1. Ha! This is too cool! :)
    Ahh, good ol’ entrepreneurs!
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    1. All through the ages, they’ve been there. :)

  2. Lol! Loved it…Infographs?
    I read so much about entrepreneurship everywhere and this makes it so much more interesting!
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    1. There’s something about cartoonish drawings. Put anything in a cartoon and it’s just cooler that way. ;)

  3. Aloha Michelle, I must say, I like your post. Very creative! Glad I came by, keep it going! Mahalo, Lani :)
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  4. Good job! Nothing like a good info-graph to build up the rep of a social media entREPreneur :-) now if you’ll excuse me, imma tweet this.
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    1. Thanks for sharing on Twitter, Pedro, and for stopping by to comment. :)

  5. Who knew a grasshopper could produce something like this?! LOL!

    WAY cool infographic.

    To answer: “Which period do you think you’d have done well in?”

    Since I love language arts, I would have jived nicely with the Phoenicians — they were the first to use the alphabet. =)

    Totally enjoyable post — thanks!
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    1. Fun point! Yes, I’d want to be in a time period that had figured out writing, too. :)

  6. Hi Michelle,

    Love this illustration. Funny that they talked about Roman merchants. I have another personal blog about my life in Rome and last week, I was bothering my husband to visit the Trajan marketplace! It’s so well designed and organized and this was thousands of years ago! Revenge of the Geeks is hilarious but true :)

    All the best,
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    1. So neat! It’s cool to look back through history and realize the different times, different tools, but same drive, imagination, and brilliance.

  7. I enjoyed the illustration.^^ I’m proud to be a woman and I might have done well in the “ladies’ turn” era.

    1. Personally I’m glad not to have lived before then – would have been tough to be an entrepreneur before women broke into the business world. :)

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