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The Technology Entrepreneurship Intersection

Last week, this blog discussed one of the important small business insights from Bhu Srinivasan’s excellent book, Americana: A 400-year History of American Capitalism. Note: That insight appears here, Henry Ford and the Problem of Customer-ization. But I want to share one other big insight for small businesses: The technology entrepreneurship intersection. Fortunately, this insight […]

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Work From Home Customer Service Jobs that DON’T Require a Ton of Phone Work

You don’t need any special skills to work from home. I mean, sure, you can use any of your unique knowledge and experiences to land a work from home job, but if you’re a total newbie, that’s okay too. You see, the beauty of remote work is that there are endless possibilities. From master degree […]

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Henry Ford and the Problem of Customer-ization

Last month, while on vacation, I read Bhu Srinivasan’s excellent book, Americana: A 400-year History of American Capitalism. Srinivasan’s epic work paints a panoramic picture of U.S. capitalism and entrepreneurship. And for small businesses, two big insights jump out at you. One, I discuss in this blog post—the problem of customer-ization which Henry Ford solved. […]

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