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The tools we use for writing change what we have to say. While most of the time I write in front of a computer, I also spend a lot of time writing long hand.

I use a fountain pen and a legal pad — an echo, perhaps, of reading about an author who did just that when I was still in high school. I’v Read More
The nature of work is changing. While there are still plenty of professions that require actually laying hands on materials and putting them together, a huge chunk of work today is done by staring at a computer. Robots and other machinery can do plenty already and their capabilities are improving. Read More
Female entrepreneurs share their top advice for launching smarter.

By the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC)

What is one important piece of advice you’d give a fellow entrepreneur about to launch their MVP?

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Ten entrepreneurs share advice for smartly investing in real estate: from thinking about liquidity to looking at your long term plans, here's some great advice. Read More
Nathan Ives is an indie filmmaker. He wrote and directed It’s Not You, It’s Me last year and, this year, he’s touring the US with the movie. Rather than relying on a traditional distribution set up, he’s hosting free screenings at independent theaters. Audiences can pay what they want to support th Read More
Why bother with documentation? Why not just do everything by rote every time you need to complete a task? Documentation can come in handy in a variety of different ways. Read More
Google Capital is a growth equity fund backed by Google. We invest in people who are passionate about the potential for technology to change how we live and are rapidly building the companies of tomorrow. Read More
When a small business owner first starts out, it’s often possible to drive at least a little bit of business without too much marketing: if you’ve been planning to launch your company for a while, you probably have a few ideas of prospective customers who you can approach directly. But to grow your Read More
I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Natalie Sisson at several conferences and I enjoy her blog, The Suitcase Entrepreneur thoroughly. She came out with a book by the same name last year, I snapped it up. If your entrepreneurial Read More
Today I’m answering a question I get asked all the time: which programs and coaches should I sign up for and how do I make the most of them?
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