Author Archives: Sharon Lechter

Millennials

By the year 2025, 75% of our workforce will be millennials. The millennials outnumber even the baby boomers. They are also different than the boomers. As an employer or business owner, you need to understand the differences. The culture that worked in the past may not be the best fit for the new and upcoming […]

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Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights, and Protecting Your Brand with Michael Lechter

Michael Lechter and I have been married for 38 years. We have built global businesses together including the children’s talking book company, the Rich Dad organization, and now the advice we are giving on Napoleon Hill. Michael is an attorney and an expert on intellectual property.  Today we talk about intellectual property and some of the misconceptions […]

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Creativity

When was the last time you allowed yourself to be creative? To use the power of your imagination and let your mind explore what could be possible in our world? How does creativity, imagination, and curiosity play a role in the development, growth, and success of our businesses? In this week’s episode, I’m talking about […]

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How to Publish

It’s never been easier to publish a book than it is today. In the past, the primary way to get published was to find and pitch your book idea to a publishing house or start your own publishing company. Although publishing houses are still a viable option to get your book published today, the internet […]

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Storytelling

Being a good storyteller can significantly impact your business. Whether you are sharing how your business got started or explaining how something works, you often express your thoughts and ideas through telling your story. When it comes to telling your story, it’s important to keep in mind the medium you are using. Whether it’s writing […]

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Write Your Book

Whether you’re selling a book, a product, or a service, the three-legged stool analogy applies. In a business sense, this means that one leg is the product or service you are selling; the second leg is your platform, and the third leg is you. On today’s episode, I want to share with you some of […]

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Why Businesses Fail

Statistics show that 8 out of every 10 new businesses fail within the first 18 months, but no one ever talks about why so many new businesses fail so soon after they launch. To have a successful, thriving, sustainable business, you need more than just passion and talent. I’ve talked a lot about the power […]

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