entreprenuership

After a long 3 days of learning, I felt the exact same way. This conference has definitely had a lasting impact on hundreds
There is nothing wrong with being successful. Actually, there is no better feeling in this world! Feeling successful, fulfilled
Do you prioritize yourself? What do you do that is a form of self-denial? Do you have a belief that you are not good enough? Each and every moment, you contribute to the belief that you are either worth everything or you are worth nothing. And at the end of the day, your mental and emotional bank balance reflects that belief.
We're not a stuffy city full of suits and bureaucrats. It is the place where the Cold War was won, the Space Race put men
Just a little over a year ago, I found myself lying in the ER, alone, making a promise to myself that I would change, that I would get my silly back, and start living my life.
Use the Interview During the formal interview, use the interactions you have with the applicant to assess whether they're
If you're like most small business owners, you spend a lot of your time researching ways to save money. After all, running a business can quickly break the bank. There are office supplies to buy, employees to pay, and software to purchase and install, among many other things.
The next time an American voter asks Bernie Sanders what he means by "socialism," this is what I would whisper in his ear...
In preparation for El Nino, I recently engaged a local painting firm. Sounds almost as exciting as watching paint dry, doesn't it? What makes this story valuable is what is to be learned to make sure business growth doesn't inadvertently suffer when performance wanes.
The best way that I know how to have a great 2016 is to end 2015 strong. This is a prime opportunity to leverage the remainder of the year to your advantage. To do just that, begin by following the three simple steps I've outlined below.
Most entrepreneurs grow these skills throughout the process of building a business. If you don't possess one or several of these traits, note their absence as a guidepost for what's left to learn. Entrepreneurship is a lifelong enterprise. You've got time to grow. But don't dawdle.
The journey to becoming a successful entrepreneur is never clear. In all honesty, the journey is more of an expedition, where failure, not success is the only guarantee. You must approach entrepreneurship with a few basic assumptions.
With the advances in technology over the past decade, the opportunity to attract and keep young talent has been more competitive than ever.
This weekend I was talking to my mother-in-law and looked up from where she was sitting to see our attic door dangling from its hinges ready to fall and clock her in the head (not a way to get bonus points with the in-laws).
Thanks to social media and the other technology advances we've witnessed over the past couple of decades, these needs are more apparent and feel closer to our own back yard than they ever did before.
Going back to juvenile delinquency, I grew up with conservative parents who said no a lot. "No you can't stay out past 8pm
How do you keep your mission in place while still building a successful business?
I was thrilled to meet Joel Rash, a 47-year-old Flint native and entrepreneur, and learn about his experience living in one of the most dangerous cities in the world.
During which, if I were actually paying attention, my emotions would fluctuate within seconds based on what I was looking