If America is serious about our economic recovery and competitive edge, we need to be serious about truly welcoming and supporting not only high-growth, high-potential entrepreneurs but the entire entrepreneurial ecosystem. Our policies need to match our priorities.
Startups have no age limit, height requirement, or a record of years in an industry to have a massive impact. The wise are not exclusively the elderly, youth is not wasted. Anyone can do anything at anytime.
I turned their dreams into goals by asking them to put a time frame on it. We then worked backward from their goal to present-day circumstances, and set milestones for them to achieve along the path toward their goal.
if you are an inventor, here's downer news that few will tell you... you probably can't do it. The odds you face are just too long. So don't quite your day-job, OK? Here are the five forces working against us.
The word I've adopted to describe this phenomenon is "intrapreneur." I know it's a new word because spell check always wants to change it, but soon I expect the dictionaries will have an official definition.
When making the weighty decision to forgo a steady paycheck in favor of developing an unproven idea and building a company from scratch, passion, confidence, and optimism can blind founders to the challenges posed by these three factors.
I'm issuing an urgent challenge to the crazies, the rule breakers, the delusional optimists, the women and men with the ego and pride to persist until they make their dent in the universe. I'm calling on our entrepreneurs to reinvent this country.
Yep, I am saying that a dog's story can teach you things about product development and brand management better than most business school professors. The book I am referring to is the tale of the most famous dog of all time -- Rin Tin Tin.
Many graduates, burdened by debt, are questioning what they should do next. Some are now thinking about creating their own business. So, the challenge is, how does anyone with an idea and a dream get the training and funding needed?
Data is both the solution and the problem in any market in which it is being used to craft solutions. Education is no different. Data is a great platform for building solutions, but in the end you need something else. You need a space.
No one makes money in the stock market by doing what everyone else does. No one cures disease without trying new things. And no one gets ahead in the work place by doing exactly what's expected of them.
Whether your company is fully established or is in the "start-up" phase, here are six things you can do to improve your business' findability and increase its exposure to potential customers in the interactive space.
Just in case your overflowing email inbox and chaotic to-do list weren't proof enough, according to a national study released earlier this month, one in three American employees are chronically overworked.