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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This is a guest post by Ben Foster, owner of TeenLawnCare.com.

Mowing lawns is a great business. Below I have outlined 5 reasons why you should start a lawn mowing business instead of, say, an eyelash clipping business.

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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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With text messages, emails, wall posts and tweets, it’s easier to communicate than ever before. The easier it is to talk, the faster information will spread. As you may know, word of mouth (WOM) advertising is the most effective form of consumer persuasion. Positive WOM is great, but nothing spreads faster than negative WOM.

There are 5 ways to discourage negative word of mouth from spreading and spitting like wildfire.

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