Work/Life Balance

4 Simple Ways to Make More Time for You as an Entrepreneur

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / October 28, 2021

As an entrepreneur, your time is your most important resource, so learn to not waste any of it! The following four tips will save time and money. Time is money for solopreneurs and entrepreneurs. Running your own business can be very demanding. You may feel like you are being pulled in many directions at once. It’s clear that you need to make some changes, especially if you feel…

Finding True Workplace Happiness: The 70% Rule

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / July 7, 2014

A little more than three years ago I graduated from college, ready to kick off my career with a job lined up starting one week later. Taking my first official step into the oft-talked about “real world” I had so many thoughts about what it would be like. I couldn’t wait to put my marketing degree to use and spend all my time solving strategic problems for brands.…

Payday Should be Everyday

by / ⠀Startup Advice / September 7, 2011

Early in my career, I worked in what is now referred to as the first dotcom bubble. When I think back to those days, I remember it being incredibly fun, hectic, creative and exciting. I also remember working around the clock and feeling like I had no life. In many ways, it was the modern-day equivalent of the Wild West with industry people hoping to strike gold. People…

Following Passion Across the Atlantic

by / ⠀Startup Advice / December 11, 2009

Featured Lifestyle Designer: Reto Stuber Goodbye Switzerland, the US is calling me! Why I left Switzerland behind and crossed the ocean to pursue a new life in New York When I finally realized that passion is the most important thing in life, I took action. Like my great grandfather before, I left my Swiss home, took a ship and arrived at the New York harbor in April 2009…

Lifestyle Design: My Exile Lifestyle

by / ⠀Startup Advice / October 8, 2009

Two months ago I was living in a townhouse on the West side of Los Angeles, driving my CR-V to and from parties and other social events and running my sustainable design studio from my home office. This morning I woke up in my apartment in the Recoleta district of Buenos Aires, threw on one each of the five shirts and three pairs of jeans that I own…

Young Entrepreneurs Turning Partying into Businesses Part 2

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews / October 2, 2009

If you missed it check out Young Entrepreneurs Turning Partying into Businesses. Here are two more Under 30 CEOs that are making things happen doing something they really love in life. They saw opportunities and grabbed them. The party did not stop after college for these guys. Andrew Moran – New York Bar Store Andrew grew up in Hartford, CT, attended the University of Connecticut and graduated in…

Young Entrepreneurs Turning Partying into Businesses

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews / September 23, 2009

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…

How to Drop Your 9-5 and Move to Puerto Rico

by / ⠀Startup Advice / September 21, 2009

Where else can you find an island with hundreds of miles of breathtaking coastline, monumental castles, a  mountaintop tropical rainforest and a nightlife that envies that of Las Vegas without the need for a passport or work visa?  “La Isla del Encanto” offers not only exquisite scenery in the form of both environmental and human beauty, food that you are guaranteed to think about for the rest of…

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