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Why Risk Isn’t Real and What it Really Means

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / February 28, 2014

What would you do if you knew you wouldn’t fail? What would you do if you were fearless? You may have pondered these questions before, but have you really ever explored the edge?  Do you really know the answer to these questions? Everyday at Under30CEO we give you advice on how to escape from the grips of society.  How to hone your decision making, leadership, marketing, and financial…

Announcing the Under30CEO Awards 2014 – Applications Open

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / February 12, 2014

If you’re a young entrepreneur under the age of 30 in the United States you can enter the Under30CEO Awards! We are looking for rising stars that are making moves and disrupting industries. Applications are open until April 11th, 2014. Submit your application today To qualify: – At least 1 founder under the age of 30 – Company is based in the United States – Company has to…

It’s the 21st Century: Innovate, Experiment, & Grow

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / November 18, 2013

Today’s twentysomethings are lost in many ways. It’s a tricky world to live in, vastly different from the one in which our parents grew up. We were promised a world full of jobs, opportunities, and new and exciting ways to make a living. The world of the 21st century was supposed to be a huge improvement over the 20th, and we were all supposed to enjoy an amazing,…

Wake up Now! The Generation Y Prerogative

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / November 8, 2013

  AVICII’s Wake me up lyrics recently spoke to me while driving my car on the way to work.  Time stopped and I saw this girl about to turn 29, trapped in a traffic jam, her nemesis, and listening to her default life story unfolding in a radio tune. AVICII’s song might not be transcendental for everybody, but at this point in my life, it was for me.…

11 Disastrous Pitfalls to Avoid When Running Your Own Business

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / November 7, 2013

I believe that mistakes and failures are essential to eventual success. I also believe that there are some lessons that can’t easily be taught, and need to be learned through experience. Having run my own business since college, I’ve encountered a wide variety of challenges, and have made my share of mistakes.   I was also able to avoid certain pitfalls thanks to the valuable resources that can be…

20 Lessons I’ve Learned By 25

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / October 15, 2013

Life can hit you hard sometimes you have to pick yourself up, dust yourself off, use the hard lessons learned and move on.  Over the years I’ve had my own share of struggles, challenges, disappointments and failures and while I could’ve easily given in or given up I didn’t and it’s because of these lessons that I’ve been able to attain so much success in such a short…

9 Lessons From My Internship With Seth Godin

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / September 30, 2013

After ten days of silent meditation, I powered up my iPhone to check my email, the first message was from Seth Godin – telling me I was picked for his short summer internship. An intense feeling of happiness shot through my body, and I had to read the email a few times to make sure I was reading it correctly: Hey Sean… I don’t need to wait until tomorrow–even though…

A Response to 9 Reasons to Quit: 9 Reasons Not to Quit

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / September 26, 2013

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote an article 9 Reasons to Quit, I was touched by dozens of people who reached out to me saying how the article resonated with them. But I didn’t want people to get the wrong impression and start quitting everything they started. Because quitters never win and winners never quit – and I don’t know about you, but I’d rather be a…

How The Top 1% Actually Makes Progress (aka the Seinfeld Solution)

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / August 13, 2013

Productivity sucks. For one, it’s hard. I mean, let’s face it – every single time I sit down to “get something done”, it almost never happens. At first, I thought it was just me. I thought that maybe there was some malfunction in my brain that made it physically impossible for me to focus on important tasks when the sweet, sweet Facebook newsfeed is only a click away.…

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