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Entrepreneurship is the quality associated with the act of starting and building a new business venture that previously didn't exist. The term is associated with bold, independent creative acts in the business world that, if successful, culminate in value-creation. Entrepreneurs take risks to create innovative enterprises that break ground with new products and services.
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Baseball, played without a clock and unfolding over the longest season in sports, requires the same patience and dynamism as running a business.
More people are developing an appetite for entrepreneurship. They like the idea of being their own boss and are taking things into their own hands. Big companies can learn from this.
Maybe being an entrepreneur is in your DNA but, even if it's not, it's in your power to succeed at it.
The buzz of doing deals and being your own boss is truly rewarding, but the concept of entrepreneurship could be better acknowledged.
Popular wisdom says your sphere of influence -- your communications and social network -- should be big. Popular wisdom is wrong.
Since there's no realistic way to avoid stress for entrepreneurs, learning to live with and manage it is the key to survival.
You either want to accomplish great things or you don't. If you don't expect and push for it, you don't get it.
Movies can be thrilling flights of imagination but none more so than those depicting the struggles of true-life entrepreneurs.
First-time players may display a drive that propels them to scramble up steep learning curves, explore new terrain and innovate. Here's how to capitalize on that approach.
Nothing sets an entrepreneur up for a fall like early success.
Ready to reach for the stars and tackle every obstacle that stands in your way? Advice from someone who's been down that long hard road.
Big lessons come in small packages, especially if that package is disguised as a 3-year-old girl in a purple dress.
Being an entrepreneur might seem glamorous, but it isn't. Far from it. Still, the rewards are great... and not what you might expect.
These podcasts use the radio format to deliver ideas and inspiration tailored to the needs, and schedules, of entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurs should invite public opinion when the timing is right -- without handing over the reins.
Falling down and pulling yourself back up only makes you more kickass at business and in life, the Shark Tank star says.
The data suggest that rising wealth depresses business formation.
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.
Twenty-five years years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the residents of former communist countries still tend to hold more negative views of entrepreneurship than their counterparts elsewhere.
The greatest single factor determining how much money we make is how we view ourselves and our worth.
Since 2009, fewer Americans say their schools encourage the development of entrepreneurial principles.
Achieving the results you're striving for will take pushing yourself. It will be painful, but it will be worth it in the end.
Tolstoy never ran a business and faced a world different from ours. But entrepreneurs can learn a lot from him.
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