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What Hollywood Can Teach Entrepreneurs About Running Successful Businesses

What Hollywood Can Teach Entrepreneurs About Running Successful Businesses

When you dig deep enough, you will always uncover a unique story behind every successful brand. Entrepreneurs and small business owners often look to different elements in everyday life for inspiration when it comes to building and running a business, whether it’s the need to solve a problem in the community or to establish a

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How Do Successful Startup Entrepreneurs Do It Again And Again?

How Do Successful Startup Entrepreneurs Do It Again And Again?

Why is it that success comes so easily to some people and is so hard to come by for others? There are also others who are considered ‘one-hit wonders’. These are people who succeeded once but have never been able to make a mark since then. According to Stanford Professor Carol Dweck, success is often

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Top Cities Where Women Entrepreneurs Make the Most Money

Top Cities Where Women Entrepreneurs Make the Most Money

New York City is home to roughly 414,000 women entrepreneurs – more than any other U.S. city. The Big Apple is also a hot spot for women-owned business sales, which generated $53 billion in revenue in 2012 alone – up 25% from 2007. Los Angeles (192,358). Chicago ranks third with 123,632 women-owned firms, followed by

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5 Small Business Success Tips for Women Entrepreneurs

5 Small Business Success Tips for Women Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship is great for so many reasons. From having more flexible work hours to being your own boss and everything in between, it’s no wonder more and more people are starting their own businesses, especially women. But running a business, no matter how big or how small, is no easy feat. Laura Miller, president of

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21 Success Tips for Young and Aspiring Entrepreneurs

21 Success Tips for Young and Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Being successful often means learning from those who have already achieved their goals. Having a mentor is an amazing blessing to an entrepreneur, but not everyone can find one in person. If you haven’t yet found your personal business guru, here are 21 tips for young or aspiring entrepreneur to help get you started. 1.

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8 Highly Effective Business Success Tips for Entrepreneurs

Being an entrepreneur means that you’ll often blaze your own trail: No career guides, counselors or maps will guide you from one step to the next: You’ll have to make it up as you go. I’ve been an entrepreneur my whole adult life and it’s the only career I’ve ever known. In a way, that makes me lucky:

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21 Tips for First-Time Entrepreneurs

At age 15 I started a clothing company with a friend’s scanner and sold T-shirts to my peers at school. I parlayed that money and started a mobile detailing business. I’ve been an entrepreneur for as long as I can remember. I’ve had service-based businesses and product-based businesses. I’ve built teams. I’ve built visions. I’ve taken products to market. I’ve helped

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8 Tips from Entrepreneurs Who Grew Startups into Successful Businesses

8 Tips from Entrepreneurs Who Grew Startups into Successful Businesses

The difference between a startup and a hugely successful business is often a few years (or more!), tons of hard work, a pinch of luck, vision, and timing. The vast majority of successful businesses, corporations and entities were at one time a startup. That’s right–the Starbucks and Walmarts of the world were once mom and

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18 Entrepreneurs Share Their Top 20 Tips

So much noise in the world. So much chatter. Most of it sounds like the adults speaking on Charlie Brown: “mwa mwa-mwa mwa mwa” But sometimes between all the mumbo-jumbo comes ear piercing wisdom. Yes — pure unfiltered advice in search of a landing pad in the brain of startup entrepreneurs. And so my question

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Seven Tips for Women Entrepreneurs

Seven Tips for Women Entrepreneurs

More women than ever before are grabbing the reins and starting their own businesses. The number of women-owned small businesses is growing approximately twice as quickly as the national average for all start-ups. Despite some long-held and inaccurate stereotypes of women tending towards makeup sales or Beanie Baby businesses, in truth there’s no such thing

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