Cuba has been sitting in the corner with its nose to the wall for quite a long, arduous and extended time out. Why? For a variety of reasons. But times are changing.
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Inspiration lies in unexpected places. When you’re out of your element or comfort zone, you think and wonder things you wouldn’t otherwise.
There are things I wish I knew three years ago when I first took the plunge as a full-time entrepreneur. These are my favorites.
I wish someone had asked me these tough questions 10 years ago when I started my first company. It would have saved me a lot of wasted time.
Gallup studied 2,500 entrepreneurs to learn the actions and decisions that lead to business creation and growth. But the next logical step is practical application.
If your parents worked for someone else in a 9-to-5 job, there’s a pretty good chance you do, too. But that doesn’t mean you’re confined to that path in life.
As with any business, we’ve had our ups and downs, but one of the most memorable moments of my career was when I had to fire my company’s best designer.
You may ask yourself, “How could the latter be a business? Isn’t it simply a donation?” Economic theory, thus far, has no model for this kind of market. And the answer may not be what you imagine.
The financial crisis prompted financial institutions to innovate their technology at an even faster pace and startups are rapidly providing solutions to problems that the sector has faced for years. But what allows startups to solve problems that institutions of this caliber cannot solve on their own?
The popular business saying, “You need to spend money to make money” is particularly true when venturing out in the business world as an entrepreneur.