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Entrepreneurial Health and Wellness: Interview with Seth Franz of Urban Brain & Body

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / September 25, 2013

Interview with Seth Fraz about starting his business Urban Brain & Body. This is part four of the ten part series. Follow the Starting a Business as a Young Entrepreneur interview series and don’t miss an interview!  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.…

3 Quotes to Carry With You Every Single Day

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / September 23, 2013

Life, success and happiness come to people in different shapes and colors. The only certain thing is that everyone needs to keep a balance between the things that make him happy and fulfilled and his obligations. There is no recipe, but you can use just a few simple guidelines to lift you up and keep you motivated, happy and vigorous! Quote #1: “Live your truth. Express your love.…

Running a Successful Wedding Planning Business as a Young Entrepreneur: Interview With Tanya Costigan of Bowties and Butterflies

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / September 18, 2013

Interview with Tanya Costigan about starting her wedding planning business bowties and butterflies. This is part three of the ten part series. Follow the Starting a Business as a Young Entrepreneur interview series and don’t miss an interview!  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…

6 Things I Wish I’d Known Before I Started My Company

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / September 17, 2013

My company is approaching its tenth anniversary. This important milestone has prompted me to look back at my decade as an entrepreneur. Founding and running a company has been the ride of my life, but it has had its fair share of ups and down. In retrospect, I would have done a few things differently if I had known better. Here are some things I’d wish I’d known…

Success Beyond Her Years: Interview with Stacey Ferreira Founder mySocialCloud

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / September 11, 2013

Interview with young entrepreneur Stacey Ferreira on starting her business mySocialCloud. This is part two of the ten part series. Follow the Starting a Business as a Young Entrepreneur interview series and don’t miss an interview!  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. As…

Why Gen Y Needs to Build Something That Lasts Forever

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / September 11, 2013

I’ve been off the radar for a little bit.  Not writing much…. In the depths of summer, grinding it out in New York City building a company. Sometimes I ask myself, is this for me? This week I lost my voice.  Why?  Because I didn’t sleep much.  I was at the office at 7:45AM, back to back to back sales calls, two meetings, being interviewed on a podcast,…

Fueling Your Sports Fantasies with Data: Interview with Numberfire Founder and CEO Nik Bonaddio

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / September 6, 2013

As a sports fan coming from a strong background in math and statistics, Nik Bonaddio came up with the idea for Numberfire – a business that uses quantitative analysis to provide advanced predictions on sports matchups and fantasy sports.  Fantasy sports data may seem like an extreme niche, but more than 27 million Americans play fantasy sports each year.   The number of free online platforms for fantasy sports…

Self-Storage Turned Sexy: Interview with Sparefoot’s CEO Chuck Gordon

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / August 12, 2013

“Self-storage is very sexy contrary to popular belief,” said Chuck Gordon in response to the idea that self-storage isn’t the most appealing industry for a young entrepreneur to pursue.  Chuck Gordon is co-founder and CEO of Sparefoot, the world’s largest online marketplace for self-storage.  Gordon described Sparefoot as the ‘Hotels.com for storage’. Chuck Gordon is from Washington, D.C., and attended UCLA.  When he decided to study abroad in…

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