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Five sources of small business ideas

Saturday, July 18th, 2020

Sometimes it can seem like the next great small business idea can come out of nowhere. But in reality, there are five common sources of small business ideas. If you’re considering entrepreneurship, look to these five places for some potential business ideas. Business idea source #1: You! About 60% of new business ideas come from […]

Creativity and entrepreneurship

Saturday, September 28th, 2019

When you think of creativity, do you think of artists or musicians or writers? It’s true that people following artistic pursuits are creative – but every entrepreneur can be creative too! Creativity and entrepreneurship At GoForth, we define creativity as the ability to view the world in new ways, to find hidden patterns, to make […]

Why is creativity important for entrepreneurs?

Saturday, April 21st, 2018

When many of us hear the word “creativity,” we think of artistic pursuits. However, creativity is more than that – and it’s important for entrepreneurs to cultivate. Creativity is the ability to view the world in new ways, to find hidden patterns, to make connections between seemingly unrelated things and to find solutions. It’s often associated […]

How to kick-start your business creativity

Saturday, April 14th, 2018

Do you think you’re creative? No matter what you think, the answer is probably “yes!” We are all creative in our own ways, whether it’s viewing the world in new ways, finding hidden patterns, or making connections between seemingly unrelated things and finding solutions. Creativity is the basis of innovation, and also the source of […]

Can small business creativity be learned?

Saturday, June 24th, 2017

Perhaps the question should be “Can creativity be re-learned?” Many studies of creativity in children and adults show that children are more creative than adults. Why is this? Many researchers point to our education system, built on principles developed during the Industrial Revolution. People in this time period were producing linear-thinking, hard-working, conforming factory workers. […]

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