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Entrepreneur

The latest stories from Entrepreneur.

Latest Post: June 20, 2019
Make Passive Income Through Amazon With This Bundle

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The Complete Amazon FBA Bundle helps you set up your own Amazon shop and collect extra cash.
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The Time Finder with Paula Eder - The way you use your time is the...

Latest Post: June 20, 2019
Your Changes Affect Others — Sometimes It Takes a Village

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Your changes almost always involve two sets of people: you and the other people in your life who are touched by the change, whatever it may be. In a previous post titled Going Through Changes? Supporting Yourself is Job #1 I wrote about how important it is to support yourself when you are going...
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Side Hustle Nation

Empowering the 5-9 Entrepreneur

Latest Post: June 20, 2019
340: Affiliate Review Sites Done Right: How to Market and...

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Robert Brandl is a German entrepreneur now living in Spain with his wife and twin 16-month olds, but 10 years ago he was working full-time, wanting to travel, and was just trying to figure out how to get a blog online. He did what most aspiring bloggers did, he turned to Google for answers. But...
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Small Business Labs

Tracking and Forecasting the Trends Impacting the Future of Small...

Latest Post: June 20, 2019
More Freelancers Feeling Secure

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MBO Partners released their 2019 State of Independence study this week. This is the 9th year of this ongoing study, which provides an in-depth look at American's independent workers (freelancers, independent contractors, self-employed, etc.). Emergent Research works with MBO Partners...
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Event Manager Blog - The first blog for event lovers

Started in 2007, Event Manager Blog is the number one blog worldwide...

Latest Post: June 20, 2019
Ticket Tailor: More Control Over Event Ticketing [Review]

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Ticket Tailor is an online ticketing platform that focuses on delivering “low fees and no fuss.” It’s designed for event planners who are disenchanted with paying high ticket fees and for those who simply want more control over their events. Here is our review:   Ticket Tailor: What Is It? Ticket...
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Startup Professionals Musings

Selected ideas and assistance to entrepreneurs and startup founders...

Latest Post: June 19, 2019
5 Key Attributes That Foretell New Venture Survival

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Every startup wants to be a predictable success, yet so few ever achieve this enviable position. In reality, getting there is not a random walk, and requires an understanding of the stages that every business must navigate and the organizational characteristics necessary at each stage. Les...
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AllBusiness - Your Small Business Advantage

Latest Post: June 19, 2019
Selling Your Business: How This Entrepreneur Made the...

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Founders who sell their companies are often contractually required to stay on as an employee for some time. Here are a few pointers to help you survive this post-acquisition period. The post Selling Your Business: How This Entrepreneur Made the Transition From Founder to Employee appeared first on...
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Steve Blank - Entrepreneurship and Conservation

Latest Post: June 18, 2019
U.C. Santa Cruz Commencement Speech – 2019

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I was honored to give the commencement speech at the University of California Santa Cruz, right down the road from the ranch. Rather than my usual talks about innovation and entrepreneurship I shared a few lessons learned after serving seven years as a public official on the California Coastal...
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Grace Judson

Tell the real story of the power of your work

Latest Post: June 17, 2019
Do you have Tall Poppy syndrome?

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Tall Poppy syndrome is the desire to mow down those you feel are above you or head of you – those who seem more successful, wealthier, drive better cars, have nicer offices, and so forth. It comes with a desire to not be a Tall Poppy yourself. But there’s a big difference between arrogance and...
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Small Biz Survival

The Rural and Small Town Business Resource

Latest Post: June 17, 2019
What are your challenges? Add your voice here

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  Every small town has its own set of assets, issues and opportunities, but many of us share common challenges. We created the Survey of Rural Challenges so you could share your own view of rural, and we could better help you. A total of 479 people answered our previous surveys, and we’d like your...
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Sue Painter: Small Business Coach and Consultant

If you'€™re self-employed or thinking about going into business for...

Latest Post: June 11, 2019
Leading Through Change – How to Manage the Turmoil of the...

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  Business Changes Test Your Leadership Skills Hannah Lintel has been an entrepreneur for 12 years. She freely admits that every other year or so she gets antsy. It’s her view (and mine, as well) that the nature of entrepreneurship is change. Leading through change is something we entrepreneurs...
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Blogtrepreneur | Entrepreneur Blog

Popular entrepreneur blog for young entrepreneurs and small business...

Latest Post: June 4, 2019
The Mental Health Benefits of a Side Hustle

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When you have a full time job that isn’t paying enough, or isn’t stimulating your interests, it’s hard to quit the job and find a new one. However, because of the Internet, it’s easier than ever to find a side hustle. A side hustle is a small job in addition to your regular job. This […] The post...
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