Texas Hold’em has gained the reputation as one of the most complex games in the world. Why? Because humans, endowed with logic, emotions, and irrationality, are themselves sophisticated and sentient beings.
Look before you wipe! That’s exactly what two young brothers, Jordan and Bryan Silverman, are hoping you will do. The entrepreneurs, 22 and 18-years-old, respectively, began a start-up that allows advertisers to place ads on their rolls of toilet paper.
Bamidele Onibalusi inspires writers and bloggers all around the world through his amazing success story, helping them reach their potential to the fullest with his recently released free guide: “How to Write for Traffic and Money.”
Entrepreneurs in Canada now have a TV show to advise them on big business trends. Find out why Fortune Hunters is the next step for Dragon’s Den host Diane Buckner, and learn how the Web plays a major role in this new CBC show.
The following entrepreneurs became successful without having a college degree, while in many homes parents insisted a college degree was needed to get ahead. Some of the big names are Richard Branson, Mary Kay Ash, Bill Gates and Simon Cowell.
Entrepreneurs have been taking advantage of a five-day grace period to sample millions of domain names, keeping the relative few that might generate advertising revenues and dropping the rest before paying.
Everywhere we turn, we see ads for free money, bad credit loans, business startup loans, and many other forms of money that are said to be available. When it comes down to it, is it as easy to receive this money as they say on the ads?
"The success of the entrepreneurs behind Digg, YouTube, and Facebook will undoubtedly inspire a growing breed of the young, energetic, and self-reliant who are more than willing to gamble that their startups will fly."