The astute entrepreneur works at reducing the driving forces of his business to replicatable systems so his business can run profitably without him and then often finds ways to leverage the work he’s done in perfecting those systems for himself into yet another business: selling the systems to others.

Subscription model with rights to use ads and marketing materials. Territories — one per geographic area (e.g., postal codes) for added scarcity. Dan S. Kennedy

50 Ideas for a Lucrative Side Hustle

No matter where you’re from or what you do for a living, thanks to the conveniences afforded to us by the internet, making money is no longer a constant and never-ending struggle. With the proverbial world at our fingertips, as long as you know how to tap into the vast amount of opportunities found in the digital ether of […]

For business purposes, focus on ‘practical creativity’, i.e., re-arranging the old (tested and proven) in a new way, or ‘plus-ing’ what already works.

Either way, you’re not starting with a blank page. Walt Disney didn’t start Disneyland with a blank page; he started with already proven, profitable amusement parks, and began subtracting things he disliked, adding things he thought could be done better, further plus-ing new ideas on top of the re-arranged old ones. Dan S. Kennedy