Entrepreneurship is a labor of love. And the kinetic energy of an entrepreneurs hustle and toil will produce results and reward.
Monthly Archive: October 2011
Find a way to make your business building activities an ingrained habit in order to grow your bottom line and live the lifestyle of your dreams. Here are eight common sabotage habits and one way to fix them today.
Are successful entrepreneurs too busy to have lunch? Mark Suster, an entrepreneur turned VC, thinks so and here’s why. “Meals or coffee are a great way to build rapport … and I love breaking bread as much as the next guy. But there’e a time, a place and a way to do it as well as “the art of the ask” that avoids you looking like a rookie.”
Receiving venture capital or angel funding means that you have money in the bank to build your business. It does not mean that your business is successful. This distinction seems to be neglected by many.
Learn how one renegade adman, invests in public good ventures, ultimately creating a paradigm shift in the creative community and leading the charge for innovation, social good and entrepreneurship one partnership at a time.
If you’re ready to bootstrap your next startup, here are some essential personal and business finance “rules of the road” to follow along the way.
Back when I first started my business I didn’t realize that there were more ways to monetize your business than just selling to consumers. Here are just a few of the ones I have found most relevant and continually successful.
Small Business Musings and Muchness: A curated glimpse of the best videos on small business, startups and entrepreneurship around the web.
Growing Your Small Business through Government Contracts: On the Scene at AmEx OPEN Forum’s VIP Event
Are you doing business with the world’s largest customer? If not, you may want to reconsider.
For those of us that are strong enough to survive our first year in business, the second year can be a huge sigh of relief. Here are three suggestions for what you should be doing in your second year of running a business.