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Some entrepreneurship inspiration for your week

Saturday, August 19th, 2017

Wise words, we think! It’s estimated that about 60% of new business ideas are related to the entrepreneur’s hobby. Passion is one of the elements of psychological capital needed to run a successful business — why spend your time on a business you don’t like? You probably know quite a lot about your hobby, which […]

6 Examples of Hobbies That Became Legitimate Businesses

Saturday, August 5th, 2017

We may not always see them, but opportunities are all around us. Traditional jobs are just one way of earning a living; now there are myriad ways to make money, whether you’re freelance, self-employed or contracted. You don’t have to get all Walter White to make the most of a lucrative business opportunity. Below are […]

How to engage your customers in person

Saturday, July 29th, 2017

These days, many small business owners talk to their customers online through their websites and social media. It’s important to be in touch with your customers in many different ways, but face-to-face customer engagement is still important. After all, according to Eric von Hippel, economist and professor at MIT, 77% of new product innovations come […]

Small business blog posts we liked this week

Saturday, July 22nd, 2017

We wanted to share with you four articles and blog posts we came across recently that we hope will offer some small business inspiration or useful advice. Let us know in the comments if there’s something you read this week that you want to share! How to Think About A.I. Like a VC at Medium Lending […]

Entrepreneurs Get Strong By Recognizing Their Weaknesses

Saturday, July 15th, 2017

It takes a lot of confidence and ego to start a business. Although these attributes are major components of success, ego and confidence can lead to failure if they blind entrepreneurs to their own weaknesses. A common trap for entrepreneurs is trying to do everything; delegation requires trust (a legitimate concern), a willingness to involve […]

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