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Are You Really The Entrepreneur You Claim To Be?

By: Ziad K. Abdelnour


It is real funny but it looks like everyone without a job today calls himself an entrepreneur, and–judging by the way the word is thrown around–you might think every one of those self employed people is. The term is applied to politicians and college presidents, cabdrivers and bookies. People like Donald Trump and Richard Branson […]

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My Thoughts Regarding Wealth Redistribution

By: Ziad K. Abdelnour


Much of the rhetoric we’re hearing in the media today talks about the huge gap between rich and poor. Politicians on both sides discuss this issue, but neither seems to get to the root of the problem. It’s true that the gap between the richest 10 percent of the country and the remaining 90 percent […]

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Winning Financial Support For Your Non Profit

By: Ziad K. Abdelnour


As Founder & President of the Financial Policy Council since 2011, I learned over the last few years more than a few effective ways to win financial support for non-profit organizations. I thought of sharing some with you in here for the benefit of anyone looking to enter the great world of non profits. Here’s […]

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Will the Venture Capital Industry ever go back to its glory days?

By: Ziad K. Abdelnour


It seems, at first, like the logical next act in the classic entrepreneurial script. Having developed your software company on your home-built microcomputer, you pack your bags and set off on a pilgrimage to the venture capital Mecca of San Francisco in search of the help you need to turn your creation into a multi-million-dollar […]

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Discerning Fact from Fiction

By: Ziad K. Abdelnour


There was a time that governments and the groups of elites that controlled them did not find it necessary to conscript themselves into wars of disinformation. Propaganda was relatively straightforward. The lies were much simpler. The control of information flow was easily directed. The elites kept the information to themselves, and removed its remnants from […]

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