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When the economy struggles as it is doing now, that’s a strong signal that things have to change, and it’s hard to miss. But most of us in business have to deal most of the time with weak signals, or change that is happening in a far more subtle way. These changes can be cultural, like the increasi Read More
One of the most common complaints I hear from entrepreneurs is that they are overwhelmed by the workload and stress of starting their company. Then there are the additional challenges of balancing the demands of family and friends. Having too much on your plate can turn your dream into a nightmare. Read More
A popular approach for aspiring entrepreneurs these days seems to be to corner anyone who will listen, with a pitch on their current “million dollar idea.” The initial monologue usually ends with the question “How much money do you think this is worth?” In my opinion, ideas are a commodity, and are Read More

Common Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make Starting Out

Common Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make Starting Out - https://smallbiztipster.com Avatar Posted by Inspiretothrive under Startups
From https://smallbiztipster.com 11 days ago
Made Hot by: fundpr on June 23, 2022 11:54 am
As a budding entrepreneur, you will be spinning a lot of plates trying to get your start-up off the ground and running successfully. There is a lot that goes into creating a successful business and unfortunately, there is no ultimate guidebook on how to do it. It is however easier to identify the t Read More
Many business professionals and entrepreneurs I know are quick to attribute success of a peer to luck, rather than any recognition of a unique strategy or personal attributes. Over my many years as a business advisor and angel investor, I have become a firm believer in the opposite position, that y Read More
In my years of mentoring entrepreneurs, a problem I have seen too often is low self-esteem, and over-compensating through arrogance and ego. These entrepreneurs find it hard to respect customers or team members, and their ventures usually fail. As a team member, low self-esteem leads to low confide Read More

How To Plan A Virtual Event Successfully

How To Plan A Virtual Event Successfully - https://www.thesocialmediahat.com Avatar Posted by mallton under Startups
From https://www.thesocialmediahat.com 9 days ago
Made Hot by: DigiTechBlog on June 21, 2022 2:13 pm
There are four key steps to plan a virtual event and they must be done in order, before anything else. Start here. Read More
I’m sure that every one of us who has been out in the business world for a few years can look back with perfect hindsight and name a few college courses that we should have taken. What’s more disconcerting to me is that I can name a few that aren’t usually even offered, resulting in more than a few Read More
Large corporations and conglomerates, the engines of growth and vitality in the twentieth century, have lost their edge and their image. They have proven themselves unable to innovate, and they have lost more jobs than they create. My friends who “grew up” with lifetime careers in General Motors, E Read More
Angel investors and venture capitalists don’t make equity investments in nonprofit good causes. The simple reason is that it’s impossible to make money for investors when the goal of the company is to not make money. Yet as an active angel investor, I still get this question on a regular basis, so Read More
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