I have to confess. I kind of enjoy going to the supermarket. I don’t know why exactly, but I think it began back when our three kids were little.
Tagged: startup advice
I messed up a lot. I couldn’t get out of my own way and I lost direction for a few years. But I never let go of my ideas and dreams.
My story encapsulates the American dream. In the 16 years it took me to find success, these are the most important lessons I learned.
While there is obviously a lot of truth to some of the glamorized notions of entrepreneurship, the hardships of are often overlooked.
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.
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.
Discover how some of today’s brightest founders scale ideas and make millions with these 10 innovative lessons from business leaders.
I’d always looked up to my parents, but had no idea that the business would be the thing that stuck with me. Here’s a look at 5 essential lessons I learned.
Startup success is attainable. Just know what it will cost, and most importantly if that cost is ultimately worth it to you.