Get Found On Google with Get Going IN Business

The Productivity Hack: How to Get The Most Out of Your Day

I just got done listening to a podcast about productivity by Chris Bailey, called The Productivity Project. I’ve also downloaded his book on Audible and would highly recommend it. Everyone gets 24 hours in a day. Everybody sleeps five to eight hours of that 24. Why do some people get more done than others? A […]

Thinking Bigger: Double Your Success

I recently went on a vacation during spring break to Florida with a friend and his business partner Thinking bigger. They rented an amazing house on the ocean. The house was 8,000 square feet, had 8 bedrooms, 7 1/2 bathrooms, and an infinity pool. It was right on the ocean with surround sound speakers and […]

Learning About Stocks: My Nephews Stock Pics

Earning Money As A Child Over the weekend, I had my family stocks come in from out of town and they spent a week with us. My nephew made the Junior Olympics and was out in Colorado for two weeks before that. It costs a lot of money to ski, and so we sent him […]

Are You Pivoting On Technology Or The Market

Great Ideas Come From An Inflection Point In Technology Andy Rachleff was a big hedge fund guy that helped start Benchmark Capital. If you’re in the startup scene, Benchmark Capital will not mean a lot to you. But Benchmark went on to fund Uber, Snap, eBay, Juniper Networks, and many more. I felt compelled to […]

The Passionate Business Owner Vs. Cutting Corners

The Difference Between Cutting Corners & Streamlining Your Business I have worked in the past with a lot of different business owners from the financial industry, to restaurants, and salons, to retail. You can really tell the difference between business owners that started because they’re passionate about the business. You can also spot business owners who go […]

Innovating A Non-Tech Industry: Brainstorming Business Ideas

The Right Idea For The Right Industry I’ve been looking for my next business move and/or companies to start. I’ve brainstormed a few ideas about the industry. In fact, I was sitting down with a co-worker a few months ago and he asked why I had not made a move yet. He said, “Is it […]

How To Work Remotely in This Economy

The Sharing Economy Is Growing I think we are in a really exciting time for all generations as the sharing economy is growing. In this post, let’s look at companies that allow you to work remotely instead of for one employer and predict How to work remotely in this economy. Traditionally, you would graduate from […]

Selling My First Startup: Lessons Learned

Creating My First Company I take startup a company eight years ago. We grew sales for the first five years, and then it plateaued or I got bored. I kept hitting roadblocks with partners, I should have been more adamant about my vision, lesson learned. It’s probably the first feeling I get when I know […]

Keeping Up With The Jones; Will Break The Bank

The Consumption Economy I listened to a podcast that my friend Jones’ made. It’s called every day Saturday. Sam is out of Cincinnati, Ohio. He talked about how recently he watched a documentary called “Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things”. Sam had a large house, 3,000 square feet, four bedrooms, and four baths. He […]

Saving Rates Are Decreasing

Younger people in the workforce are not saving as much as the baby boomer generation did. We, as young people, millennials, do not have a high enough emphasis on saving for the future. We live more for the right now and we have a huge issue with instant gratification. I am at fault for this […]

Enter Your Information

So we can email you a PDF and full walkthrough.