Today’s millennials are willing to trade up a cubicle for a garage or a kitchen table if it means being in charge of their own destiny.
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Remember, only you are responsible for your life and career and mapping out a path to success and happiness begins with a clear vision.
People may say you are too young or too inexperienced, but if you genuinely believe in your business idea, don’t let them bring you down.
Over a course of two years, I bootstrapped a startup to a $15M valuation – while living in a van. After that experience my sense of reality was redefined.
The online world is so crowded that new ideas require thoughtful strategy, execution and time. If you want to succeed you’ll need a plan.
It takes more than a cool idea to make it in today’s startup world. For every success story, there are dozens of failed attempts.
Startup success is attainable. Just know what it will cost, and most importantly if that cost is ultimately worth it to you.
The climate around American business is an uncertain one. But the picture is not all doom and gloom – far from it. Here’s what you should know.
College isn’t a prerequisite for success. I started as an entry-level receptionist and rose through the ranks quickly, becoming a business owner by age 25.
People think you need to have money in order to make money. That is simply not true. Instead, you need to change how you look at business.