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How to Think Like an Entrepreneur

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / August 8, 2022
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Wondering how to think like an entrepreneur? Well, we’ll get to that but remember, entrepreneurship is hard. It’s mentally and physically demanding, and it comes with a lot of risks. In fact, 90% of startups fail. But if you’re up for the challenge, success awaits you. To become an entrepreneur, you need to develop the mindset of a risk-taker. You have to be willing to take chances and…

The Young Entrepreneur Behind – Hottest College in America –

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Startup Advice / June 22, 2022

Tell us a little about you and your company. Age, background, how you got going etc… My name is Bryan Roy I’m a 20-year-old junior from the University of Arizona. Born and raised in Agawam, Mass., I started Hottest College in America this past August after a popular swimsuit calendar decided to just feature Arizona State University students this year. Naturally from our in-state rivalry, we wanted to…

Business Questions to Ask an Entrepreneur

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / June 7, 2022
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The following answers are provided by the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) is an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. What are some business questions to ask an entrepreneur? Business Questions to Ask an Entrepreneur 1. What Is That One Thing? As a founder, you’re likely doing dozens of things at once. A good way to get yourself to focus is to ask yourself, “What…

Post-Pandemic Interview Questions and How to Answer Them

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneur Interviews / June 1, 2022
People are pretty surprised to be asked many pandemic-related questions in their interviews. Here's how you can prepare for them.

The pandemic impacted the entire world, and we continue coming to terms with all the changes. Most of us are still processing everything that happened over the past few years. Naturally, COVID-19 will remain a topic of conversation for a long time. This includes post-pandemic interview questions too. Many people weren’t ready for these questions initially and therefore struggled to come up with the right answers. If you…

Tips for Inspiration and Creativity from the Founder of Grasshopper.com

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Startup Advice / May 30, 2022
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Tell us a little about Grasshopper. Where did it come from and where is it today? We started in 2003 as GotVMail Communications and re-branded as Grasshopper in May of this year. Our virtual phone system is used by tens of thousands of entrepreneurs to make starting and growing their small businesses easy. It helps them sound more professional and stay connected to callers, wherever they are. Our…

Jason McIntyre – Blogger Success

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews / May 30, 2022
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  Introduction This article is about Jason McIntyre, and how he founded the sports news and information site, The Big Lead. It includes information about the website, Jason, questions, answers, and a unique story. The Story of Jason McIntyre As founder of the sports news and information site The Big Lead, Jason McIntyre has become a very interesting voice in the blogosphere.  The former staffer at US Weekly…

32 Million Users and Growing – Catherine Cook founder of myYearbook.com

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews / May 12, 2022
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Who is Catherine Cook? Catherine Cook is the founder of myYearbook.com which is one of the top 25 most visited sites in the United States. The idea came while she was browsing her high school yearbook to find that many of the pictures were just not that good and she thought she could do it better. She then launched the site with her brother David Cook in 2005…

Not Your Ordinary Salesman: Zappos Tony Hsieh

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Startup Advice / May 7, 2022
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Not Your Ordinary Shoe Salesman: How Corporate Culture Sells More Than a Billion Dollars of Shoes A Year By Nick Nanton Branding Consultant and Celebrity Lawyer Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh is focused on Zappos’ ultimate goal of being “a customer service company that just happens to sell shoes.” Although he focuses on customer service, he isn’t half bad at selling shoes either — taking Zappos to a new…

Josh Shipp Used to Get Kicked out of Class for Talking: Now he Gets Paid to Talk

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Startup Advice / May 5, 2022
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U30: You’ve appeared on TRL, FoxNews, Comedy Central and Cosmo Girl.  How’d you score the press? I started all this as a professional speaker- going around to high schools and colleges and speaking to large audiences. But that doesn’t translate to media. A speech is one person to five hundred.  Media is one person to one person times give hundred. Once I understood this, I knew I needed…

Young Entrepreneurs Turning Partying into Businesses

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews / April 23, 2022
For anyone who has ever dismissed New Orleans as being nothing more than a party town filled with craziness, it's time to think again.

Remember those times when your parents said “If you put as much time into video games and socializing as you did school work you would have straight A’s”?  Why not take that effort and passion for those things and turn them into businesses? That is exactly what these entrepreneurs are doing. Quitting the job hunt they are going after what they really love in life. From beer pong…

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