Relic Roundup Podcast

By | entrepreneur, Relic Record
This past Monday night, my brother Will and I were given an opportunity to speak about our new venture RelicRecord.com on the Relic Roundup podcast hosted by American Digger Magazine. All in all it was a great experience and we can't say enough kind things about the whole crew and all the excellent guests who made the night a success. I'm told that we reached just over 1,600 people that night and I'm sure that number will...
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Link Roundup 2015-05-01

By | entrepreneur, life, links

Yea. I’ve been busy. Been burning what is left of my oil on Relic Record. Good progress is being made and I’m learning quite a bit. Always a good thing to work on things outside of what you normally would be exposed to. If only this thing was already making money so I could focus all my time… Enjoy these links. The world is getting more and more crazy and interesting. What I’d tell myself…

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How do you move furniture?

By | entrepreneur, life, productivity

What methods do you employ to move furniture?  I’m not talking about a sofa or a table. I’m speaking of people who have been in the same job for 20+ years and have no motivation to strive to achieve anything better than what they had 20 years ago.  How do you get them past a small mindset to help achieve something for the benefit of a larger group? If you aren’t in a position to…

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Relic Record – A New Business

By | entrepreneur

Do you have a collection you would like to record and track online where ever you are? If you do, then you will want to keep an eye on RelicRecord.com.  Relic Record is a new business being spun up by myself and Will Adams (yes, he is related) to help you inventory and share items you collect. From one of my blog postings on RelicRecord.com: What we hope to deliver with Relic Record is a…

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Three Ways to Protect your Business Resources

By | clients, entrepreneur, productivity

What is the password to your website hosting account? Where is your domain name registration managed? Where do you go to create a new email account with your domain? Who has administrative access to your blog? If you are running your own business and don’t know the answers (or don’t know how to find the answers) to these questions, then using a few straightforward methods can help. Creating good documentation, delegating access to resources and…

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The Net Neutrality Debate

By | entrepreneur, humor

Are you in the process of starting up a new business? Perhaps it is something small you want to do on a part time basis. Perhaps you want to be the next Amazon.com of the mulch delivery business. Whatever it is you are spending your life working on, you should be paying attention to the Net Neutrality debate if you ever hope to use the Internet to grow your business. Even if you aren’t relying…

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Link Roundup 2014-09-19

By | books, entrepreneur, links

Well, either I’ve been real busy this week, nothing peaked my interest, or a combination of the two. In looking back over the week, I’ve also yet to learn a very important lesson shared by Craig Ferguson. But I’m trying, Ringo. My good friend Kristi from The Savvy Messenger just finished giving a draft of my new book, Your Small Business Website, a read through. A big thanks to Kristi for the helping hand. Keep…

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Entrepreneur Week July 2014

By | entrepreneur

Have you ever found yourself with a strange burst of excitement, energy and ideas welling up within you to the point you have trouble sleeping or focusing?  That was me (strange, I know) last week during the 2nd Entrepreneur Week in West Palm Beach, Florida.  During the past week I found myself attending Startup Weekend West Palm Beach, BarCamp and then Startup Demo day this past Friday.  The previous two events have already been covered here…

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