advice for young entrepreneurs

7 Costly Mistakes Every Budding Entrepreneur Should Avoid

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / November 3, 2021

Starting a business is no easy feat. With so many oscillating components and contingent factors, things can quickly fall apart. One costly mistake can torpedo the entire ship. Launching your venture can be an especially risky undertaking for first-time business owners. Luckily, you can learn from other entrepreneurs’ costly mistakes and make sure you don’t end up repeating them. Listed below are the most common costly mistakes business…

My Entrepreneurial Journey: Turning Impossible Into I’m Possible

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / March 19, 2021

Starting a business is something that many young people aspire to do. But a common struggle that the entrepreneurs of tomorrow have is finding a niche or an industry in which to build their business on. There is a feeling that becoming an entrepreneur is impossible. I want to share how my entrepreneurial journey and business were sparked by realizing that it is not “impossible”, but rather “I’m…

5 Books I Wish I’d Read at the Start of My Career

by / ⠀Career Advice / March 1, 2019

Becoming a professional is a lot like having kids: You’re never quite ready. No matter how hard you studied or how many part-time jobs you held, you’re going to feel lost. Rest assured, though, that everyone felt that way once. The difference is that some have had years of experience, learning their strengths and building relationships. They’ve established some self-confidence. There are no shortcuts to that stage, unfortunately.…

Profits are Always Better Than Wages: Here’s Why

by / ⠀Startup Advice / September 30, 2009

The following is an article by Denver Brown is a Business Executive Coach, Entrepreneur and the author of the book The Turning Point…How the 8 Best Practices Changed My Life. When I first heard the statement, “profits are always better than wages”, expressed by renowned motivational speaker Jim Rhone. I thought, wow, if only I was the one saying that. Jim Rhone further went on to say,” wages…

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