Ryan Biddulph

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Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author and world traveler who's been featured on Richard Branson's Virgin Blog, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Fox News, The Huffington Post and Neil Patel Dot Com. He has written and published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon. He can help you retire to a life of island hopping through smart blogging at Blogging From Paradise.

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Are You a Blogging Lone Wolf or a Team Player?

If you ever wondered why networking is important simply observe the most famous musicians on earth.

I just finished watching The Defiant Ones on Netflix.

Strongly recommended viewing if you are a music fan or entrepreneur.

The series details the lives of moguls Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine.

One pattern popped up again and again; these 2 men who became worth billions and hundreds of millions of dollars succeeded through their passion for music and through teamwork.

Jimmy Iovine worked with some of the most iconic musicians ever. John Lennon.Bruce Springsteen. Tom Petty. Dr. Dre. Eminem. The list goes on and on. Every brilliant artist, from Gwen Stefani to Trent Reznor, got their start when Jimmy spotted these diamonds in the rough and teamed up with them. Some of these artists them teamed up with each other, with Dr. Dre and Eminem forming a formidable duo.

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Are You Asking the Wrong Blogging Questions?

I spent the past 30 minutes reading questions on Quora.

I answered some but filtered out a healthy portion of silly questions.

Why?

These bloggers asked all the wrong questions.

I am not talking about the common: “How do you make money blogging?” query. This is a legitimate question. If you are new to blogging and have no idea how blogging works of course you want to know how to actually make money through the platform. No worries.

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How to Handle Business Crises

No matter how much planning you do you cannot avoid business crises.

Partnerships dissolving into thin air, your e-commerce site crashing or changing economic conditions level all but the most calm, confident and clear entrepreneurs.

Since you cannot dodge emergencies it’s wise to have a plan in place to deal with business resistance.

Struggling entrepreneurs press the panic button when things go south, making their business problems multiply at a rapid pace.

Experienced, calm and focused business owners know how to proceed despite any chaotic conditions arising concerning their venture.

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5 Steps to Think and Act Like a Successful Business Owner

Successful entrepreneurs think and act like top pros before successful results flow to them.

Mastering this concept takes time, patience and a willingness to delay your gratification.

If you follow top business owners in your niche you find that the majority worked intelligently for years before their ventures took off in a big league way.

Follow these 5 steps to think and act like a successful business owner.

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4 Facebook Marketing Tips for Small Business Owners

Facebook offers small business owners a powerful marketing platform.

From personalized, intimate messaging to larger scale groups, entrepreneurs can:

  • share value
  • build strong bonds
  • increase profits

through Facebook.

Avoid making the “post and run” error common to most small business owners on the social media site. Nobody simply posts an update that becomes a viral business builder.

As with any social network the value you see reflects the value you offer on Facebook.

Being social, engaging and helpful grows your small business venture persistently over the long haul.

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