Entrepreneurship

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Ready to Be an Entrepreneur? Then You Must Be Willing to Embrace Risk
By Tom Panaggio

It's the most frightening leap of faith one might undertake . . . quitting a paying job to start a business.   Read More

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Want to Get More Done? Seven Easy Ways to Reduce Your Workload
By Anna Johansson

A full workload is a good thing; it means you're achieving your potential, and you have enough work to stay busy throughout the day. But an excessive workload is damaging because it interferes with your ability to perform each task to your maximum potential, stresses you out, and forces you to forego important or personal activities.   Read More

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You Ready to Jump? Nine Steps All Entrepreneurs Must Take to Build a Sustainable Business
By Tom Panaggio

Starting a business is a lot like parachuting; from afar, it looks fun and exciting, but when you are standing in the open airplane doorway 5,000 feet above the ground, it's a different story.   Read More

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Are You Actually Listening to Your Customers? Three Ways You Can Do It
By Larry Alton

It's easy to assume that you have everything under control within the four walls of your company. However, when it comes to the tech industry, few things are more dangerous than assuming you know it all.   Read More

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Should I Start a Business?
By Dana Brownlee

We've all probably heard this question many times from friends, family, and acquaintances. As a small business owner, I've struggled with it too. I've had lots of great small business ideas (at least they're great in my mind), but which ones should I pursue?   Read More

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Pushpa Ithal: Engineer Turned Entrepreneur to Help Digital Marketers
By Parna Sarkar-Basu

I have the privilege of interacting and collaborating with a variety of woman founders, and I have a lot of respect for their tenacity, passion, and determination. Most of the time they are running and growing their business while raising a family.   Read More