Choosing a location for a business office, warehouse, or retail space is one of the most critical decisions an entrepreneur will face early in a company's life cycle. That's because signing a lease or purchasing a building surrenders your company's fate to that specific location.
When you're running a startup there can be little time for anything else. And yet it's crucial -- both to your health and to the success of your business -- to take a little time for yourself. Here's how you can ensure that this will happen.
You're in the early phases of your business and resources are stretched thin. When your top notch employee deserves more than you can pay, there are other ways you can extend appreciation.
To balance love and work as a couple, it always will require genuine commitment to value and love language alignment. It will take effort and it will be worth it! There is nothing better than to feel loved, supported, and appreciated!
Eventually, you're going to have to make the leap. It's better to do it quick, like ripping a band aid. It is my personal belief that people are rewarded when they take the risk to put themselves out there. Blind faith comes with the territory of being an entrepreneur.
You don't have to burn out to use these simple secrets in your life today. As they they prevention is better than cure, use these in your life and business and you will see a huge difference. And of course don't forget to get some "me" time.
The final day of this fall's "Rise of the Rest" tour led us to visit Portland, Maine--a beautiful town with a great history, and a startup ecosystem that is just beginning to emerge.
Nature and nurture together shape successful entrepreneurs. And it's possible to balance work and family when doing a startup. Family relationships i...
I know many of you may be balancing a professional career and a part-time business at the same time and it can probably be frustrating at times. Or you may be a creative talent who doesn't really excel in business so you are still operating as a "starving artist."
We're incredibly proud of these efforts and what we can accomplish as a community when we come together. But perhaps what's even more exciting is how many of our partners and customers have been inspired to build giving back into their own culture through the Pledge 1% movement.
There are many types of entrepreneurs, all of which have different goals, different passions, different attitudes and different approaches. We're all united by our desire to take charge of a business, but I love to see that diversity manifest in the marketplace.
While weekend rains confined many Washingtonians to their homes, a hackathon, also described as Pakathon by its organizers, brought together several young professionals to create new entrepreneurial platforms to highlight some of Pakistan's hardest challenges by applying modern technology.
As business owners, our first instinct seems to be to compete, not collaborate. I understand feeling threatened and fearing the loss of business to your competition, and it is a real concern. However, what if people began to see opportunities instead of fear and competition? How would both businesses succeed with a win-win?
Marc Goodman recently shared his top strategies for how entrepreneurs can thwart cyber criminals -- and prevent our most sensitive and important assets from getting hacked.
Bet you didn't think you could learn anything (aside from which candidates want which of their family members on the $10 bill) from the Republican Party's presidential primary race. I thought this too until I started perusing the candidates' websites and realized that small business owners can learn a lot from how political candidates lay out their campaign websites.
Dan Tocchini is the founder and CEO of The Grid where he gets a lot of mentorship from D3 AKA, Daniel the 3rd, his dad. You might find that having y...