Martin Zwilling

Martin Zwilling

Veteran startup mentor, executive, blogger, author, tech professional, and Angel investor.

Martin Zwilling is the founder and CEO of Startup Professionals, a company that provides products and services to startup founders and small business owners. The author of Do You Have What It Takes to Be an Entrepreneur? and Attracting an Angel, he writes a daily blog for entrepreneurs and dispenses advice on the subject of startups.

Don't Go the Way of the Hydrogen-Fueled Engine. Make Sure Your Product Fits Into Today's World.
Product Development

Don't Go the Way of the Hydrogen-Fueled Engine. Make Sure Your Product Fits Into Today's World.

Study these six keys to properly balance technological innovation and business opportunity.
Are You 'Intelligent' Enough to Be an Entrepreneur?
Intelligence

Are You 'Intelligent' Enough to Be an Entrepreneur?

Running a business successfully does not require 'book smarts.' Here are eight types of intelligence that help lead you to success.
6 Ways to Stop Selling and Get More Customers Buying
Sales Strategies

6 Ways to Stop Selling and Get More Customers Buying

Convincing customers that you are a leader rather than a pusher is now more important than ever.
Don't Declare War. Respect Competitors, and Capitalize on Your Own Strengths.
Competition

Don't Declare War. Respect Competitors, and Capitalize on Your Own Strengths.

Here are eight ways to stop denigrating your competition and start using it to your advantage.
Don't Fall for These 6 Deadly Myths of Startups
Ready To Launch

Don't Fall for These 6 Deadly Myths of Startups

Some entrepreneurs forget that they need an innovative business model along with an innovative solution to have a successful startup.
7 Traits That Define Work Productivity Superstars
Productivity

7 Traits That Define Work Productivity Superstars

Superstar status belongs to those who, for starters, focus on completion of a task rather than blind adherence to a work process.
These 8 Disciplines Define a Fundable Entrepreneur
Startup Investment

These 8 Disciplines Define a Fundable Entrepreneur

Register your intellectual property and demonstrate a customer focus early; just do these things in the right sequence.
6 Reasons Why Startups Should Skip the Big-Bang Launch
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6 Reasons Why Startups Should Skip the Big-Bang Launch

Even superstars like Facebook and Google started slowly based on customer demand and resources available. So should you.
7 Criteria For Selecting an Entrepreneur-Confidant
Control What You Can

7 Criteria For Selecting an Entrepreneur-Confidant

The most sustainable mentor-mentee relationships are ones where each party adds value to the other's life.
7 Key Maxims of a Mindset Focused on Growth
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7 Key Maxims of a Mindset Focused on Growth

There is no room in business today for entrepreneurs who are worried about how smart they are, how they'll look or what a mistake will mean.
8 Initiatives That Can Supercharge Your Startup
Ready To Launch

8 Initiatives That Can Supercharge Your Startup

Great entrepreneurs make their own luck. The smart ones get some extra support early on critical decisions, and work a bit harder on issues that are common startup killers.
Don't Believe Your Own Hype. Instead, Watch for These 7 Indicators of Traction.
Ready To Launch

Don't Believe Your Own Hype. Instead, Watch for These 7 Indicators of Traction.

You should be looking for evidence of your business's success, rather than being stuck in your own head.
The Top 4 Wrong Reasons to Seek Investors
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The Top 4 Wrong Reasons to Seek Investors

There is plenty of evidence that too much money can undermine a startup more quickly than squeezing pennies.
8 Reasons Young Entrepreneurs, or the Young at Heart, Lead the Way
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8 Reasons Young Entrepreneurs, or the Young at Heart, Lead the Way

Young people are more accustomed to facing a new world each day, so they don't worry about it, and usually actually relish the new adventure.
8 Problem-Solving Practices That See Startups to Success
Ready To Launch

8 Problem-Solving Practices That See Startups to Success

Creating an innovative new business is guaranteed to test your skills, patience and determination, and you need to derive satisfaction from the journey, as well as the destination.