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JuniorBiz Journey

For those of you who don’t know, I’m a senior at Colorado State University. As part of my senior year I’m going to write a thesis; it’s an year-long assignment that’s meant to be the culmination of my undergraduate study. As my senior thesis, I’ve decided to write and publish the JuniorBiz Internet Marketing Guide.

However, I don’t consider myself qualified to write a book on how to start an Internet marketing service until I do it myself. So I have set out to start an Internet marketing service.

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Ad Infinitum, a student-run advertising agency at CSU, has been designing several new logos for me for the last month or so. Today I received an email from Katie Matteo, one of the officers of the group, with 6 logo designs. I have posted them in this article. I value your opinion so please take a look and let me know what you think.

Note: You can see the final logo in the heading at the top of this page. It’s an evolution from Option 5.

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If you are here because of Junior Achievement, you should read this. If not, you should still read this but it might not be as relevant.

As some of you know, I recently (about 4 hours ago) had the opportunity to meet a whole slew of incredible people. I was invited to sit on an entrepreneurship panel for Junior Achievement in Denver today and I’m writing this to thank everyone involved.

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Quinton Carlin was the first person to turn me on to Think and Grow Rich by describing it as the book that the majority of billionaires have read. I have since encountered many other people who have suggested the book. So I started reading it 2 weeks ago and finished it today. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill is indeed, as the cover suggests, an inspirational classic.

In the opening line Hill mentions a money-making secret that he has spent the majority of his life analyzing. He received the secret more than 50 years prior to writing the book from a gentleman by the name of Andrew Carnegie.

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