When growing up,
some people just
know what they want to do
with their lives. Many don’t
really know, but find “it”
later in their careers. Still
others never seem to find
their place in the sun.
WHEN A TRACTOR PUSHING FIVE LAWNMOWERS
first rolled down the fairways of the
Minikahda Club in Minneapolis, Minnesota,
in 1921, it must have turned some heads. Little
did onlookers realize that the small company
responsible for creating this innovative
machine would one day become a household
Publicity can come from anywhere
and in many different
forms. It can be as simple as
having a letter published in
the editorial column of your
local paper, or as dynamic as
having a front-page article
with your name and picture
splashed across the headlines.
But a successful publicity
campaign is harder than
you may think. It takes huge
effort on your part to get
your business noticed by the
You may be questioning whether the American Dream, and the infinite promise it holds, is still a reality. In today’s day and age, with the economic crisis looming, doubts like this are not uncommon. But there is good news: the
American Dream is alive and well.
SUCCESS DOESN’T HAPPEN BY accident. It has nothing to do with luck. It’s not a magic pill someone swallows or a wand someone waves which immediately manifests a revolutionary change in status and bank balance.
Wednesday, December 23, 2009 JIMMY VEE AND TRAVIS MILLER