9 Ways To Validate Your Startup Ideas

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Blog , Business

Have you experienced an ‘Aha’ moment and had a bright idea that you feel will be a profitable business for you? You might feel extremely excited and want to immediately act on that idea. While there are instances in which the hasty decision of investing in the business right away succeeded, most of the time, they led to failure. Here are 9 ways to validate your startup ideas.

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Bad Brokers And Good Investments

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Blog , Business , Insights

When you invest your money into the securities market, there are bad brokers and good investments. Like anything else you have to do your homework to sort them out. The securities industry for a long time has been a swamp infested with leeches just looking for fresh meat. When they find an inexperienced investor, they tend to use high-pressure sales tactics, and abundant turnover of your holdings to spike their commissions.  But that doesn’t mean that a wise investor can’t navigate around them. 

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Cold Spring Advisory and Louis Ottimo Confronted

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Blog , Interviews

I received a call from Louis Ottimo about a month ago, partly in reference to the article I wrote in September about him and his affiliation with Cold Spring Advisory, and also about me reaching out to a client.

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Play Therapy History

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Blog , Kids , Offsite Articles

Play therapy history is not something I went looking for on my own. Being a staff researcher and writer for Inicia Incorporated, I come across a lot of subjects for which I had not been aware, such as the recent topic (Play Therapy) I co-researched and co-wrote an article about the theory, history and practice of Play Therapy.

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Autism Solutions discussed at Ted Talks: Wendy Chung

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Blog , Reviews

Autism Solutions were discussed on Ted Talks: Wendy Chung: Autism, what we know (and what we don’t know yet) was an interesting and well-delivered 15-minute presentation on Ted Talks, which I reviewed and wrote about for Childswork.com.

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