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When Dreams Come True

By Randy Mitchell, published on Jan 30, 2013

I recently had the pleasure of attending a book signing, here in Dallas, for one of the best-known authors of our time, Nicholas Sparks.

One of the reasons I traveled to see him was because I wanted to be in the presence of a true success story; someone who’s worked hard, developed his craft into literary artistry, and has gained international acclaim due to the marketability of his work. Mr. Sparks is a self-made man, and someone who those of us in the writing field continually strive to become. He’s an author who never gave up when he first started writing, despite some setbacks and... (more)

Tags: dreams, creativity, authors, business success, randy mitchell, writing success, nicholas sparks, safe haven, nicholas sparks book signings, famous author success stories

If The Government Owned Facebook

By Randy Mitchell, published on May 21, 2012

With one click of a computer’s mouse, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg became one of the richest people in the world, if not in history when the company he founded became public last week. And as most know, Facebook was created among the confines of a Harvard dorm room utilizing nothing more but an ingenious idea, entrepreneurial drive to succeed, and discovery of a golden niche revealing the thirsty desire people have to connect and share their lives with others. The young Grandfather of social media is definitely the wonder boy of new-age business, probably carrying both the admiration and... (more)

Tags: facebook, capitalism, entrepreneurship, business success, randy mitchell, government bureacracy, american spirit

One of NC's youngest entrepreneurs plans more success PT 2

By BusinessLife, published on Jul 13, 2011

Beginning your own business is a great deal to consider. From financing for more than just the first year to taxes, employees…well, you get the idea. Sometimes, you can start your own small business and keep most if not all of the work under your own roof. Just ask 18-year-old Madison Carroll from Greensboro who started her business when she was 8-years-old.

In Part One of my interview with Madison, she shared her love for jewelry design and how she has used it to make a positive impact for JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) on behalf of her sister, Brittany. But as... (more)

Tags: entrepreneurship, entrepreneur, gillean smith, business success, business tips, madison carroll, small business ideas, small business tips, north carolina entrepreneurs

How brand history can grow your business success

By BusinessLife, published on Dec 15, 2010

Traditionally, consumers like what they know and understand. The more a potential customer can relate to a product and service, the more likely they are going to see its value in their lives. With so many small businesses looking for a way to stand out among the competition, one idea is to maximize the history of your product or service.

If you are a second or third generation owner of a business and you are looking to rejuvenate your sales, consider sharing the details of how your company began.

For instance, Moravian cookies are not only loved but are well-known by the... (more)

Tags: business success, business ideas, brand ambassadors, brand awareness, customers, products and services, business tips. gillean smith, small business success, target markets

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