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Monthly Archive: November 2010
If you want to turn your life around, try thankfulness. It will change your life – and your business – mightily. All great brands start somewhere and many businesses are on the verge of stardom in years to come. Successful individuals understand the importance of giving – most importantly giving thanks for all of life’s successes, accomplishments and significant victories. Here’s a countdown, in no particular order, of YFS Entrepreneurs that made a big splash in 2010 and ultimately, what they are utterly thankful for this holiday season. Read more. Visit www.YFSentrepreneur.com.
US online retail sales will reach $229 billion in 2013.* Is your company equipped to take advantage of this upsurge in online spending? The advent of the internet and change in consumer buying patterns has turned inconspicuous barely-known companies into must-have worldwide brands. The power of the online buyer is undeniably tremendous. Read more. Visit www.YFSentrepreneur.com.
Learn how two Harvard business school alums, Jennifer Hyman and Jenny Fleiss, brought the runway to the masses. Here’s a glimpse into the startup of Rent the Runway.
Stylish gadgets can make an entrepreneur’s life easier and increase productivity. With a million and one things to do – basic tasks should be simplified and streamlined. Take a peek at our most recent functional and stylish finds; gear that will help you rule the world and won’t break the bank. Featured: Clockwise; Left to Right.
With the advent of personal branding, social conversations and brand promotions, the savvy entrepreneur will find it easier than ever to develop a holistic approach to communicating ideas effectively. Surround sound branding, subtle yet impactful, can create lasting brand equity — personally and professionally. Four social innovators thought so too, creating an email app that enables users to transform their emails into powerful promotional tools. Think of email signatures with dynamic content – from your personal social profiles, to your recent blog post, your latest tweet or a cause to promote. The recipients of your email will see the updated content and can interact with it directly from the email. Read more. Visit. www.YFSentrepreneur.com.
“The process of social influence in which one person can enlist the aid and support of others in the accomplishment of a common task.” Although this is the definition of leadership, it is also the fundamental embodiment of entrepreneurialism. In the course of everyone’s life [personally or professionally] there is an opportunity … to lead. Leaders make determinative steps towards fulfilling their purpose and helping others do the same. Could the same be said of entrepreneurship?
Designing dreams is an undertaking that many fashion connoisseurs embark upon. However, few learn to identify opportunities and move forward to exploit them successfully.
If there’s one piece of business advice I can’t ever stress enough, it’s simply to be – nice. People like nice people. People like to work with nice people. People like to help nice people. People do not, however, like or want to go out of their way to help someone who is mean, difficult or otherwise personality-deficient. Seems pretty simple. So why, in business, aren’t more people nicer? Probably because “nice” is typically associated with “pushover,” “not taken seriously” and “won’t get very far.” Read more. Visit www.YFSentrepreneur.com