Category: Entrepreneurship

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Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is not a job

You don’t apply. You don’t get a salary. No one picks you. Bragging about how much money you’ve raised or what your valuation is a form of job thinking. Entrepreneurship is a chance to tradeContinue reading

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Entrepreneurship

Does Entrepreneurship Have An Ageism Problem?

Quick—picture a successful tech entrepreneur. In your mind’s eye, how old are they? Maybe you instinctively default to an image of someone in their twenties—young, digitally native, ready to shake things up. You’re not alone.Continue reading

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Entrepreneurship

Stop Asking for Permission

Act, don’t analyze. Over the years, I’ve coached thousands of entrepreneurs and small business owners on how to make course corrections in their own business models with the express idea of fixing broken businesses.  NearlyContinue reading

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Entrepreneurship, Motivation

4 Easy Ways to Develop a Bias for Action Right Now

Let me guess, you’ve been putting something off recently. You’ve been dreaming of starting a business, writing a book, or talking to that attractive person in your office, but something deep inside you has stoppedContinue reading

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Entrepreneurship

Are You Truly Innovative?

“Innovators” are a dime a dozen these days, yet most of what passes for innovation couldn’t be farther from it. And there’s a very simple reason for that: Innovation NEVER happens in a vacuum. Most ofContinue reading

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Entrepreneurship, Motivation

Beginning is underrated

Merely beginning. With inadequate preparation, because you will never be fully prepared. With imperfect odds of success, because the odds are never perfect. Begin. With the humility of someone who’s not sure, and the excitementContinue reading

Entrepreneurship

5 Ways to Out-Think Ordinary

“Curiosity is the spark behind the spark of every great idea. The future belongs to the curious.” —Author Unknown The old saying that curiosity killed the cat might be true for cats, but for the restContinue reading

Entrepreneurship, Goals

How to Conquer Your Fear of Starting a Business

It’s all about finding the courage to take the first step. Fear, uncertainty and self-doubt are all raw feelings people experience when they consider the idea of starting their own business. It’s scary. No doubtContinue reading

Tai Lopez Shares 7 Steps to Launch a Business With No Money or Experience
Entrepreneurship, Goals

Tai Lopez Shares 7 Steps to Launch a Business With No Money or Experience

Last year, 310 out of 100,000 people on average created new businesses each month in the U.S., according to the 2017 Kauffman Index of Startup Activity. Most entrepreneurs start businesses out of opportunity rather than necessity.Continue reading

Entrepreneurship, Goals

9 Ways to Stay Optimistic When All You Want to Do Is Quit

Tough times require a mindset shift. The Oracles Any battle-hardened individual will talk about the darkness before the dawn—those make-or-break moments when they could have quit but held on with stunning success. Here are nineContinue reading

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Entrepreneurship, Goals

3 Keys to Successful Writing

Sometimes I find myself having a hard time to just sit and write about a topic.  I’ve started with some topics and haven’t been able to sink my teeth into that specific topic per say,