Jacqueline is an inspiration to anyone with a goal and the resilience to achieve it. A Cambodian refugee, a mother of two, a licensed esthetician, a music manager, a web show host, Jacqueline uniquely embodies the value of doing.
I always wanted to start my own business, but I kept postponing it because it was never good "timing." Now I realize that the "right time" never comes. This expression is more of a distraction to justify one's indecision and lack of courage.
Some entrepreneurs prosper with the right combination of timing and talent, but many don't make it. Here are a few tips to give your business a firm financial foundation and the best chance at a bright future.
There is no such thing as a "typical" entrepreneur. We come in all shapes, sizes and flavors. Still, myths abound, and most of us walk around with a specific caricature of what an entrepreneur is like in our minds
Ever since I walked out of "The Social Network," I have been more inspired than ever to continue my entrepreneurial path in technology, media and textiles. Here are the lessons I see from watching the film.