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How Monopoly Predicts Entrepreneur Empathy

How Monopoly Predicts Entrepreneur Empathy - http://www.youtheentrepreneur.org Avatar Posted by UPmarketArt under Management
From http://www.youtheentrepreneur.org 3133 days ago
Made Hot by: sundaydriver on May 7, 2014 11:47 pm
In the depths of the Great Depression Charles Darrow became a millionaire, after inventing the classic boardgame Monopoly.

He consistently claimed credit for Monopoly--- even though he likely plagiarized most of it.

Ironically, the game was later used in a study that concludes people who bec Read More

Origins of 5 Famous Company Names

Origins of 5 Famous Company Names - http://www.youtheentrepreneur.org Avatar Posted by UPmarketArt under Public Relations
From http://www.youtheentrepreneur.org 3133 days ago
Made Hot by: NolanGreen on May 7, 2014 8:19 pm
What the heck is a Reebok? How did ASUS get its name?

Names are a crucial part of any brand, and it can be surprising just how much or how little meaning some names hold.

Here are just a few interesting stories behind some popular brand names. Read More

The Survival Guide to Working with Friends

The Survival Guide to Working with Friends - http://www.youtheentrepreneur.org Avatar Posted by UPmarketArt under Startups
From http://www.youtheentrepreneur.org 3133 days ago
Made Hot by: kingofcontent92 on May 9, 2014 7:34 am
Starting a company with friends can be an exciting chapter in both your lives.

And it can also be the last chapter of your friendships.

Hoogie Espinosa relates his personal experiences on how his venture and personal friendships survived each other. Read More

Faxing: The Dinosaur That Won't Go Extinct

Faxing: The Dinosaur That Won't Go Extinct - http://www.youtheentrepreneur.org Avatar Posted by UPmarketArt under Technology
From http://www.youtheentrepreneur.org 3146 days ago
Made Hot by: sophia2 on April 27, 2014 5:09 pm
Everyone thought fax machines would go extinct 15 years ago. Yet it seems like they're still rolling out new ones every couple of months.

Here's why. Read More
Do you know who is checking out your page?
The best way to know what is happening with your clients and page viewers is to use every way possible to analyze your website. Learning who comes to the page will help you figure out more about your target market. You will learn what marketing is working Read More
Meet Gary.  He is the leader of a small organization and a very “hands on” guy.  He makes a point of knowing about every single detail in the organization and gets involved in the detail 90% of the time. Gary prides himself in his problem solving abilities. If someone got a problem, he is the [...] Read More

How to Start Your Own Photography Business

How to Start Your Own Photography Business  - http://www.noobpreneur.com Avatar Posted by ivanpw under Startups
From http://www.noobpreneur.com 3846 days ago
Made Hot by: dEvangelize on May 29, 2012 5:11 am
If you want to become a professional photographer there are several things you need to do to stand out and above the rest of the photography crowd. Read More
As a general rule, a business plan is a good thing to have. The problem is, a lot of them aren't being done right.

Read on to learn how to improve your business plans! Read More
Doubt and business seem to be two words that are never far away. Doubting yourself is so easy to do when working because there is so much pressure. You want to make sure that you do everything correct because having a job is what allows you to pay for the important things in life—a place to live, a Read More
Technology has rapidly transformed over the past 100 years. And with that rapid transformation, we’ve seen vast improvements in how small business owners can run their business more efficiently. Here are 5 technological achievements that have impacted small businesses throughout the years. Read More
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