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It’s a new year. You are excited about the opportunity you have to start fresh.

You are ready to move forward on accomplishing those big goals you have created for yourself.

One goal you are serious about accomplishing this year is creating a successful business.

You have been thinking about business ownership but have never had the courage to take the risk.

Maybe you currently own a business but it isn’t producing the type of results you want.

You want 2017 to be the year your aspiration for a successful business is finally realized.

I completely understand where you are coming from.

I have also claimed 2017 as the year where I will reach levels of success that I have never experienced.

My goals are a little ambitious, though.

I want to create 3 successful online businesses this year.

I know… creating 3 successful online businesses in one year will be quite the challenge.

That’s why this blog is called Entrepreneurial Ambitions — if the goal isn’t ambitious it isn’t worth pursuing.

What I want to do is provide you with the key information on how I plan to create these successful businesses.

The information I’m providing should also be used by you.

You will want to implement these steps into your plans so that your goal of creating a successful business in 2017 is accomplished.

Don’t worry, this isn’t some 50 step guide you want to stop reading after step 10.

These are 4 very simple steps that will lead to big results. That is what you want — BIG RESULTS! Read More How to Create a Successful Business in 2017

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The opportunities that come with entrepreneurship are truly amazing. One year you can be working a dead-end job and dreaming of securing financial freedoms. A year later you can be a thriving entrepreneur who is earning six figures or more due to following your dreams of entrepreneurship.

The transformation of lifestyle permitted by entrepreneurship isn’t something that can be wished for and it magically happens. Unfortunately too many aspiring entrepreneurs believe this is how entrepreneurship works. They are then proven wrong when their wishful thinking doesn’t translate into a successful business.

Along with a belief in one’s self, hard work goes into becoming a successful entrepreneur. When an opportunistic mindset and strong work ethic are combined together, you can produce results beyond the expectations you had previously set for yourself.

Just ask Millennial Mentor Gerard Adams about the financial rewards and opportunities entrepreneurship can produce. Read More Is Gerard Adams the next Tony Robbins?

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Entrepreneurial Ambitions Redevelopment

The Entrepreneurial Ambition’s blog will be undergoing a complete redevelopment. I will be updating all content to improve quality and encourage more engagement.

As I have been working as a ghostwriter, I have learned how to produce the content my target market wants to read on a consistent basis. This has forced me to take a hard look at my past writing, which left me with no other decision but to provide my readers with nothing less than stellar content.

Entrepreneurship involves you analyzing your performance to ensure that you’re always providing the best value possible. Therefore, I’m focused on improving to provide entrepreneurs with the best content focused on entrepreneurship. Read More Redeveloping Entrepreneurial Ambitions

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Jordan French

Over here at Entrepreneurial Ambitions we know that success as an entrepreneur isn’t given to you: It is earned. For all the talk there is from people about wanting to be a successful entrepreneur, the majority rarely follow up their constant talk with persistent action. It is as if they receive more enjoyment from talking about success, rather than experiencing success. This is a backward mentality but is unfortunately how many “entrepreneurs” operate.

 

For every successful entrepreneur there is, there are probably a hundred others, if not more, who are failing or operating a mediocre business. Building success as an entrepreneur isn’t a small feat. It will probably be one of the hardest endeavors you pursue in your life. So much is expected of you and you want to step up and deliver, rather than being seen as a failure.

 

This is why I love to have conversations with individuals who have produced success as an entrepreneur. Their knowledge and insight is valuable information that can be used to help others operate more effectively as an entrepreneur.

 

My recent conversation was with Jordan French, co-founder of reputation management pioneer Status Labs as well as BeeHex, the 3D food printing award winner and media darling. From this conversation, you will learn how Jordan French developed a business that was named to the Inc. 500 and Fast 50 and how he positioned himself to gain more opportunities as an entrepreneur by co-founding BeeHex. Read More Change Agent Jordan French Talks Pioneering Industries at Status Labs, BeeHex

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Do you know what I hate hearing? And I mean really hate hearing.

 

Entrepreneurs who say that they hate selling.

 

What do you mean you hate selling! Selling is what fuels your business. Selling is what puts food on your table.

 

Saying something so stupid as an entrepreneur is irritating.

 

You are probably thinking that I have a background as a professional salesman. Why else would I be so passionate about selling?

 

No, I am not a professional salesman. Although I am a sales affiliate for Dream Big Youth Travel, which is another source of my income.

 

I am just a strong advocate for entrepreneurs knowing how to sell. And not just knowing how to sell, but knowing how to effectively sell. Read More How to Become Effective at Selling!

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When I first began blogging, I did it in order to get my experiences, thoughts and opinions of entrepreneurship out of my head and into the world. I wanted people to read about my views on entrepreneurship and small business, with the intention to create engaging conversation around what I had written. What I didn’t understand when I started blogging was the concept of content, and how businesses would truly need content in order to prosper in the changing world of business/ consumer interaction.

Nowadays, a business with no content is a business that will find it very hard to gain attention in today’s competitive  marketplace. The marketplace is constantly moving, which means a producer must be able to stay ahead of the demands of the consumer. Therefore, engaging content plays a vital role in keeping a business present in the mind of the consumer. But does just any piece of information qualify as valuable content?

No it does not!

Knowing how to create great content that produces value for your business, is a huge advantage when it comes to marketing your business. What you must know though, is that more goes into the process of content creation, than just the action of  putting words together.

Content is not powerful if it does not reach its intended audience and create a feeling of inclusion and familiarity. These feelings being produced means that a connection between the reader and your content has been established.

But there is nothing worse than thinking that you have put together  great content that only gets looked over. It can be deflating, making you question if producing content is actually worth the time and effort. Read More How to Use Content to Grow Your Business!

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Both new and veteran small business owners can benefit from knowing a little more about maximizing deductions and getting a better handle on tax time. Whether you are a small business owner who scrambles every year at tax season to substantiate deductions and report all expenses or you are a small business owner who is organized and ready for tax season time and again, you will appreciate at least one of these six tips for making tax time easier for small business owners. Read More 6 Tips for Making Tax Time Easier for Small Business Owners

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