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Empowered YOUth with Michael and Jeffrey Eisen

Empowered YOUth with Michael and Jeffrey Eisen

Listen to My Exclusive Interview with Michael and Jeffrey Eisen (Can’t See Player, Click Here) Empowered YOUth: A Father and Son’s Guide to Conscious Living by Michael and Jeffrey Eisen is the Father/Son book of the year in my opinion!   ...

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No Really! Change is a Good Thing

Spearheading a rapidly-growing business has its challenges but don't resist the urge to evolve as the business grows. Steering a rapidly growing and evolving business is one of the most exciting endeavors an entrepreneur can undertake

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Crystallizing the future of oxide materials

(PhysOrg.com) -- A University of Arkansas physicist and his colleagues have examined the challenges facing scientists building the next generation of materials and innovative electronic devices and identified opportunities for taking the rational material design in new directions.

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Judge a New Company in 15 Seconds

I ask one question to determine whether a new company has a future. The 15-second answer tells me all I need to know When entrepreneurs ask us to evaluate business ideas, we always respond first with the same question: “What problem will your new venture solve?” Their one-or two-sentence answers---10 or 15 seconds at the most---are often enough to predict the future. Too frequently, entrepreneurs quickly get sidetracked talking about things like the amazing technology they hope to use, the fantastic team members they’ll be working with, or the resources they hope to leverage

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America’s Favorite Small Business

Have you ever wondered what your business idea would be worth if you had an opportunity to present it to the nation for a vote? Apparently, Dell, Microsoft, the American public and MasterCard believe that this small business idea is priceless. Following an eight-week long search that began on August 15th, Dell announced that Shwood Handcrafted Wooden Eyewear has been voted as the winner of the “America’s Favorite Small Business” contest sponsored by Dell, MasterCard and Microsoft.

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This Week In Bots: Sorry, Goose, But It’s Time To Buzz A Tower

Quadrocopters Landing On Quadrocopters ... And So On Ad-Infinitum We know quadrocopters are maneuverable in extremis, and we know that they can move in ever-smarter aerial ballets with other units, flying in unison...but the team at UPenn's GRASP Lab has pulled off something rather amazing: They've designed a way for a smaller quadrocopter to land on a bigger one--which will act as a flying landing pad of sorts.

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