3 Ways To Start An Online Business (With Very Little Money)

3 Ways To Start An Online Business (With Very Little Money)

The goal of entrepreneurship can be a broad one. Sometimes, all we know is that we want to be our own boss, live according to our own vision, and make our way independently. We may not have our whole future mapped out. We may not have the ideal product designed in all its detail. Most…

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How To Create A Consistent Customer Experience (And Why You Should)

How To Create A Consistent Customer Experience (And Why You Should)

Here at The $100 MBA, we talk a lot about consistency. Consistent effort, consistent scheduling, and (of course) consistency in the quality of your product are just a few important examples. The list goes on. What’s often left out of the struggle for consistency is something just as crucial: a consistent customer experience. This kind…

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How To Serve A Beginner’s Market

Serving a Beginner's Market

Knowing your customers isn’t just good practice. It’s a requirement. When you’re aiming to serve certain segments of the market, planning for their needs and tendencies is crucial— as crucial as knowing your own industry and its tech or marketing trends. There’s one kind of customer that many of us serve, but not all of…

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The Entrepreneur’s Weekend

The Entrepreneur's Weekend

Not every entrepreneur started out as one. As awesome as it sounds to just “start a business,” the truth is that we live in a real world of practical realities. We have to put up with certain inconveniences like paying rent, feeding ourselves, wearing pants, and otherwise being functioning adults. Usually, that means having a…

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7 Reasons To Sell High-Priced Products

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The high-end market can be intimidating. Many entrepreneurs are hesitant to sell expensive products or services for fear that people won’t buy. Besides that, we often assume that a product that costs a lot to purchase cost a lot to produce. That means bigger, riskier overhead. But is the fear of pricing customers out justified?…

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5 Signs Entrepreneurship Isn’t For You

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Here’s a tough but true statement: entrepreneurship isn’t for everyone. The kind of independence that characterizes entrepreneurship comes with inherent risks— and drawbacks— that keep most people away. The simple, undeniable fact of the matter is that conventional employment is conventional for a reason. Entrepreneurship isn’t something that everyone should strive for, or that’s somehow…

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The Time To Change Your Business

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Change is good. Change is necessary. In business as in nature, that which can’t evolve gets left behind. That’s why growing and nurturing your own businesses isn’t about hitting on a “final” formula or “perfect” product. It’s about staying flexible, staying in motion, and adapting your growing abilities to the ever-changing needs of the market.…

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