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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…

What Really Matters When You Give A TED Talk

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship Personal Branding / April 25, 2016

If you’ve ever dreamed of giving a TED/TEDx Talk, you’ve probably also dreamed of the potential fame that comes along with it. “People will bust down my door to interview me!” “I’ll get tons of business opportunities!” “I’ll be Youtube famous!”   Those things are certainly POSSIBLE, but let me feed you a truth sandwich and tell you that they aren’t likely. And that’s okay, because fame is…

Trep Travels – Interview with Hipmunk’s Adam Goldstein

by / ⠀Blog Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / March 30, 2015

 Hiscox Courageous Entrepreneur Interview Series This is part nine of the ten part series. Follow the Hiscox Courageous Entrepreneur interview series on Under30CEO.com. Interview Series Sponsored by Hiscox Small Business Insurance.  Hiscox specializes in protecting IT/technology, marketing, consulting, health and beauty, photography and many other professional services businesses, tailoring coverage to the specific risks in your industry. The day after graduating college, most of us are still celebrating or recovering from the…

Million-Dollar Suitcase: Interview with Brian Chen of Bluesmart

by / ⠀Blog Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / March 23, 2015

Traveling by air is one of the most amazing, yet frustrating experiences of our lifetime. In an instant, we go from sea level to a mile high in the air, but if our plane is delayed 20 minutes, the whole flight becomes a ‘disaster.’ Maybe not a disaster, but we have high expectations when it comes to our personal travel experience. Getting there is supposed to be half…

This 23 Year-Old Entrepreneur Delivers: Interview with Parcel Founder Jesse Kaplan

by / ⠀Blog Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / March 10, 2015

Problem: Receiving packages from orders placed online is difficult in larger cities, especially in places where there is no active doorman to accept deliveries on behalf of residents. Unless the recipient is present at the time of delivery, which is typically during the hours of 8-5, a slip is left at the door, and the package is returned to the distribution center. Due to barriers with labor limitations,…

Contextual Impact: Interview with Shradha Agarwal of ContextMedia

by / ⠀Blog Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / March 2, 2015

Hiscox Courageous Entrepreneur Interview Series This is part seven of the ten part series. Follow the Hiscox Courageous Entrepreneur interview series on Under30CEO.com. Interview Series Sponsored by Hiscox Small Business Insurance.  Hiscox specializes in protecting IT/technology, marketing, consulting, health and beauty, photography and many other professional services businesses, tailoring coverage to the specific risks in your industry. Entrepreneurs have the ability to change the world around them. When faced with hardship…

Entrepreneurial Fabric: Interview with Kevin Lavelle of Mizzen+Main

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / February 9, 2015

It takes courage to go where no one else has ever gone. Entrepreneurs often risk their financial future and well-being on pursuing an idea for the benefit of themselves and others. Being an entrepreneur of any kind takes courage and inner strength, but every industry and business comes with different challenges. If there’s one industry that’s easy to break into, it’s not apparel. The industry is crowded and…

Trading College for Credit: Interview with Paul Gu of Upstart

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / January 26, 2015

Being young can be inexpensive if you choose to live out of your parent’s basement with little aspiration of improving yourself or going anywhere in life. If you desire to pursue an education, start a business, or go after your dreams in general, it’s usually going to take money to get there. The problem with being young and needing money is that no one wants to give it…

Quit: 17 Short Stories of Being Broke, Fired, Frustrated, Unemployed, and Making It Big!

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / October 1, 2014

Hey Under30CEO, big news!  We’ve launched our publishing company and to celebrate we are sending you a copy of our newest book absolutely free! Quit: 17 Short Stories of Being Broke, Fired, Frustrated, Unemployed, and Making It Big! You guys have stuck with us for the past six years of Under30CEO, so all we ask is for a quick Amazon review after you check it out.The e-book will go…

Unchain From Your Desk & See The World! 4 Steps To A Life Of Adventure

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / August 18, 2014

Imagine a day at the office. It may not be hard to do, since you’re probably reading this at the office right now. You’re surrounded by the lifeless stone-gray walls of your cubicle, the buzz of the fluorescent lamps above you and the glow of your computer screen in front of you. If you’re lucky you can get out of there at five, sit through an hour of traffic and…

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