, ultimately, comes down to two things: great decisions and hard work. And today, I want to ask you about those decisions, especially the tough ones. Have you ever had to make a tough decision in your business? I bet that something popped into your mind the ...

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  • October Best of the Web: Launch Your Learning

    Are you ready to take your business to the next level? Here are Firepole, we are. We are just wrapping up our September-October launch for the Audience Business Masterclass, welcoming several hundred new students in just under a month. Our team has grown from ten people to fifteen. And we’re gearing up to launch two new products – stay tuned in November and January! But enough about us.

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  • Ask the Readers: What Do You Think of Contracts and Non-Disclosures?

    Some people swear by contracts, and won’t do business without them. Others feel that business is built on trust, and that contracts don’t really help or matter much. What do you think? Even more important, what’s your experience? There are many relevant situations here, so let’s look at a few: Would you use a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) before discussing a new business i ...

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  • Best of the Web: A Harvest of Business Power

    It’s September, and the gardeners are reaping the harvest from spring planting and summer’s care. And Danny has gone hunting again. He’s scoured the web for the best inspirations, tools, and tips to help you have a great business harvest this year. For many of us, September is Launch Time. Our audience is back from vacation and ready for our newest solutions.

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  • Ask the Readers: Are You In It Alone?

    I left my day job and opened up shop as an entrepreneur 21 years ago. And, though I didn’t know it then, that was the day my father stopped understanding me. My dad was a professor. His dad was an entrepreneur. He didn’t like his dad. So, when I became an entrepreneur, it was the beginning of a great divide, though we didn’t see it at the time. Sometimes, this great divide is more clear.

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