5 Entrepreneur Mistakes Even Successful People Often Make

5 Entrepreneur Mistakes Even Successful People Often Make Avatar Posted by stillwagon428 under Startups
From http://smallbiztrends.com 72 days ago
Made Hot by: leonesimmy on August 18, 2014 7:29 am
Although most might not freely admit it, all entrepreneurs—even the most seasoned ones—make mistakes throughout their careers. It’s something that every founder and business leader has to deal with at one point or another. If you’re thinking about diving into the world of entrepreneurship by start Read More

Does Your Age Affect Your Success as an Entrepreneur?

Does Your Age Affect Your Success as an Entrepreneur? Avatar Posted by Nellie Akalp under Startups
From http://blog.corpnet.com 72 days ago
Made Hot by: Webdev1 on August 18, 2014 7:15 am
While it's possible to succeed as a business owner at any age, certain generations have some advantages over others. Anita Campbell shares this great post on the CorpNet.com blog. Read More

Inventor Entrepreneurs May Be The Rare Exception

Inventor Entrepreneurs May Be The Rare Exception Avatar Posted by martinzwilling under Startups
From http://blog.startupprofessionals.com 75 days ago
Made Hot by: blogexpert on August 16, 2014 6:04 pm
In my experience, inventors and technologists aren’t interested or aren’t very good at building a business, and entrepreneurs aren’t usually good scientists. These people need to find each other, and can jointly make a great team for a new startup. Without the synergy, companies like Apple might ne Read More
Some analysts argue that revenue drives growth, while others say user growth drives revenue. Both have worked.Google reached $1 billion in revenue within five years of incorporation, and now has a market capitalization of over $400 billion. Twitter showed no focus on revenue in the first five years Read More

Are You Properly Managing Your Core Competency?

Are You Properly Managing Your Core Competency? Avatar Posted by martinzwilling under Startups
From http://blog.startupprofessionals.com 78 days ago
Made Hot by: PMVirtual on August 15, 2014 12:37 pm
If you have a software development background like mine, I’m sure you often get questions about when to outsource, versus building the solution in-house. The same applies to manufacturing and almost any process these days. Outsourcing is defined as contracting the work to another company, usually l Read More
Savvy entrepreneurs start testing their ideas on potential customers even before the concept is fully cooked. They have enough confidence in their ability to deliver that they don’t worry about someone stealing the idea to get there first, and they don’t forget to listen carefully to critical feedb Read More
Email management – both a blessing for your small business and a curse. You can use it to build and transact relationships, both professional and personal. And you can use it to inform, educate and inspire yourself and others about what’s possible in the world. But it can also be a burden, a consta Read More
Two heads are better than one, so the first task in many startups is finding a co-founder or two. You need to find the skills or experience you don’t have in business, technology or money. The first question I usually get is what percent of the company or equity is that person worth? Giving a co-fo Read More

That Point at Which You Turn Down Freelance Writing Gigs

That Point at Which You Turn Down Freelance Writing Gigs Avatar Posted by MMarquit under Startups
From http://mirandamarquit.com 79 days ago
Made Hot by: Digitaladvert on August 10, 2014 9:05 am
It’s hard to say no to freelance writing gigs. But I’ve reached that point with my current life and workload. Read More
Whenever a new business is started, or has even been going for a few years, there are many ways in which the businesses waste money. Sometimes it’s on little things, but other times a lot of money is being wasted when it could easily be avoided, and the owners should know better. 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 …
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Cate Costa @cate_costa Combines Passions for Entrepreneurship, Travel

If there's one thing Cate Costa loves as much as helping entrepreneurs, it's being on the move. Now, in her own … More
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