Dan Coleman
BA in Spanish and BS in Economic Crime Investigations. Prior work experience includes bilingual admin and phone work, healthcare fraud identification and referrals to the Special Investigations Unit in a health insurance company, and preliminary unemployment insurance fraud investigation work. Now medically retired, I enjoy freelance writing gigs, freelance medical interpreting gigs, and freelance health insurance fraud investigative gigs.
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Should You Pursue an MBA in Entrepreneurship?

As in all major life decisions, there are several variables, and weighing the pros and cons is essential; whether to pursue an MBA in entrepreneurship before or during the running of a business is not an easy choice. An article from Forbes reiterates this writer’s

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How To Practice Responsible Entrepreneurship — The New Way

Yours truly remembers the debate in the state where I grew up. Dram shop laws vary from state-to-state. They are the laws that prevent bartenders from serving to minors, to those addicted to alcohol, and those already inebriated requesting more. The effect on life as I

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Which Type of Entrepreneur Are You?

A lot of people do it. Even a lot of entrepreneurs themselves do it. The assumption made is that all entrepreneurs are the same. After all, each has an idea for a business, develops it, and launches it. However, knowing one’s type of entrepreneurship is

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Drop Biscuits And Dropshipping—A Dough-Filled Proposition

When drop biscuits were first introduced, their appeal was the possibility of biscuits at the table with fewer ingredients, fewer prep tools, and less prep and clean-up time than scratch biscuits. Not mentioned were their aversion to left-over uses, the hard, lumpy biscuit exteriors, and

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Entrepreneurs Are Tactical Risk Takers, Not Genies

This is a story about a man who accepted a challenge from a friend to stretch his comfort zone and go on a blind date that turned out to be a double blind date. The president of a start-up non-profit organization knew both volunteers to

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How Does An Entrepreneur Measure Success?

There are any number of reasons a person decides to launch an entrepreneurial effort. For some the path to prosperity is not even a handsome salaried position but the freedom to punch one’s own clock and to lead one’s own board meeting. Some lose a

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How To Find Angel Investors Without Clipping Their Wings

If the term angel investors is previously unknown to you, an aspiring, budding, or fledgling entrepreneur, it will soon enough become both familiar and relevant. Unless you are otherwise independently wealthy, then your business idea is going to need funding sooner rather than later. There

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Is Out-Sourcing Development Good For Your Business?

The quagmire of nearly every entrepreneur is how much of their business to share with not only employees, but also with consultants or out-sourcing companies. The reality is the patent will not go unchallenged indefinitely. The balance between guarding the secrets well and not stifling growth