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The Invention of Bubble Gum


The threat of joblessness inspired this entrepreneur. Learn how an accountant put the bubble in bubble gum. The story of “Dubble Bubble.”

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Podcast Episode #5: “Rethink Your Industry”


In the latest episode of the Why Didn’t I Think of That? Podcast, Bob Smith and Greg Anastos sit down with thinkofthat.net blogger Benjamin Christopher and discuss the first of their Axioms For Entrepreneurs, “Re-think Your Industry.”

The Why Guys explore how companies like Netflix, Apple, Xerox, and General Motors were able to look at their industries, and their companies, in a new light.

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Pursue Your Passion

Business Axioms for Entrepreneurs

Do something you love, and you’ll never have to work a day in your life. So goes the old saying. Of course, anyone who has ever started a business based on their passion knows that, just because you’re passionate, it doesn’t mean you won’t be working your rear end off.

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Apply New Technology to an Existing Product

Business Axioms for Entrepreneurs

In this new series, I take an axiom every one to two weeks and have a closer look at it. Here is part two in the twelve-part series — Axiom #2: Apply New Technology to an Existing Product

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Home Depot


New Audio Story: How two men “rethought” the home improvement industry and made billions.

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