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You can’t survive as an entrepreneur without resilience, because you are going to fail at least once, maybe multiple times. That’s the nature of trying something that’s never been done before. Resilience means not giving up, and being energized by what you have learned. As Thomas Edison said, "I ha Read More

6 Tips for Naming Your Business

6 Tips for Naming Your Business Avatar Posted by smpayton under Startups
From http://blog.corpnet.com 4 days ago
Made Hot by: sundaydriver on August 2, 2015 9:32 am
Choosing the right name for your business is critical. Here's how to secure the name you want and protect it for years to come. Read More
Maybe starting a new business isn’t your passion, but in these days of rapid change, where everyone is dealing with uncertainty, I believe that thinking and acting like entrepreneurs will help you get ahead in any profession. In simple terms this means taking control of your life, going after somet Read More
Becoming an entrepreneur is no easy task but with today’s technology, starting a business is a very real option for anyone, at any stage of their career. Read More
These days, it is almost impossible to find a small business where everything is done at the home location, by full-time employees. We are in the age of outsourcing, by any of many popular names, including subcontracting, freelancing, and virtual assistants. These approaches allow your startup to g Read More

Unexpected Quality Many Successful Tech Investors Have

Unexpected Quality Many Successful Tech Investors Have Avatar Posted by lyceum under Startups
From http://smallbiztrends.com 11 days ago
Made Hot by: BizWise on July 27, 2015 11:07 am
There are several qualities that good tech investors have in common: patience, focus, determination. But there’s another quality that might help determine successful investments: nerdiness.
It’s likely not one you’d immediately think of, but John Lilly insists it’s the truth. A self-proclaimed “al Read More

What Starting Multiple Businesses Has Taught Me

What Starting Multiple Businesses Has Taught Me Avatar Posted by smpayton under Startups
From http://blog.corpnet.com 9 days ago
Made Hot by: maestro68 on July 27, 2015 9:49 am
Starting one business is one thing. Starting multiples is another. Here's what I've learned in starting 2 business filing companies. Read More
As the number of sites on the Internet floats around one billion, the challenge with every new startup is to be found and stand out. More important, if someone does find your site, the content better be enticing enough for them to come back. Blogging is one of the best ways to do this and build a b Read More
We contributed to the Huffington Post's story regarding different coping strategies for the stress that comes with being a successful entrepreneur. Read More
From Henry Ford’s Model T to Tesla’s Model S and its new Ludicrous Mode — the car industry can teach us a lot about innovation and productivity. Here are 4 such lessons any business can benefit from. Read More

Three Key Voluntary Policies for Women

Today 4 in 10 women are the sole or primary breadwinners for their families,¹ and they do more than twice the amount …

Jon-Mikel Bailey @woodstreetweb Creates Business By Design

Since its founding in 2002, the Web and mobile design firm Jon-Mikel Bailey heads with partners James Stup, Jason … More
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