Launching A Small Business From The Bottom Up

Launching A Small Business From The Bottom Up By Theodore "The Wisdom Man" Henderson  From the groundskeeper in a little rural community near the Mexico border to the CEO of a multi million dollar tech corporation, at one time or another most people have imagined opening their very own company and becoming rich, as opposed to aiding another person to

7 Great Tips For Starting Your New Business

7 Great Tips For Starting Your New Business (And Tapping Into Your Inner Entrepreneur) By Theodore Henderson The Wisdom Man The cost of living seems to always be going up, up, up and almost everybody requires a little extra (or a whole bunch) of cash nowadays. What does this mean to you?  If you are really an entrepreneur this is possibly the best time ever for you to create, and own, your ver

3 Questions To Ask Yourself When You’re Ready To Live Your Dream

3 Questions To Ask Yourself When You're Ready To Live Your Dream By Theodore Henderson The Wisdom Man         "If your ship doesn't come in, swim out to meet it" - Johnathan Winters One thing many potential entrepreneurs will routinely ask me is exactly what should I be doing to get moving and start my business? Should I be looking into business planning concepts? Should I be creating a b

10 Tips to Success in Your Home Based Business

10 Tips to Success in Your Home Based Business By Theodore Henderson The Wisdom Man “90% of new business fail in the first three months of launching, due to lack of proper planning, wrong selection of niche/products and marketing platform.” ― K. Raveendran Most of the entrepreneurs I come in contact with would certainly jump at the opportunity to start a genuine home business s

Boost Your Productivity By Prioritizing With “To Do Lists”

Boost Your Productivity By Prioritizing With “To Do Lists” By Theodore "The Wisdom Man" Henderson “The bad news is time flies. The good news is you're the pilot." -” ― Michael Altshuler Do you commonly feel overwhelmed by the amount of work you need to do? Do you deal with a continuous barrage of looming due dates and deadlines? Do you often forget to do something essentia

Choosing The Right Business To Live Your Dream

Choosing The Right Business To Live Your Dream By Theodore Henderson The Wisdom Man “I chose to be an entrepreneur because I wanted to either make something or make an impact.” – Theodore Henderson As a business owner I understand how beginning a company will be difficult. It can be incredibly gratifying if you go about it with a proper plan and vision.  However par

10 Smart Tips For Holiday Networking Success

10 Smart Tips For Holiday Networking Success By Theodore Henderson The Wisdom Man  www.TheodoreHenderson.com 1 Get Your Head into the Holiday Spirit I belong to a networking group, as you should, and for Christmas and New Years, as well as most of the holiday season starting in November I may wear a tacky silly tie that communicates the holiday spirit. Have some fun – do it! It draws focus to you, leads to great conversations, more connections, and shows the sense of humor you may

Using Coaching, Mentoring, and Training for Your Success

Using Coaching, Mentoring, and Training for Your Success By Theodore Henderson “The Wisdom Man” www.TheodoreHenderson.com “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” ― Benjamin Franklin Most entrepreneurs and even established business owners want to know what they can do to quickly expand their business. Grow their profits? Or, from their more personal perspe

With Orrin Checkmate Hudson

Theodore Henderson interviews Orrin C. Hudson who founded "Be Someone" in 2001. His methods were inspired by the game of chess. "Making Every Move Count" refers to the belief that success in chess and success in life require the same fundamentals, including concentration, self-esteem, problem solving skills, and discipline. Be Someone teaches kids the practical skills and techniques to overcome obstacles in life, illustrated through the best and most intellectual visual aid: th

Encouraging Entrepreneurship in Your Children

Deep down, nearly every one of us wants to be an entrepreneur. However, forgoing your weekly paycheck to follow your true passion takes lots of self-confidence. Many of us lack that confidence. Therefore, a great portion of our lives may be spent working to build someone else's wealth. If that confidence was instilled within us at a younger age, we might all have the courage to open up a business. Give your children the opportunity to truly be in charge of their lives by encouraging a sense of