What can you learn from running a household that translates to running a business? In a recent survey by NAWBO and Ink from Chase, 42 percent of women business owners say their personal experience running a household directly influences the way they run their businesses, compared to just 25 percent Read More
Millennials have changed their dining-out habits—and it’s not good news for restaurant owners. According to a study by research group NPD, younger Millennials (ages 18 to 24) “made 27 fewer visits (per person) to restaurants between 2009 and 2012,” though this has ticked up a bit in the last two ye Read More
It’s a wise entrepreneur who learns from his or her elders. Meet three of the oldest companies in America and learn a lesson from their success.
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I have always been curious to see how other entrepreneurs and startup founders spend their time and what they’re working on.

I have seen several posts that provide “Income reports”, but they don’t really go into detail on the things they are working on – it’s mainly about the results. I am more Read More
If you didn’t have enough reasons to pack your bags and start travelling already, here are 6 golden reasons why entrepreneurs should travel the world. Read More
This startup thing is really tough. It’s really, properly, brain-achingly difficult. Luckily, them internets have LOTS OF HELP for starting, running and growing a business. Now you can have some too. Read More
Some of the biggest brands in the world today are created by those in retirement age. Is entrepreneurship the new retirement? Read More
After only one year on the market, CowWow Cereal Milk is all grown up and ready to head to college. Chris Pouy, CEO, tells his startup story. Read More
What does it take to go from nothing to making over $280,000 per month?
John Lee Dumas is the Founder and Host of the Entrepreneur On Fire podcast which was awarded ‘Best of iTunes 2013′ with 7.4 million downloads, 829,000 unique listens and subscribers in 145 countries.
John interviews today’s m Read More
Send me your business goals for the end of 2014 and here’s what I’ll do:
1. Read them with a nonjudgmental eye and “ear”. Yes, I will have compassion for grammar and spelling. lol.
2. Help you select the #1 thing to prioritize. 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 …

Fred Leo: BizSugar "Contributor of the Week"

Are you eligible to be our BizSugar "Contributor of the Week" on Facebook? Fred Leo is! So give him a big … More
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