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Do Entrepreneurs Ever Really Go On Vacation? 

"Vacations are a time to get the day-to-day business details off the front burner. But that doesn’t mean that I’m not brewing up new ideas."

America's Smallest Nanobrewery

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A nanobrewery is a scaled-down microbrewery, often run by a solo entrepreneur, that produces beer in small batches. Because everything is better when it's smaller. Here's America's smallest nanobrewerry. YouTube link The Presurfer

11 Things Entrepreneurs Do that Make Them Wildly Successful At A Young Age

According to a survey by the Kauffman Foundation, the decision to start a business- over choosing other careers- has risen... The post 11 Things Entrepreneurs Do that Make Them Wildly Successful At A Young Age appeared first on Lifehack.

10 Revealing Signs You May Already Be An Entrepreneur

Many people think that being an entrepreneur is so cool. They admire what a journey the entrepreneur takes and wish... The post 10 Revealing Signs You May Already Be An Entrepreneur appeared first on Lifehack.

5 Steps to Take Before Quitting Your Job to Become an Entrepreneur

Too many people have become obsessed with an idea and quit their jobs impulsively only to find their potential business isn't as strong as they thought it would be.

Why There Aren't More Entrepreneurs

If there's one thing every entrepreneur needs to be successful, it's the courage to confront the challenges that threaten to derail us and persevere.

Hurricane Katrina and the Rise of the Social Entrepreneur

By Linda Usdin, DrPH, and Andrea Chen, MEd Andrea Chen is the co-founder and Executive Director of Propeller: A Force for Social Innovation and Linda Usdin is the board chair of Propeller, an incubator for social enterprises that is based in Broadmoor, which was flooded by up to ten feet of standing water during Hurricane Katrina. Show More Summary

3 Parts of Business Every Entrepreneur Needs to Understand

Are you a new entrepreneur, about to switch careers and embark on your very first business? Or maybe you're a skilled manager looking to hone your skills? No matter where you are on the scale, every owner and high-level executive of a business should master a few key skills to achieve the best possible results in the workplace. Show More Summary

Handy Business Apps Every Entrepreneur Should Know About

Apps are handy tools that entrepreneurs can rely on to run their businesses and manage their lives more effectively. Read on for a rundown of some truly helpful apps that will help you be more organized, focused, and stress-free. The post Handy Business Apps Every Entrepreneur Should Know About appeared first on

Should My Startup Take Chinese Capital?

In seeking startup funding, many entrepreneurs are now being actively pursued by Chinese investors and VCs who are eager to put their capital into U.S. companies. In 2014, it was announced that Misfit, a wearable device maker, received $40 million in capital that included Xiaomi, the Chinese smart phone company. Show More Summary

7 Productivity Hacks I Couldn't Live Without

I've spent a lot of time as an entrepreneur, but these seven hacks are some of the best tricks I've found. As an entrepreneur, productivity is absolutely indispensable. You have so many tasks, so many responsibilities, and so many people pulling you in different directions that a dip in productivity, even a temporary one, can leave you high and dry. Show More Summary

Young Entrepreneur Reveals Secret to Making a Profit In Year One

Few businesses make a profit their first year. Most fail in five. There's no shortage of "entrepreneurial secrets" but what's the secret to being an entrepreneur who makes money? Twenty-year-old Alejandra Viana of Leg Candy Apparel did just that when she made $50,000 in her first year of business. Show More Summary

J&J, PCH Launch Hardware for Health Accelerator to Bring Hardware Health Startups to Market

Johnson & Johnson is collaborating with hardware manufacturing company PCH to launch the Hardware for Health accelerator to bring innovative health hardware entrepreneurs from concept to consumer. Under terms of the collaboration, Hardware...Show More Summary

The Social Entrepreneur Interview Series: Meet Erwan Kezzar of Simplon

Every day, social entrepreneurs from around the world are seizing opportunities others miss to improve broken systems, innovate and develop solutions to change society for the better. Over the past few months, I've traveled to India, Brazil, Southeast Asia, East Africa, Western Europe and the U.S. Show More Summary

How to Protect Your Confidence as an Entrepreneur

Practicing mindfulness helps you to come into control. To come into balance. To protect your confidence and re-frame the conversation that you're having in your head. As a result, you can position yourself to THRIVE rather than merely...Show More Summary

Habits of Successful People

If you take a look at the world's most successful people, whether their millionaire investors, established entrepreneurs, or elite athletes chances are they have one major thing in common. Today's most successful individuals tend to be creatures of habit. Show More Summary

The Craziest Guinness World Records Set by Startups and Entrepreneurs

Yodeling. Air balloon rides. Pumpkins. When it comes to launching audacious stunts, these companies know no bounds.

Why Local Is Vital, Even for National Brands

This post is part of a series on the relationship between small businesses and their communities. For more posts in the series, visit the What Is Working: Small Businesses page. Most entrepreneurs understand that being involved in the community needs to be an integral part of every business plan. Show More Summary

8 Financial Myths to Ignore

It's easy to get caught in these outdated financial "tips" that do more harm than good for your business. These 8 successful entrepreneurs set the record straight. A. Company Growth Equals Profit Growth I always hated when people asked me about my company growth based purely on employees and net revenue. Show More Summary

Living as a Multipassionate Creative Should be Easy and Fun

I know how hard it is when you are trying to make it as a self-employed entrepreneur. I know what it's like to not be sure if you're on the right path, and then to fumble your way through, not knowing if you've made the right decision, and not having any business sense. Show More Summary

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