The hardest part in starting your own business is not coming up with an idea and carrying it out. For an entrepreneur, these are most of the rewarding...
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Whether it's even part of the sharing economy (barely), Airbnb dominates many of the discussions surrounding how the sharing economy is impacting our travel and our very way of life.
Buying an existing business that's close to what you want might be more eventually transformed into what you want than if you started from scratch -- and you'd already have cash flow coming from it.
I have been fortunate to meet some of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world and I would like to share an observation with you.
Businesses are built to last; social entrepreneur efforts should not be -- they should shed light on necessary reforms, offer solutions, and change systems.
When your new business is firing on all cylinders, you may wonder how in the world you can be successful without neglecting your family. But you can do it.
When do you go to market? Well, it depends... on your industry, on your competition, on the quality of your product, on market tests, on your team, and on how well you-the-entrepreneur handle being out of your comfort zone.
Despite starting a new business during the worst economic downturn of our lifetime, our passion consumed us and we forged ahead. Good times or bad, an innovative business can prevail.
I maintain that there was never a bubble; at least, not in the sense that we call any market conditions a "bubble."
The common denominator among SCORE volunteers is that they will be passionate about creating new jobs and helping their clients launch new businesses successfully.
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