Sacrifices Entrepreneurs Make in Order to Succeed
Sometimes you must make sacrifices in life if you want to be successful. Time, sleep, hobbies, all seem to take a backseat when it comes to pursuing a dream of entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs have also pushed aside family [..]
5 Public Space Office Alternatives for the Lone Entrepreneur
When you are a solopreneur or freelancer, investing in a office space can usher in an unwelcome amount of overhead costs, which can ultimately drag down the profits of your business. Some of us have the resources to put [..]
How to Develop an Entrepreneurial Mastermind Group
You might be worried about starting out on your own entrepreneurial path, knowing that you will be responsible for all decisions, big and small. You will also be responsible for the achievement of all goals and general [..]
It’s Not For Everyone: The Case Against Remote and Teleworking
Working from home seems to be one of the most frequently touted benefits in the current job market. More and more people are choosing to work from home either part or all of the time, marking a shift in the way that we think [..]
Why a Healthy Marriage is Good for Business—and 4 Simple Steps to Build One
This is the message that almost every aspiring entrepreneur hears: To have any chance of success, you need to be all in.
From cofounders to investors to business partners, the expectation is that your business will be your [..]
How Doing Less Can Help You Get More Done
Overwhelmed by constant deadlines, an ever-expanding to-do list, and hundreds of new emails every single day?
It’s a productivity killer.
A while back, I uncovered a valuable piece of wisdom:
Do less, get more [..]
4 Meanings Behind Likes that You Receive on Social Media
It’s no secret that social media marketing is one of the most effective and inexpensive ways for your business to reach out to individuals and other businesses. When someone follows your business on a social media [..]
8 Entrepreneurial Traits Found in Children
At a one-year-old’s birthday party recently, I watched a rather interesting game unfold. This so-called “game” was deployed solely for the unaware one-year-old and it involved laying out various objects of interest in [..]