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Birthese, the language of birth and birthing (whether people, projects, communities, countries, or companies (startups/incubators)), is conceived and designed to help Brandergy members realize the importance of not just "starting" a "startup" company which any of us can do without much deep thought but, more importantly, "giving birth to a fully CONCEIVED and fully DESIGNED COMPANY" ... one developed and READY for DOING BUSINESS ... 

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Comment by Vincent Wright on May 26, 2016 at 8:05pm

Gerald:

I don't know if that'd be enough for a full-time business but, I can certainly tell you that I've recently been involved with an opportunity where one of the expensed items was for a "food menu creator" (This would have been for items to be served at the restaurant but, also regional and national distribution concerns... (cannot share more details than those, though...))

Comment by Gerald Bailey on May 26, 2016 at 7:03pm

I find that I'm constantly coming up with new restaurant ideas and I’ve even gone to the trouble of creating menus for them which have received positive feedback after sharing with friends and relatives.

I have also gone into restaurants and after looking a menu over, I immediately see areas to improve their menu (and quite often their food too!) and thereby make the establishment more successful.

Since I don't think I want to own and operate a restaurant myself, I wonder if there is a PROFITABLE business model to be had here?  Would a restaurant owner pay someone such as myself (especially since I don’t have a chef pedigree, only just happen to be an extremely good cook) to help them out in those areas?

Comment by Vincent Wright on February 9, 2016 at 3:11pm

Starting a startup alone is like running a 26 mile marathon on one leg, alone... 

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Comment by Vincent Wright on October 23, 2015 at 7:03pm

5 Books to Read Before Starting Your Business:

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#KeepSTRONG!
+Vincent Wright
Brandergist | Brandergy.com

Comment by Vincent Wright on September 19, 2015 at 1:12pm
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Comment by Vincent Wright on November 26, 2013 at 6:29pm

Crick If this is the one the product you shared with me earlier this year, this thing is gonna be HOT ...

By the way: Why not start a conversation on Startups titled something like "Introducing LeafLit" by using this link: http://brandergy.com/group/startups/forum/topic/new 

That way your friends here on Brandergy can help you get a bit more social media lift....

Look forward to catching up with you soon, Crick!

Keep STRONG!

+Vincent Wright

Comment by Crick Waters on November 26, 2013 at 6:05pm

Hello Startup group.  I'm counting the days now to the private beta release of LeafLit.  If you're an eBook reader (and have an iPad) - LeafLit makes eBooks Read Better.

 

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