As an entrepreneur, you probably know that the way you present things is as important as the real deal. And this applies to you too.
Whether you are thinking of beginning your journey on the entrepreneurial path or have already stepped foot into these gorgeous, albeit at times rocky waters, chances are you've encountered criticism.
Although it can be lonely running your own business, you must always remember that you are never alone. Take time periodically to remember and honor those who have made it possible for you to have this amazing opportunity.
It's a dream of so many individuals to one day have their own company. In America, entrepreneurship is often viewed as a primary barometer of success.
CEOs are dreamers who took a small idea and turned it into something huge. It can be as simple as starting a boutique marketing agency, or expanding your services overseas.
When you think about multi-million dollar companies like Dell, Apple and Google, you probably don’t also consider the commonalities they have to your small...
Every entrepreneur I know is dismayed by the number of friends who approach them with a line such as "I have an even better idea that will change the world, and one of these days I'm going to get around to starting my own business."
You are never too young to make your first million, or at least that seems to be the suggestion from a quick survey of young entrepreneur millionaires who are running companies while still in school.
Undoubtedly, in your first year of business you will make your fair share of mistakes, just like anyone starting a new venture. There are so many valuable pieces of wisdom to learn as an entrepreneur, but here are my big three traits you must have to truly succeed in your business.
There is no doubt that an entrepreneur or small business owner/operator must possess a great deal of skill. While these things can certainly still ring true, I think there is a whole new set of characteristics that small business owners really need to possess if they want to be successful.