In today’s economy, it can be very scary to start a business. However, your fears and concerns should not keep you from realizing your dream. In order to be a true entrepreneur, you have to be willing to take risks.
If you are over 28 and profiles of incredibly driven, accomplished people younger than you tend to send you into paroxysms of self-loathing, do not read the Wall Street Journal's glowing profile of Tracy Britt, the young woman who has become one of...
“You were born to win, but to be a winner, you must plan to win, prepare to win, and expect to win.” Having the right mindset is more important than having the right idea Underachievement … Frustration … Below-average money … Three things you want...
Welcome to 2013. The absolute worst time in history for those looking to do something unique. Long gone are the days when to “matter” we just had to create something “pretty good” and scream at the top our lungs about it.
Sometimes we just have to take that leap. But how will you make money?... This is the question I was asked every time I shared my plans to leave Corporate America to launch my own podcast. Unfortunately, at the time, I didn’t have an answer.
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