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We Are Moving Back to Hawaii

September 18, 2014

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Why not now? I was finally able to ask that question this past summer. I looked over at my wife one evening and asked her why not now? I told her that I thought we could make the move. Our goals had been reached. A smile quickly came over her face, and I knew that […]

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How Craigslist Can Be the Ultimate Part Time Job

September 2, 2014

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If you are looking for a part time job right now, stop for a moment and read this post. I believe everyone looking for part time work should consider Craigslist for many reasons. You have total control over what days you work, how many hours, and how much money you make.  You can bring your […]

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Live Interview with Hawaii TechWorks

August 25, 2014

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For you night owls out there, tonight I’m going to be interviewed by Hawaii TechWorks for their Monthly Tech Tuesday. I will be sharing more of the story of how I ended up buying and selling items on Craigslist for a living and how that led to the ReCraigslist.com blog, and eventually ApplianceSchool.com. UPDATE: The […]

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Still Earning A Living on Craigslist in 2014 Ask Me Anything

August 22, 2014

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It’s time to do a new ask me anything. It’s been three years since the last one, and a lot has changed in three years. I’m still earning a living on Craigslist, though a few of my side projects such as ApplianceSchool.com are doing quite well. I’m working from home, have 5 incredible kids and […]

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What I Learned Last Week Could Be More Valuable Than My College Education

July 13, 2014

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This is a guest post by Aaron Powell. Aaron is a high school music teacher who started buying and selling items on Craigslist to assist his efforts in shedding 89k of debt in two years. Fifty-Six Thousand Dollars. Eight years ago I went off to college to follow my dream of being a school music teacher. I […]

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Why My Kids Are Learning To Work

July 8, 2014

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The greatest athletes in the world start training when they are young. The greatest musicians start taking lessons when they are children. Some of the greatest entrepreneurs in the world were starting businesses when they were teenagers. To become great at something, it takes a lot of time and effort. Habits that children learn when […]

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8 Reasons You Should Start a T-Shirt Business

June 30, 2014

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Five months ago we launched ApplianceSchool.com to help people start their own appliance business  and the response has been amazing. We have students from all over the US and Canada who have already built successful businesses. It’s a great feeling to have helped people start their own businesses, earn a great living, set their own […]

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How To Grow Your Business on Craigslist

June 22, 2014

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A few months ago, a friend of mine came over to have coffee and talk about business. He shared with me that he was struggling to get very much business from his Craigslist listing in the service section. So I suggested a number of changes to both the listing and his pricing. The results even […]

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How To Get A Job That Pays You More Than Money

June 13, 2014

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There are almost 10 million people that are unemployed in the United States right now. Some are in a position to start their own business. Most others are going to need to find a job. But how? How do they stick out in a crowded field of applicants that is often hundreds deep? Where should they apply for […]

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10 Things to Remember When Starting a Business

June 8, 2014

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“My father could have been a great comedian, but he didn’t believe that that was possible for him, and so he made a conservative choice. Instead, he got a safe job as an accountant. When I was 12 years old, he was let go from that safe job, and our family had to do whatever […]

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