News and Articles About Entrepreneur Mindset
Those in the thick of business ownership understand that even considering all its rewards, entrepreneurship is a difficult and complicated path.
What athletes need to endure the brutal winnowing process on their way to the pros is just what it takes to launch and grow a business.
According to estimates, the country is second to Silicon Valley for new companies. Here are three things that may be driving that.
The recently-deceased comedian taught a brilliant lesson about personal branding that we should all take to heart.
Don't just look at the current best in your industry and do what they do. Try to be the best you, but feel free to borrow from unlikely sources.
Starting and running your own business isn't for everybody. Run through these qualities to see if you're cut out for it.
Spending a summer observing a well-liked and 'lucky' businessman illuminates qualities we all can strive for.
Starting and running your own business is one of the hardest things you can ever do. Make sure you're ready for the challenge.
Achieving the results you're striving for will take pushing yourself. It will be painful, but it will be worth it in the end.
The first Papa Johns' pizza was baked in the renovated broom closet of a bar. The facilities are better now but a lot else is unchanged.
Here are some quick gut checks and questions to ask yourself to determine what path you should embark on.
Starting a business requires a mentality that enjoys a mix of activities that include leadership, decision-making and problem solving.
Anyone who dares to call themselves an entrepreneur has to take on the big risk that comes along with it, and continue taking risks.
Applying these eight skills will differentiate you from a crowded and competitive workforce and prepare you if you do start a venture.
Hardship and failure is part of the entrepreneur's life. Here are some strategies to deal.
Many people get into business not just to make money, but to make their work lives more productive, meaningful and enjoyable.
While you may not have all of these qualities, these are good signs you're cut out for the entrepreneurial life.
Those who start their own businesses are prone to more stress, rejection and uncertainty. It's important to be prepared.
If you hunger for success, you can't let failure intimidate you.
Zero hour contracts, already common in UK and Europe, are likely to catch on in the US.
If you've launched and are running your own business, give yourself a pat on the back with this affirming list.
There's only so much you can control, but it's how you act that usually determines your circumstances.
What's the first thing you say, think or do when you wake up each morning? These queries can change your life -- and someone else's.
It's a jarring change from living on a paycheck to living on a dream. If you aren't willing think differently, better to keep your day job.