News and Articles About Entrepreneur Mindset
New programs help veterans harness their unique skills -- including determination, creative problem-solving and risk tolerance -- to overcome the challenges of starting a business.
Why a founding partner of a Silicon Valley powerhouse venture capital firm holds this above honesty or integrity.
Newsweek reported that our country is facing a creativity crisis. What does it mean for the future of entrepreneurship in America and what can we do about it now?
Reid Hoffman, investor and co-founder of LinkedIn, and Ben Casnocha, entrepreneur and author, share valuable tips on cultivating and seizing make-or-break opportunities.
Christopher Hawker was thrilled when his invention hit it big. But just a few years later, his company was on the brink of bankruptcy -- until he reinvented his business model.
They've accumulated a wealth of experience and resources compared to Gen Yers -- but can boomers afford to take entrepreneurial risks?
Follow these six steps to help make the transition from corporate employee to entrepreneur.
Scientific research shows that our genes influence whether we start our own businesses.
A key to time management is to anticipate time wasters. Then turn them into productive work sessions.
If you're thinking about starting a business, it's time for some personal assessment. Take this informal quiz to see how your personality compares with the popular profile of today's successful entrepreneurs.
A successful Internet entrepreneur talks about why fear can't be a factor when starting a business. Entrepreneurs come in all varieties, Jason Nazar says, but one quality they all share is that they're willing to take risks that others aren't.
Stop spieling off platitudes about risk. Instead, develop a strategy to offset the oof, ugh and ouch! that can tag along with a risk-taking life.
How one determined developer is helping restore the creative spirit of Nashville's downtown scene.
Here are suggestions for getting past the mental traps that might be holding you back from starting your own business.
Every successful company is a work in progress, so your pursuit of better performance needs to be relentless.
Do you have what it takes to get through hard times? Here are the traits that help home-based business owners thrive.