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5 Ways Traveling and Remote Working Will Completely Change Your Life

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / July 16, 2013

When it comes to life and how you’re living it, Henry David Thoreau said it best, “Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined”. Sometimes, it’s important to question the big things. Are we really living life how we’ve always imagined? Are your dreams becoming a reality in your life? According to this survey, of the people questioned, only 19% of people in the…

9 Challenges of Partnering With a Bigger Company

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / July 15, 2013

QUESTION: ARE THERE ANY DISADVANTAGES TO PARTNERING WITH A COMPANY MUCH BIGGER THAN YOURS, AND HOW DO YOU MANAGE THEM? 1. WHERE’S THE CONTROL? “The chief disadvantage of partnering with larger companies is loosing control over timeline and positioning. Typically, you are rate-limited in progress by how fast the larger organization can move, and you won’t be able to directly control the channel partner to do what you want.…

Zen (Business) Habits: Stop Stressing and Enjoy the Ride

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / July 15, 2013

I wrote “You’re Already a Millionaire, All You Have To Do Is Show Up”. How many successful people have you heard say: I always knew I was going to be successful? Maybe it’s supreme confidence, or maybe they realized that they were put on earth to do something and executed upon it, but my article came to one important conclusion– if you know you are going to be successful,…

A Healthy Entrepreneur is a Happy Entrepreneur

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / July 14, 2013

As a young, up-and-coming business tycoon, you might find yourself travelling on the road a lot, meeting potential clients, tending to customers, or maybe you work from a home office and spend most of your days hidden behind a computer desk. Whichever of these sounds most like you, it can be pretty difficult forming a solid routine when your schedule is either constantly in flux or you’re pinned…

How to Find Time to Workout When You Work In

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / July 14, 2013

One of the most common reasons that people use for an excuse for not working out is the lack of time. Another possible excuse is: “I am too tired”, “Exercise is boring” or “I’m always quitting at the end”. Well, non of those are strong enough to beat the good sides, such as body shape improvement and healthier life. Better life is related with the food diet and…

7 Great Options for Finding Wifi on the Road

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / July 14, 2013

A few months ago Fred Perrotta wrote a great article about finding wifi abroad. Having now spent the past year traveling and finding “offices” on the road myself, I thought I would add to this list with a few other places I’ve found helpful for getting online. Hotel Lobbies If you’re not already staying in a hotel, hotel lobbies are a great place to get connected. More and…

How Picky Should You Be When Looking for a New Job?

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / July 13, 2013

In today’s economy, many people are applying for jobs that they don’t necessarily want, but would accept if the jobs were offered. While it’s important to keep your resume looking its best and to be friendly and informed during your interview regardless of the type of job you’re applying for, it’s also essential to use a little discretion during the job application process. Here are some tips to…

5 Awesome Entrepreneurs Who Bootstrapped Their Startups

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / July 13, 2013

While the media may saturate the startup world talking about which startups raised the most venture capital over the weekend, the vast majority of successful startup founders are busy building their businesses, not trying to raise capital. We call these entrepreneurs “Bootstrappers”.  According to Wikipedia, Bootstrapping refers to a self-sustaining process that proceeds without external help.  In other words, Bootstrappers build successful businesses without raising venture capital or…

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