Once you've found the right idea, these guides can help you get started.
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Three key questions to ask yourself before you start your own business
This next-generation strategy calls for planning--and revising--as you go.
Address these four points clearly and confidently, and your investors are likely to buy in.
Get inspired by these entrepreneurs who have taken their idea and made it a success.
When pricing your product or service, instead of sweating the pennies, look at how you can charge more by offering a better quality experience for your customer.
Throw reality out the window and start dreaming. It just may lead you to greatness.
A businesswoman shares lessons from her hard climb -- from humble beginnings in North Dakota to running an Alabama marketing agency.
Do more than down your rivals. This video shows you how to stand apart using your merits.
Instead, focus your efforts on protecting yourself with these seven strategies.
Think being an epic entrepreneur is only open to the elite few? Here are three entrepreneurs who prove it's a lifestyle for anyone.
As you examine your industry and competitors, identify your competitive edge.
Here are six considerations of when to sign an agreement with investors or other interested parties.
Drinking several cups of coffee a day is hurting your performance far more than it's helping it.
Leaders of small companies can leverage their business' size and unique culture to rapidly develop and apply creative ideas.
Many opportunities end up being money suckers because of overhead, slow progress and low margins.
If you know you want to be your own boss but you aren't sure what type of business you want to start, these tips can help you figure that out.
There's big money to be made in people's unused, idle things. One company breaking into the space provides some good examples to follow.
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While much attention is thrown at the teen genius or the college dropout, it's important to remember that often the wiser among us can more easily navigate the road to success.
Turn these once-a-year activities into monthly habits and watch your business grow
These tales of inspiration should prompt you to ask yourself, 'is this all there is for me?'
Before you commit significant time, money or other resources to launch, take this test.
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