Why Do We Fail To Listen To Critical Advice That Would Turn Our Businesses Around?

Posted by: Kathy Caprino

In the past few years, I’ve immersed myself in learning as much as I could about online marketing, product and program launches, and important sales and marketing strategies for building my small business. And I’m still learning every day, as the landscape, technology and challenges change daily. Throughout this process, I’ve also met hundreds of entrepreneurs doing the same, and we’ve openly shared our respective war stories on the serious bumps and challenges we walked into blindly, not sensing the dangers that were lurking ahead

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9 Answers You Need About Yourself Before Starting Your Own Business

Posted by: Ryan Mcmunn

When considering starting your own company, there are a lot of financial, legal and business questions you need to ask yourself. “How am I going to raise money? Who are my competitors? Are there patents on similar products?” I’m not going to focus on those types of questions here. I’m going to focus on the intangibles. Here are nine questions that you need to ask yourself about your own capabilities and personality as an aspiring leader.

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You’ll Never Regret This Business Investment

Posted by: Entrepreneur Staff (Amy Cosper)

I once saw a painting called Contemplation on Emptiness, and it fulfilled me. It was so insanely gorgeous — the colors, the subject, the pure grace of the piece — that my soul was rocked. Unfortunately, buying it would also rock my bank account. I fought the urge. I battled my internal voice. And then, well, I snuck it into our family’s budget, and I bought it.

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4 Reasons Why Smart Companies Are Going Remote

Posted by: Peter Gasca (Contributor & Entrepreneur, Startup Consultant)

As someone who loves and is lucky to live near the ocean, I enjoy occasionally working remotely near the beach, with a cup of coffee and a laptop, enveloped in the soft sounds and cool breeze of the ocean. Fortunately, improvements in technology and new business mindsets have made it possible to do so much more often.

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Women Reported Launching Startups With Half The Cash Than Men

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Posted by: Lioness Staff

Options for funding entrepreneurial ventures are increasing in the U.S., particularly with the growth of crowdfunding and the prevalence of informal investors, but entrepreneurs still depend on bootstrapping and support from family and friends to finance startups—this according to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) 2015 U.S. Report issued by Babson College and Baruch College.

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