The sacrifice was worth the risk for financial blogger Jeff Rose. Jeff Rose Published 9:30 am CDT, Wednesday, August 22, 2018 Photo: Entrepreneur Network Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Entrepreneur Network I Once Gave Up $36,000 For Creative Freedom. Here's Why I Did It. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Jeff Rose explains why he gave up $36,000 of profits so he could speak more candidly online and dedicate himself to building his blog. From the beginning, Rose noticed not many finance experts were writing and running blogs. Eventually, this opportunity allowed Rose's blog to gain traction, especially with the help of media coverage. Rose explains that while running his blog, he was also employed as a financial advisor at an investment firm and … [Read more...] about I Once Gave Up $36,000 For Creative Freedom. Here’s Why I Did It.
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In September 2007, O.J. Simpson released his hypothetical recount of would have happened if he had indeed murdered his former wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her unconfirmed lover, Ron Goldman. Now, nearly six years later, an original hardcopy of Simpson’s memoir, If I Did It–penned in 2006 before the release of the book to the public–is up for sale on eBay for a whooping $250,000. According to TMZ, 400,000 copies of the book were printed for retail distribution in 2006, but were recalled due to “public backlash.” While the books were slated to be destroyed,â€ the television news source says, “according to legend, a small number [of books] survived.â€ One of the original copies was auctioned off on eBay in 2007 for $65,000, and now another original hardcopy has hit the Net, selling for more than three times that amount. The auction for this rare literary work was posted this morning (January 29), but became unavailable once the … [Read more...] about O.J. Simpsonâ€™s Book, “If I Did It,” Sold On eBay For $250,000
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Planning a cheap vacation to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico isn’t as hard as it seems. Buying your tickets early, picking accommodations where you can cook, and splitting the costs among the group can significantly reduce costs. I planned a five-day vacation to Cabo San Lucas for about $US700 total – here’s exactly how I did it. The secret to budget travel is sharing the costs. Gathering friends or family together for vacations allows for expenses to be shared among the group. You’ll be surprised just how affordable food, activities, and even accommodations can be when you travel in a group. I once accompanied a friend for a birthday trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, with eight other guests. The destination was spectacular: From the famous El Arco rock formation to its adventurous excursions, Cabos San Lucas is an exquisite combination of natural beauty, pristine beaches, and luxurious amenities. Planning a cheap vacation to gorgeous Cabo is doable. Here are eight … [Read more...] about I planned a 5-day vacation to Cabo San Lucas for $700 including flights — here’s exactly how I did it
Vimeo CEO Anjali Sud advises young people to create their own opportunities. Sud said that she’s ambitious and impatient, and has learned how to use those traits to advance her career without looking back. Even though she didn’t initially see herself in the CEO spot at Vimeo, she took landing the job as a vote of confidence in her work. Anjali Sud became the CEO of IAC-owned Vimeo at 34. But she never openly campaigned for the job. “I didn’t explicitly raise my hand for the role, because I didn’t really – it didn’t occur to me that that would make sense,” Sud told Business Insider for an episode of our podcast “Success! How I Did It!.“ However, once she was chosen, she did not question her credentials or ability to lead. The appointment helped empower Sud, who said her promotion “definitely gave me an indication that I felt the strategy was right. Everything I believed about Vimeo, what’s wrong with the … [Read more...] about The CEO of Vimeo landed the job at 34 after only 3 years with the company — and her best advice for young people explains how she did it