Interview with Actor Matthew McConaughey

On Redefining Himself, Transforming His Career, Losing Weight for Dallas Buyers Club, Being a Father, And Having a Happy-Go-Lucky Spirit

By Jan Janssen / The Interview Feed

One of the handsomest actors in Hollywood, Matthew McConaughey reached a point in his career several years ago where he decided to shake up his image. Instead of continuing to play the charming romantic hero, he would seek out more serious roles in smaller, independent projects. Recent films like Killer Joe, The Paperboy, The Wolf of Wall Street, and Mud have seen him playing against type as he tries to widen his range in darker kinds of stories. That determination to redefine himself is nowhere more evident than in his recent film, Dallas Buyers Club, co-starring Jared Leto and Jennifer Garner.

Network Marketing Success Tips

Achieve Success in 2015

Here is a sure-fire recipe for network marketing success in 2014. Cultivate these simple, practical — and highly duplicatable — daily "success habits," and master managing your time, business relationships, and yourself in your network marketing business.

 

Excellent Customer Service is the Key to A Succesful Home Business

Customer Service is the Foundation for Where 80 Percent of Your Business Should Come: Existing Customers.

By Bob Livingston, Author of How you do...What you do

How you do what you do is about achieving Service Excellence, a critical need in our service based economy.

5 Secrets to Marketing Success for Home-Based Businesses

Unique and Innovative Ideas that can Take Your Business to the Next Level

For small and medium sized businesses, one of the most effective ways to gain new clients and bring in more sales is by using creative marketing techniques. Unique and innovative ideas can help take your business to the next level and make it stand out from the competition.

Which App is the Best for Your Business?

By Jennifer Hutchison, Content Specialist

Whether a brand new bakery or a tech startup, sometimes knowing which app to invest in is the most difficult part of starting your own business. How do you know which tool is the right one for your business? We’ve compiled a few pieces of advice to help you cut to the chase and find the perfect cloud apps for your business. 

Hobby Turned Home Business

Man Profits from His Love for Photography and Video

Dan Weiniger isn't afraid of heights. He has worked in high finance at the American Stock Exchange in Manhattan, in high calories as the owner of two ice cream shops in Florida, in high selling of life insurance, and now in high tech as the owner/operator of Home Video Studio in Westfield, NJ. For nearly three years now, Weiniger has been building his home-based business skyward by providing video services — from simple tape/DVD transfers to complex editing — to a host of clients, both personal and corporate.

Business Blogs That Work

Tips for Building a Successful One

By Mark Satterfield

These days, it seems business blogs are everywhere. And why not? They’re simple to set up, and they’re a great way to promote your products and services. But here’s the real question: Do they get results?

Only if you do them right. While anybody can key words into a template, it’s not so easy to create a professional blog that reels in potential clients and keeps current ones engaged. 

Eight Great Tax Tips for Home Businesses

By Bernard B. Kamoroff, C.P.A.

As far as the IRS is concerned, a home business is no different than any other business. But there is a difference: not only can freelancers deduct the business expenses that every business is entitled to, they can turn personal, non-deductible expenses into tax-deductible business expenses—if they are careful to follow the rules.

Check out eight great tax tips excerpted from the book Write It Off! Deduct It! by Bernard B. Kamoroff. 

Find a Home-Based Business, Franchise or Opportunity for You

Oscar Nominees Get Swagged With “Celebrity Swag Expert” Lisa Gal

Hollywood Swag Bag Is Your Number One Company for Celebrity Product Placement

By Sherilyn Colleen, Home Business Magazine Experts Editor

Hollywood Swag Bag struck the gifting circuit with zeal for the 87th Academy Awards ceremony, held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood this past weekend.

Home Business Magazine received a complimentary bag that the talented nominees were gifted and were once again floored by the products included this Oscars season. 

Find out why working with Hollywood Swag Bag can help create brand awareness and bring an increase in sales and stockists of your products.

 

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Management

In survey after survey, meetings get knocked by everyone from employees to senior executives as being among the biggest waste of work hours. In one poll, by Office Team, 45 percent of senior executives said their firms would be more productive if they banned all meetings at least one day a week!

Business Start-Up

Follow these Seven Guidelines

Here are seven guidelines to starting your own e-commerce business.

1. Research: For products you love, relate to, and wish to sell; Competition – what your chances are of succeeding in that market; Suppliers – who you can find that product for a good price from

Internet Technology

By Jennifer Hutchison, Content Specialist

Whether a brand new bakery or a tech startup, sometimes knowing which app to invest in is the most difficult part of starting your own business. How do you know which tool is the right one for your business? We’ve compiled a few pieces of advice to help you cut to the chase and find the perfect cloud apps for your business. 

Self-Improvement

By: Walt Grassl

Ron was struggling with the challenges of getting his organization to perform at a high level. He had noticed that his coworker Susie consistently stayed within budget and not only met—but exceeded—her goals.

Susie mentioned that she had been taking improv comedy classes for a few years and not only were they a lot of fun, they helped her overcome her fear of speaking in public and make a bigger impact in meetings.

Susie explained to Ron five of the rules of improv and how following those rules helped her as a leader.

 

Marketing

Why Business Relationships
Take More Than Texting, Friending, and Online “Connecting”

Social media and technology do have their place, but they are not, and never will be, a substitute for in-person interaction.

It’s official: Email, texting, and social media are no longer just helpful supplemental business tools. They’ve taken over the whole game. Yes, technology has made many aspects of modern living more convenient and “connected,” but the pendulum has swung too far. Now, people are reluctant to do something as simple as picking up the phone, preferring to shoot off an email instead. And face-to-face meetings — well, they’re almost unheard of.

 

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