Roger Huang is an entrepreneur who is working on his next venture, and advising several others on growth. This post originally appeared on Code(Love). Python is one of our favorite languages. Versatile, and yet easy to grasp, it’s one...Show More Summary
Entrepreneurship is an amazing journey, full of the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. It’s such a rapid-fire experience that sometimes it’s easy to lose sight of the big picture. There is so much value to be found in the totality of the experience, and it’s important for entrepreneurs to stop and take a moment to be thankful. Show More Summary
I’m fortunate in my day to day. I have the privilege of hearing new and exciting ideas, both by seasoned and budding entrepreneurs. I remind myself that not too many moons ago, I was in their shoes pitching for money, product and development support and, at times, attention. Show More Summary
For people with visual impairments, maintaining their sense of independence is a key factor in promoting an improved quality of live. A team of entrepreneurs recently created bracelet that uses an ultrasonic system to help blind people...Show More Summary
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday: time with family and food is great as is having a reminder to be thankful. Today I want to say how thankful I am for entrepreneurs. For the people who are crazy enough to believe that they can create something from nothing (ok, not exactly ex nihilo, more on that in a second). Show More Summary
The life of an entrepreneur is stressful, full of stress that the average person never faces; men, learning to de-stress and unwind is vital to your health and relationships. The post Time-Tested Strategies to Unwind and De-stress as an Entrepreneur appeared first on The Good Men Project.
We count 7 on-demand delivery startups currently battling it out in London (although there are doubtless more) as entrepreneurs and VCs make big bets on smartphone-driven convenience and the promise of getting you food or just about anything delivered to your door within minutes. Read More
Working on your body, in some ways, is more important than working on your business.
Does it always seem like your spouse has an idea for a new business? In this age of entrepreneurial startups, there is a good chance you are married to an entrepreneur. Supporting a spouse with an entrepreneurial startup is an adventure. It is very different from supporting a spouse who is changing jobs. When your Keep Reading ?
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Having been part of the Caribbean Startup Ecosystem in various ways these past 9 years, and having interfaced with hundreds of aspiring and current Caribbean Tech Entrepreneurs, this I know for sure – that the number 1 thing our Caribbean Tech Startup Ecosystem needs is – a change in mindset. The #1 Thing Even though,...
Mark Cuban, serial entrepreneur and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, explains to Inc. president Eric Schurenberg and CNBC co-anchor Tyler Mathisen at the iCONIC Chicago conference why owning a sports team is more about community impact than financial gain.
Your choice. You can start your business the way most people do it, and have typical odds of success. (Namely, slim.) Or, you can start the same way successful entrepreneurs launch new ventures. Adopt proven, powerful methods. Even better?...Show More Summary
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Entrepreneurs are their own best marketing experts. They know their businesses, products and services inside and out, and operate as brand evangelists when they are on and off the job. The passion entrepreneurs have for what they bring to the market is often energetic and endless. Show More Summary
Entrepreneurs aren't afraid of taking risks and finding new ways to tackle old problems, which is a reason why small businesses create two-thirds of all new jobs and support 55 percent of all jobs. Without small businesses, our economy - and our local communities - would crumble. Show More Summary
Note to entrepreneurs: if you're looking for hockey-stick like growth, steer clear of these sectors.
OK, so you are an online toy seller. Maybe you are an e-commerce entrepreneur who stocks items in your two-car garage, or maybe you are the digital lead at FAO Schwarz—doesn't matter. You've got to move dolls, tricycles, board games and kiddie electronics in the next few weeks like nobody's business. Show More Summary