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World Wide Web: There are four basic reasons to build your business on the web. Whether you are just starting or you are growing, the web will be the backbone of business in more ways than any of us can imagine. As a new metaphor, it changes the way we think.

There are essentially four key points within this episode and several subpoints within each. Within the section on build your brand, there are just the basics. In a section about using your website to uncover leads, strategic ideas are discussed -- give people a reason to email you and/or enter their telephone number and key contact information. 

Every website can be, and should be, monetized. Every site can land sales and create instant customers. Every site should communicate the essentials of who you are, what you do, and how you do it. To be a customer, people need to like you, know you, and trust you. Eventually, the infrastructure of the web will be built into every business and we will all drive our business with e-business tools within an e-culture.

Even SoHos, Moms & Pops, and very small businesses can use the web effectively. In this episode of the show we learn how the playing field has been leveled. You can do what big businesses do, you only need to be smarter and quicker, or better (or perhaps even more tenacious).

The world is our market. Go from a business to an e-business to an e-culture. What are you waiting for?  (All the video)

Business should challenge us to be better everyday in every way. If not, we each have choices. 

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Nicole Miller and Bud Konheim essenmtially bought out a division of another company. It was a win-win-win.

Visit Nicole Miller, a leading fashion design house in NYC.  Nicole began like so many of us, working for a big business.  She and her partner, Bud Konheim,  decided to go out on their own and Bud negotiate a creative "buy-out" of the that entire division.   (All the video clips)

Key Question: How do I start a business?


Meet Anne Beiler, founder Auntie Anne's Pretzels.
One of the most amazing stories in our library; this woman has made billions and has given most of it away. She is on a mission to create real businesses based on love and the blessing of an absolutely delicious pretzel. (All the video)

Key Question: What is a path for growth?


Meet Vicky Carlson; she started as a receptionist. She got her foot in the door, then learned every part of the business.  She was the employee to rose to the top.  Then, she creatively worked out terms to buy an Office Pavilion franchise in San Diego. This business is now the premier office design and furniture supply firm in the city.  Review all the video clips.

Key Question: Can my business be my legacy?

Lorraine Miller, founder of Cactus & Tropicals, Salt Lake City, Utah

Meet Lorraine Miller, founder Cactus & Tropicals.  She built her business with love and affection.  She received many awards for their work in the community.  But, the time came to sell.  She talks about the signposts along the way.  Review all the video clips.

Learn eight possible ways to exit your business!

Key Question: Who is the best buyer?

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