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The NCAA must change their policies and figure out a way to share the revenue that they bring in with college athletes, who contribute to bringing it in. If you do not see anything wrong with a college athlete struggling to pay for basic necessities like food while the NCAA rakes in millions, if not billions, then you really evaluate the realities of a college athlete.
A review of the first ever episode of the hit TV show Shark Tank. In this episode you will see five different businesses presented to potential investors. The episode features a pie factory, an implantable blue tooth device idea, an advertising platform for hospital waiting rooms, an medicine device for children, and a moving company.
A couple of years back I made one of the biggest mistakes that you can make during an interview. I had just graduated from college armed with a degree in accounting and a small firm wanted to interview me for an accounting position. I had already secured a position at another company but I was still looking for other employment opportunities.
The discovery channel has decided to cancel the popular TV show "Dirty Jobs". This show is more than entertainment it is education. For kids growing up trying to figure out how they would like to contribute to society, this show was a godsend. School teachers all over should be required to show students this show.
Born and raised in Texas I am no stranger to good high school football. Fortunately, in December of 2001 I was able to witness one of the best games in Texas high school football history.
This is a review of episode 7 of season 1 of the Shark Tank TV show. In this episode 4 businesses were presented to potential investors otherwise known as the Sharks. The businesses featured in this episodes are Grill Charms, FunHouse, Boogie Box Fitness, and Soy-Yer-Dough.
If you are going into business to become famous and well-known, then you going into business for the wrong reasons. The wealthiest people in the world, some who are relatively unknown, are involved in simple, boring yet very profitable industries. On a smaller scale there are some old school small businesses that consistently bring in cash and profits.