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.
With so many business people writing books, accepting out-of-area speaking engagements, and seeking more ideal clients, time is of the essence. With that in mind, below are three common wishes for today's busy entrepreneurs.
The economy will shift up and down, your health may suffer, technology may make things good for your business or threaten it. What will you do? Will you let it take you down or will you stand your ground and adapt and flow around and through the challenges?
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.