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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.
Financing growth from sales is tough but the reality is very few companies receive the venture-capital funding seemingly everyone believes is indispensable.
The first year of a startup can be a brutal time for an entrepreneur. Here are a few lessons on how to survive the first 12 months.
Even entrepreneurs can get run down and get sick but for many, they can't afford to take time off. Here's how you can harness the power of sick days to get ahead in business.
On a 4,000-mile bike trek, one professor learned some surprising traits about small business owners.
Here is where you should be looking to learn new things about your industry, as well as different facets of running a business.
Just as a relief pitcher and a starter are different types doing the same job, sales pros come in endless variety.
Whether you're already great at the following practices or could use a few pointers, these are the areas you should focus on.
Those who start their own businesses are prone to more stress, rejection and uncertainty. It's important to be prepared.
To get ahead of the game, here are five books all entrepreneurs should be reading. Bonus: one is free.
After realizing he wasn't really moving forward at his startup, founder Alex Lorton decided to make a big change in his approach to the entrepreneurial world.
As people are trying to navigate away from the 'corporate jungle' towards the land of supposed 'entrepreneurial utopia,' a lot of misconceptions arise. Here are five big ones.
The founder of startup Fusio-io used a technique that is critical to every entrepreneur in the world but seldom mastered.
Don't spend so much time preparing for love, or launching a business, dive in and gain the experience.
Whether you are looking to leave your corporate job or just start a new startup venture, the goal is always the same. You want to show others, as rapidly as possible, that you should be taken seriously in your new identity.
Great entrepreneurs don't catch lightning in a bottle and leave it on the table.
Work is just work without context. Putting meaning into your actions creates dramatically different results.
If you at first you don't succeed, dust yourself off and TED again. These inspiring talks will get you back on your feet in no time.
If you're not getting the results you want and feel like your business is in a slump, you've probably just gotten away from your fundamentals.
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.
Finding your passion and following your dream is not stress free but you can make it less stressful
The latest GDP figures prove that the policies of the last six years are targeting the wrong culprits.
Sting knows what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur: self-reliance, personal accountability and feeling that you have nothing to lose.
Leave the familiar, grapple with the unknown, chance failure, triumph.
Before you decide to jump the corporate ship, make sure you are really ready to start your own company.
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