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China: Source by Day. Party by Night.

by / ⠀Startup Advice / October 5, 2009

By: Jeff Gawronski CEO: Yak About It Want to produce a product? You better be thinking of sourcing in China. If your brain thinks USA then your company will have a difficult time competing. The truth is China is better equipped than America to produce goods.  As an up and coming CEO your job is to use the resources best equipped for success. You simply cannot pay triple…

How to Be a Small Business Failure

by / ⠀Startup Advice / September 28, 2009

There are many experts that can teach you how to be a successful entrepreneur, but how many can tell you what not to do? Since it’s much easier to fail, then to succeed, let’s start there. You are probably within the target audience of “under 30” so appreciate the resources and insight that is available to you which were unimaginable 25 years ago.  As someone who is “unemployable”,…

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…

59 Ways to Grow Business Credibility and Experience

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / September 16, 2009

One of the most challenging parts of being a young entrepreneur is branding yourself as someone with experience and expertise in your field.  This list is a compilation of ways to grow that credibility and experience so you can look like a rockstar.  Remember, each of these tips are building blocks to get to the highest level of expertise.  Work your way up the rungs, establishing greater authority…

Unemployed? Now What?

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / September 4, 2009

What do Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Eric Schmidt all have in common?  Aside from the obvious characteristics that all three are extremely successful and wealthy, they were also all born in 1955.  Around the time of the personal computer revolution, they were all young and deciding their long-term career paths.  It was the time in one’s life that involves big risks and major decisions. In some cases,…

Introducing our CEO Seduction Specialist

by / ⠀Startup Advice / September 2, 2009

Introduction from the editor: At Under30CEO our philosophy is about creating a lifestyle that gives us the opportunity to experience things most people stuck at their 9-5 cannot.  Too many young CEOs are pushing life to the side and forgetting to enjoy the finer things in life, and to us–they are missing the point. Allow me to introduce Jennifer Iannolo, our new CEO Seduction Specialist.  As an Under30CEO…

The 10 Rules for Building a Successful Personal Brand

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / September 1, 2009

No matter what career path you choose your best asset should always be YOU. While most people tend to focus on the things they want out of life and how to quickly climb the ladder to achieve those goals, many don’t take the time to evaluate their skill sets (weaknesses included) and how much of an impact they actually have on the bottom line. Nobody is exempt. A…

The Secret Every Entrepreneur Must Know

by / ⠀Startup Advice / August 31, 2009

Socrates, Plato, Davinci, Newton, Edison, Carnegie, Einstein; what do they all have in common? The Secret.  They used it to manifest everything they wanted in life.  These great leaders knew that they were in charge of creating their future.  They knew why 1% of the population earns 96% of the money. They knew that anything in life they wanted was achievable with The Secret whether it be success,…

Leveraging 7 Types of Social Media for Branding

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / August 28, 2009

It is impossible to ignore the power of social media. Everyday it is integrated more and more into the marketing of businesses – both small and large. Even brick and mortar business can take advantage of this by focusing on a specific region. However don’t bother if you will just “join”, you need to be active in order to see the results. Building relationships and trust takes time.…

Is Your Work Ethic Killing You?

by / ⠀Startup Advice / August 27, 2009

Work less on your start-up by building an engine: The lesson of the car & the rocket There once was an entrepreneur named name Lisa. While she was still young, she promised herself that she would work hard to commercialize something as important and world-changing as the automobile. Lisa thought and planned and tinkered for a very long time. Eventually she decided her company would commercialize the revolutionary,…

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