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More Americans are stepping out to create their own home-based business as the economy continues to make a sluggish turnaround.
But entrepreneurship is no easy feat. It takes more than a good business idea and the desire to do well. There are also pyramid schemes and poor advice to steer clear of.
For more on America's rising entrepreneurial spirit and what's needed to be successful, CBN News spoke with John Mulford, international entrepreneurship professor at Regent University, and Lindy-Faye Trost, owner of the cosmetic group Beauty Control.
Click play to watch part one of their discussion.
Robert Fitzpatrick of PyramidSchemeAlert.com is an expert in revealing deception and fraud in bogus home-based businesses. Watch his comments in part two of the CBN News roundtable below.
The church can be a good place to promote a business, but is it appropriate? Watch analysis below about church involvement in small business efforts.
CBN News Anchor & Reporter Lee Webb ended the multi-level marketing roundtable with insight on what the Bible says about business and God's reward when we strive for excellence. Watch more below.
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