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Entrpereneur and Media Mogul

entrepreneur &
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Kevin Harrington is the inventor of the infomercial, original Shark on Shark Tank, and Pioneer of the "As Seen On TV" Industry. He has launched over 500 products resulting in more than $5 Billion in sales worldwide.

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Whatever you vividly imagine, ardently desire, sincerely believe, and enthusiastically act upon... must inevitably come to pass!

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5 Kevin Harrington Articles That Are Perfect For Remote Workers

If you work from home, then we have quite the treat for you.

We are about to unleash five articles that are jam-packed with gems/advice that will surely do every remote worker wonders.

While working from home is a dream come true for so many people, as it should be, if you actually do work from home, then you know how tough it can be. After all, everything becomes a distraction when you are a remote warrior, and so many people won’t take your job seriously.Continue reading

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If You Want Success, Then Do This On The Weekends

It’s 5 p.m. on a Friday, and you are getting ready to leave your office job and enjoy your weekend by not doing any work. Sound familiar?

While we aren’t questioning your working habits, if you can relate to the above sentence, and if you take off the weekends, then you are likely wasting a lot of time. As a result, you probably aren’t where you want to be in life, and your goals and dreams might have even been put on the back burner.

Here’s the deal: If you want success, then you have to work for it. While so many people are looking for that secret ingredient for success, the real way to make all of your wildest dreams come true is by working. You can dream as much as you would like, but your dreams will stay in your head if you don’t take action.Continue reading

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The Main Question Every Entrepreneur Must Answer At Some Point During The Journey Of Success

No matter what type of entrepreneur you want to be, and no matter how much success you are trying to achieve, there is a question you must answer on your journey of success.

Without wasting any time, here it is: What do you want your legacy to be?

Do you want to be known as a great father/mother? Do you want to be known as someone who had it all? Do you want to change the world for the better? Do you simply just want to be known as a person who worked on his/her passions, no matter how tall the climb seemed at first?Continue reading

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What You Do In Your Free Time Will Make Or Break Your Path To Success

What we are about to say will be music to many people’s ears. For others, the opposite will ring true. Nonetheless, here it goes anyway: What you do in your free time will make or break you during your journey of success.

After all, so many people work Monday through Friday, or at least 30 to 50 hours per week. Unless you are constantly putting your foot on the gas pedal during working hours, or are a machine when it comes to productivity, it is going to be a challenge to get ahead of the competition. However, that is where nights and weekends come into play. Of course, mornings can play a big role in this as well — if you are using the waking hours to your advantage.Continue reading

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The Easiest Way To Get Ahead Before A Vacation When You Have A Flexible Work Schedule

If you are a remote worker and/or self-employed, then you more than likely have a flexible schedule. Some people might look at that as a major blessing, and it is in many ways. With that in mind, being a remote warrior/self-employed isn’t always what it is cracked up to be.

There are many reasons why (for example, anything becomes a distraction when you work from home), but let’s focus in on one of the reasons. When you don’t work in an office, or have an employer, you likely don’t have a salary. Not to mention, you probably have to provide your own benefits, which means you aren’t given PTO/vacation time.

When you aren’t working, you aren’t making money. As a result, taking off an entire week of work during the summer will likely mean you won’t make a single penny during that time. Now, your business might be constantly making you money, and you might also invest, but when you work for yourself, you typically don’t have the luxury of PTO. When you take time off, the cash flow stops.Continue reading