Thinking of starting a side project?

What kinds of side projects should you take on?

The first question when looking to take on a side project is ‘what should I do?’.

Well, a side project can be a way to put your mind off of your usual tasks, or a way to sharpen your skills up to get bette Read More

How to Open a Coffee Shop of Your Own

How to Open a Coffee Shop of Your Own Avatar Posted by stillwagon428 under Startups
From 63 days ago
Made Hot by: advertglobal on July 2, 2016 2:11 pm
Thinking about starting your own coffee shop? You’re not alone. Coffee shops are already incredibly popular. A variety of coffee franchises to challenge industry leader Starbucks are already available, but there’s no need to spend a huge amount of money on a franchise. You can launch your own indep Read More
Have you noticed that the really big startup wins in the last couple of decades have come from creating and dominating new market categories, more than just new solutions? Steve Jobs was a master new category king, by preaching the need for new thinking as he introduced the iPad, iPhone, and Apple Read More
There are only two reasons for real businesses being without competition, even for a short time:
1st is that your business or product is so new, so innovative, that nobody else can duplicate it.
2nd is a fatal flaw that others know and you don’t: it’s not a good enough business to attract others Read More

Letting Go to Grow - AceConcierge

Letting Go to Grow - AceConcierge Avatar Posted by aceconcierge under Startups
From 63 days ago
Made Hot by: luvhealthcare on June 30, 2016 11:10 pm
When you first launched your startup, you needed to have your hands in everything that went on. But if your ultimate goal involves scaling your business beyond startup and into a full-fledged company, you need to master the art of letting go. Read More
Entrepreneurs need to be effective team leaders, since no one can transform an idea into a product and a business without some help. Unfortunately many founders I work with as a mentor are experts on the technical side, but have no insight into leading a team. But fortunately, team building is a sk Read More
Some analysts argue that revenue drives growth, while others say user growth drives revenue. Both have worked. Google reached $1B in revenue within five years of incorporation, and now has a market capitalization of over $400B. Twitter showed no focus on revenue in the first five years, but was abl Read More

11 Reasons Why Failing at Your First Startup Might Be a Good Thing

11 Reasons Why Failing at Your First Startup Might Be a Good Thing Avatar Posted by ivanpw under Startups
From 67 days ago
Made Hot by: deanuk on June 27, 2016 9:07 pm
Why is failing at your first startup a good thing for your entrepreneurial career? These answers are provided by members of Young Entrepreneur Council. Read More
Another Podcast is upon us! Elizabeth Larkin and Gene Marks chat with a guest, Tim Barklage, a co-founder of Better Life. This startup was featured on a episode of ABC's SharkTank. Have a listen to Tim's journey and subscribe to our weekly newsletter! Read More
Almost every entrepreneur looking for outside investors has heard the annoying rejection, “You are just too early – come back when you have more traction.” That should make you wonder - how do you measure traction in a metric? If it’s so important to investors, perhaps you should be using traction Read More

This Could Be One of the Most Underestimated Employee Benefits

What's more important than salaries at your small business? Small business owners and entrepreneurs sometimes believe they …

Rahul Varshneya @rahulvarshneya Helps You Get Started

If you want to know what not to do when starting a business, Rahul Varshneya is your go to guy. Of course, he can also … More
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