Hi! I'm Dane Carlson, and welcome to the Business Opportunities Weblog. I've been publishing this website, by myself, and sometimes with the help of others for over twelve years now. You'll notice two things about this site right away:

  • We have tons of content. In fact, since November 2011, I've published more than 26,000 posts on thousands of different business ideas and opportunities.
  • We don't sell much advertising. In late 2013, I realized that by selling advertising, what I was really selling was my readers. In 2014, I've already radically cut down on the number of ads and will hopefully keep cutting.

Raising Eyebrows

Not every entrepreneur gets it right the first time, or even the fifth, but persistence pays. After years of failures and $150,000 of debt, Dal LaMagna finally made it, founding Tweezerman. Read his inspirational story for success in the face of collapse.
 
 

Launch Fever

Timothy Taylor started his career at NASA, but made a decision familiar to many entrepreneurs: leaving behind the 9-5 to pursue his entrepreneurial dream. Read about his struggles and difficult decisions on the path to his success.
 
 

Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain

Ryan Blair was once a gang member in juvenile detention. He started his business career with no formal training, but with the help of a mentor, started his first company at 21, growing to become a multimillionaire entrepreneur.
 
 

You Can Do It

Stanley A. Dashew is a man who knows how to rise to a challenge – he found a job in the middle of the Great Depression. His book offers inspiration and lessons for creating your own success.
 
 

Ben Franklin: America’s Original Entrepreneur

Learn about Benjamin Franklin’s breakthrough work as an entrepreneur in this modern translation of his autobiography. This book serves as an inspiration to today’s innovators who feel they can learn from creators in our American past.
 
 

Chicken Lips, Wheeler-Dealer and the Beady-Eyed MBA

Frank Farwell shares his story as a man crazy enough to leave a well-paying job for self-employment during a recession. In this book, you’ll learn about pitfalls and successes on his way to a three-time Inc. 500 company.
 
 

Sam Walton: Made in America

Whether you love or hate WalMart, the late Sam Walton’s wisdom for entrepreneurs is undeniable. Learn about risk, hard work and entrepreneurship from the man who created the empire known.
 
 
 

How to Get Rich

Felix Dennis shares his secrets as one of the world’s greatest entrepreneurs. In this book, he offers advice including common startup errors in an entertaining, practical style.
 
 
 

Dreaming Impossible Dreams

Multimillionaire philanthropist EJ Ourso shares how he acquired 56 businesses in 48 years, many without any money down. You’ll see his early start as a salesman and wisdom for wealth acquisition.
 
 

The Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie and the Gospel of Wealth

Andrew Carnegie’s autobiography offers excellent lessons for budding entrepreneurs. Read this book to gain wisdom from his life and choices as a businessman.
 
 

Who Says I Can’t?

Jothy Rosenberg embodies the spirit of the persistent and triumphant entrepreneur. He overcame a cancer diagnosis to a career in athletics, overcoming obstacles and taking on entrepreneurship.
 
 

Business Stripped Bare

Those who are awed by Richard Branson will appreciate his autobiography, in which he shares his life and business. Find advice, stories and more in this guide to success in business as well as life.
 
 

1,000 Dollars and an Idea

Sam Wyly went from country boy entrepreneur to millionaire involved in many successful business ventures. In this autobiography, he shares his experiences and universal lessons that are wise for any reader.
 
 

Hard Drive

Many are familiar with Bill Gates and his business, Microsoft. A Harvard dropout, Gates formed his own company at 19 with his friends. In this book, you’ll learn about his ambition and drive that made Microsoft what it is today.
 
 

Confessions of a Serial Entrepreneur

If you appreciate the modern Renaissance man or woman, this book offers an excellent inspiration. A man who worked every kind of job, entrepreneur Stuart Skorman explains why he can’t stop starting over with a new business, and how he made it work.
 
 

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Originally posted by Dane Carlson on March 10, 2014 in bizopy / Books.

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