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6 Lessons From 4 Years In Business

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / May 12, 2016

Recently my business, Idea Lemon, celebrated its 4 year anniversary. I use the word ‘celebrated’ loosely because really that meant Linkedin notified me it had been 4 years since I first added Idea Lemon to my profile, and I looked up at my Cofounder, Martin, and said, “Hey, apparently its our 4 year anniversary today.” He replied with, “Oh really? Cool,” and we got back to work. While there…

Learn How to Level Up Your Life

by / ⠀Blog Career Advice Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness Personal Branding Podcast Startup Advice Travel Uncategorized / February 9, 2016

Stop Procrastinating – Become a Super Hero – Go on an Epic Quest!   In this week’s interview, Steve Kamb (@SteveKamb) from NerdFitness tells us about his transformation from super nerd to super hero. Instead of reading Harry Potter for the 19th time Steve took a deep look at his behavioral psychology and learned how to turn into a badass adrenaline junkie. Steve has lectured at Google, Facebook, and Vanderbilt…

How to Dominate Your Goals and Achieve Freedom

by / ⠀Blog Career Advice Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship Finding Customers Health & Fitness Personal Branding Podcast Startup Advice Travel Uncategorized / February 1, 2016

Want to start a business? Be an entrepreneur? Achieve the freedom that everyone desires? But are you sure entrepreneurship is for you?  Are you pursuing your dreams for the right reasons? In this week’s interview, Jason Bay (@JasonDBay) from Gen Y Success drops his formula for setting goals that are vision oriented AND executable. Jason Bay is the founder of GenY Success and the host of The GenY Success Show. He’s a millennial…

4 Ways Building a Company Taught Me More Than College Could

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Podcast / June 26, 2015

I’m not ashamed to say that I didn’t attend college. Culturally, being Indian, it’s quite strange to hear that. I was very close to attending, and had my opportunity at Gravity4 not come along (pre-launch), I would be sitting in a classroom probably learning about how a Roman empire conquered a piece of land that doesn’t affect my life. Telling Indian parents that I was planning to drop…

Podcast #1: How to Screw Up and Still Succeed

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Podcast / May 12, 2015

Hey Under30CEO– I haven’t been this excited about a piece of content in a long time. Very few of you probably know that back in 2008 Under30CEO started as a Ning network for entrepreneurs and that my co-founder Jared O’Toole and I had a late-night webshow on Ustream… Well the podcast is back.  And after a few cocktails, we’ve never been more honest. We talk about just about…

FYI: Not All Rules Are Worth Following

by / ⠀Blog Entrepreneurship / April 22, 2015

You don’t have to follow the rules. Not all rules are worth following. They often sound like commands, but they’re not. They are often overlooked — even by those tasked with enforcing them. Remember the old saying: “It’s better to ask forgiveness than permission.” It’s true. And let’s be honest: If you’re not granted forgiveness later, you’d probably never have been given permission in the first place. So…

8 Questions To Ask Your Future Online Marketing Team

by / ⠀Blog Entrepreneurship / March 21, 2015

Has the thought ever crossed your mind: “What is my online marketing team REALLY doing for me?” “Am I getting my money’s worth? If you’re looking to hire an agency or individual to help with your marketing, those questions should be some of the first you ask. Whether experienced or a attempting to hire an Internet marketing company for the first time, you should expect a positive return…

5 Quick Reasons Why Your Startup Failed

by / ⠀Blog Entrepreneurship / March 12, 2015

Being a first time entrepreneur is fun and exciting, but nothing prepares you for the day you finally realized that things aren’t working out. My partner and I ran a tech business for about two years before we decided to shut it down. We worked hard, but despite our efforts we just couldn’t make it work.  These are some of the things we did wrong. Trying to serve…

Internship Finder: Interview with internrocket.com’s Michael Somers

by / ⠀Blog Career Advice Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / February 23, 2015

Jobs are not what they used to be for both employees and employers. The average worker stays at each position just 4.4 years, which leaves employers looking for new staff members at a rate drastically higher than that of just several decades ago. For the employee, the market has become more competitive and a college degree is no longer a guaranteed ticket to a profitable and happy career with…

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