Here are five things you can start doing right now to regain control of your time and business.
Author: The YEC
Here’s a look at some of the bigger epiphanies that have changed how I think about startups and life.
Instead of viewing yourself as a hunter bounding toward the investor of your dreams … The more VC’s you meet, the more likely you will find your match.
With all of your prior success, it is hard not to become comfortable and forgo taking the risks that come with starting a business.
Chasing trends is lazy and boring. People ultimately buy from people they like, from brands they connect with, and products that make them feel better.
Brainstorming sessions, when done correctly, can be one of the most powerful tools in your business.
In my twenties, I learned several things about life (and business) that all entrepreneurs can benefit from.
The digital age has changed everything. Yet we still see businesses and brands that fell behind because they were married to their own way of thinking or too slow to adapt to the new reality.
Building trust takes time and a lot of hard work. But it is entirely achievable if you and your team work on three of your most important core competencies.
Websites are becoming more complex and cool, but unfortunately for many companies this also means these same websites are becoming less usable, rendering them useless.