From the monthly archives:

May 2009

This is a guest post by Thomas Walker.

“Get A JOB!”

If you haven’t heard these words yet, you will soon. Fortunately for you there are plenty of businesses you can run from the comfort of your own home, that aren’t nearly as bad as flipping burgers. Each one of these “jobs” utilize different abilities, so not everyone can do them, but if you have any of the prerequisite skills, each one can be fun and rewarding in their own ways.

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This week was the first week in almost 4 months I didn’t have a project charter to guide me, so I made a new one. Within the “Project Charter: Summer 2009” I established 6 objectives and 20 goals for my business.

Setting objectives and goals is important for any business (especially new ones) and I’ll begin by describing exactly why it’s important and then list my objectives and goals for the next 13 weeks.

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This is a guest post by Ben Johnson, of Logoinn.com.

Have you noticed a huge variation in cost of logo designing these days? With more and more online logo design companies offering competitive prices on different design packages with other design services as well, who do you think would go for a design agency who charges thousands of dollars for a single logo design?

These are the questions which need to be answered; when hiring a design agency is just one of the options.

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Following up on my Twitter Experiment with Direct Messages… It was a success, but at what cost? I’ll go into more detail under Objective 3 in this post.

Additionally, this is the final JJ Entry from the JuniorBiz Project Charter. In later JJ Entries I will focus on the cool things that happen to me and my business on a week-to-week basis.

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