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With high confidence and ego, you said to yourself “I want to be an entrepreneur”. You have a great business idea and vision. One possible way to start is to join a business plan competition.
If you're a startup on a budget, you may consider designing your logo yourself. If so, here's a 10-step process to creating a perfect logo for your business.
Investing in real estate can be rewarding, but expect that you’ll still need to face several challenges before you can attain success.
Starting a business and making a success of it is not easy. But there are ways you can aim to maximize your chances of success. Keith Tully, a partner at business rescue specialists Real Business Rescue, offers some of them.
A lot of young entrepreneurs rush into business without giving it the proper thought and consideration beforehand. Make sure you can answer these questions in detail before you get started:
Here's an infographic that details the secrets of success from some of the biggest giants in Silicon Valley, from Elon Musk to Sheryl Sandberg to Evan Williams, and many others in between.
Here are 20 must-watch videos from TED if you're an entrepreneur-minded student.
If you have found yourself wondering if you are truly fulfilled by your current career you are not alone. Holly Caplan shares five tips to re-evaluating, and turning your life experiences into a full-time career.
Too many startups expose their business to unnecessary risk by making some common legal mistakes. Tricia Meyer, managing attorney at Meyer Law, highlights five to watch out for.
Entrepreneurs are a diverse bunch but some abilities are universal despite the sector or personality. Discover the 6 key skills every founder needs now.
Here's an infographic by Davitt Corporate Partners that looks at how your environment at work can have an impact on your levels of productivity, coupled with helpful tips on how you can ensure a productive workspace and much more.
Children are natural-born entrepreneurs. Since many schools don't teach financial literacy courses or offer similar opportunities, here are some ways parents can teach kids about money, financial responsibility, and entrepreneurship.
Sports history is filled with the heroics of substitute players coming off the bench and playing a big role in a victory. It's the same in the corporate world. Grant Parr, author of "The Next One Up Mindset: How To Prepare For The Unknown", shares five ways to spend time wisely while waiting for your opportunity.
The increasing likelihood that young people will be hired for a job contingent on remote productivity is a sobering one. It is pertinent that young workers ever begin developing a few good habits and prepare to practice self-discipline, argues Anna Johansson.
Arsalan Sajid, startup community manager at Cloudways says it's important to understand the whole startup life cycle in stages before you start a business to get the most benefit.
There are ton of good ideas left. Give yourself a major edge by starting off with something that you’re actually interested in, advises Jackson Cunningham, founder of Tuft and Paw.
If you’ve got a great idea, there’s no reason to hold off acting on it until you have a degree. Just ask these college entrepreneurs.
The hiring landscape facing recent college grads is inhospitable, to say the least. Coach Micheal J. Burt and Colby B. Jubenville share ten tactics to help graduates create a best-odds scenario for acing interviews and landing a job.
Whilst having a side hustle is not illegal, there are some necessary issues you need to consider so that you stay in line with legal regulations.
Many people want to start their own businesses, but feel that “it’s just not the right time.” Author of "8 Unbreakable Rules for Business Start-Up Success" Sean C. Castrina explains why five common excuses should actually be used as motivation to become your own boss.