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Mentoring Women in Business

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Cherie Blair Foundation for Women:  Our mission is to strengthen the capacity of women entrepreneurs in countries where they lack equal opportunities so they can grow their businesses and become greater contributors to their economies...


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OnStartups Beta - Stack Exchange

OnStartups Beta - Stack Exchange | Business Futures | Scoop.it

If you are an entrepreneur or if you want to become one, this site will give you lots of information and the opportunity to ask questions. [note mg]

 

This is a collaboratively edited question and answer site for entrepreneurs looking to start or run a new business. It's a part of OnStartups.com, a blog on entrepeneurship by Dharmesh Shah. It's 100% free, no registration required.


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10 essential entrepreneurial videos

10 essential entrepreneurial videos | Business Futures | Scoop.it
There’s nothing quite like seeing entrepreneurship in action. A business’ facts and figures may catch the eye, but it’s not until you see the founder talk about their idea that it truly comes to life and fires the imagination.

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Startup Success: Is Hard Work Enough?

Startup Success: Is Hard Work Enough? | Business Futures | Scoop.it

A good friend of mine has long argued that startups can succeed through vision and hard work. Because I only partially agree with his position, we have had more than one heated argument on the subject. It is my belief that hard work and a great idea are required ingredients for success, but that those two elements alone are not enough for a startup to become a success.

 

Imagine a great Amazonian rainforest. As your mind floats along the banks of a surging river in this rainforest, pause for a moment and take in the strength and beauty of the mightiest of the trees that you can see in front of you. Reaching above all of the other plants and collecting a shower of precious sunlight, this tree is over 100 feet tall, with sinewy roots reaching deep into the rich forest soil. Beautiful isn’t it?

 

Did this tree get to be the the giant that it is because of hard work? Not hardly.

 

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