Today I received an email from the Marketing and Events Manager of Inc. Magazine, Catherine Daake. Thirty years ago, Inc. Founder Bernie Goldhirsh challenged the editors of Inc. to “think of the business-person as an artist using both sides of his brain.”

In celebration of Inc. Magazine’s 30th anniversary, the publication has launched “The Great Garage Hunt,” an interactive online game.

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This JJ Entry is coming a little late this week, and for that I am sorry. Week 7 of the Project Charter was chock-full of deadlines that couldn’t be pushed back as easily as my weekly JJ update. Overall, there was lots of editing and little Internet marketing.

Also, I saved over $250 by pulling a few strings and doing a little bootstrapping.

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Week 6 of the JuniorBiz Project Charter has come and gone. The highlight of the week was being featured on a radio show with the former mayor of Fort Collins, Ray Martinez. Trevor Trout, Traver Heckman and I also had the honor of being on the show on a very special day for Ray, his birthday!

I’ll go into more detail about the show in the 5th objective. During the rest of the week I was busy with the other 4 objectives of the project charter.

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As undeniable as it is cliché, America is going through some rough times. People are losing their jobs and businesses are losing their workforce. Nobody wins.

Instilling the entrepreneurial mindset in America’s youth is the answer. If young people grew up with the intention of starting a business instead of finding a job, America’s economy would flourish.

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