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Too Lazy To Do It is a place to share, find and discuss creative business ideas. Here you can find fresh, innovative ideas for new businesses and helpful hints for startups, and share your own thoughts and the ideas that you are too lazy to use.

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Latest Blog Posts for Too Lazy To Do It

  • Haggling in a bad economy
    on Dec 29, 2008 in Talking Points
    For small businesses trying to cope with the recession, (re)introducing the concept of haggling could be a way of attracting customers: The economic downturn is creating a new wave of bargain hunters - people who call asking about prices and...
  • Getting started as a global entrepreneur
    on Dec 19, 2008 in Talking Points
    Matthew Bandyk tips us off to a great new resource for global entrepreneurs: Everyone in the U.S. is going to start thinking about exports soon, with the value of the dollar now sliding again, erasing all its recent gains....
  • Small businesses and the recession
    on Dec 18, 2008 in Talking Points
    With all of the economic headlines these days focusing on the big picture, national economies and corporations, the effect of the recession on small businesses is kind of lost in the shuffle. What is happening, exactly, in small businesses...
  • Funny Business: I park like an idiot
    on Dec 17, 2008 in Ideas
    Bumper stickers to call people out on their crappy parking. You know the feeling. You've been searching in vain for a parking space for what seems like hours on end and finally catch a glimpse of an free spot,...
  • Student as entrepreneur
    on Dec 17, 2008 in Talking Points
    The benefits of being an entrepreneur in university We usually think of university as a place to prepare ourselves for future careers, not a place to start them. But university can be unique and valuable place to start a business....
  • A Generation Unfit for Entrepreneurship?
    on Dec 16, 2008 in Talking Points
    The baby boomer generation is known for its individual, strong willed tenacity that has made them successful entrepreneurs. But what of the baby boomers' successors, the so-called millennials, that is to say those born approximately between the mid-s
  • YouTube for Entrepreneurs
    on Dec 15, 2008 in Talking Points
    Though the vast majority of the videos found on YouTube are posted by amateurs, there are also those who make money, a lot of money , from their videos. One such person is Michael Buckley, whose story was recently...
  • Unlimited taxi rides for 48 euros a month
    on Dec 11, 2008 in Ideas
    To sell a card, rechargable on a monthly basis, which allows cardholders to take as many taxi rides as they want. This new business, recently profiled on Springwise, seems almost too good to be true. A Swiss start-up company...
  • A Guide to Venture Capital
    on Dec 10, 2008 in Talking Points
    Over at the Youngentrepreneur Blog, Evan Carmichael is writing a guide to venture capital, specifically what venture capitalists look for in a company. A sample: the first of the "14 things that VCs look for" is "Lifestyle vs. G
  • One way to deal with delinquent customers...
    on Nov 20, 2008 in Talking Points
    In Spain apparently it is perfectly legal to humiliate customers who are late paying their bills: In the United States it's illegal for business owners to humiliate delinquents in front of their friends, family and neighbors. In Spain it...
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