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30
October
2009

Why We Should Replace Most State Legislators

Getting rid of officials who insist on keeping their government-supplied coverage is mandatory for long-term health insurance reform. Despite everything going on now in...
 
27
October
2009

Reveling in Rejection

How I got rejected at Wharton and learned one of life’s most important lessons Rejection by a qualified prospect means that you, personally, have...
 
23
October
2009

Employment Update: Why Things are About to Get Much Worse

While the U.S. economy is getting better on Wall Street, things are getting worse on Main Street. Unemployment benefits are running out and small...
 
13
October
2009

Making Your Own Luck – God Helps Those Who Help Themselves

The rest of the story how I got rejected at Wharton Business School and how I got Wharton to reverse their decision two days...
 
29
September
2009

Why Things Work OVER Time but not EVERY Time

One major frustration facing new entrepreneurs and managers, particularly in sales, is why a particular process that works most of the time does not work every time. When...
 
15
September
2009

The Class of 2009 – The Best and Worst of Times

The bifurcation among new college graduates, and among existing workers, is creating a new opportunity in our economy that could eventually become a major...
 
8
September
2009

Finding God in Your Work or Business

As an macro-economist, I see a true and loving God at work every day. Who else could have created a world where people become...
 
3
September
2009

Making Sure You are in the Right Business

Is Your Business Right For You? Ask Yourself:• Are you passionate and excited about your business? • Do you feel torn between family time...
 
17
August
2009

Fixing the World – What’s the Right Business for You

The Great Crash of 2008-2009 has created a great opportunity for entrepreneurs today. This is because: 1. The crash was caused by a stagnation...
 
14
August
2009

Welcome to The Entrepreneurial Challenge!

I’m Paul Zane Pilzer – author, economist, professor and entrepreneur. Welcome to my new blog where I’m hoping to build an involved community of...