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The CEO of a marketing and sales software company used a business trip as an opportunity to bond with his 18 year old.
There is no contradiction between realizing financial security is crucial to happiness and that money really isn't everything.
You're a hard-driving entrepreneur. But what should you do now if your work life has turned into your whole life?
Working too much can negatively affect your life and your business. Here are four tips for finding the right balance.
A roundup of useful tips and best practices for creating a campaign that meets or exceeds its funding goal.
We spend a lot of time at work, so why not turn professional relationships into real friendships?
With just a fraction of startups receiving venture capital financing, approach your social circles, with these five pointers in mind.
Putting your heart and soul into a startup is what entrepreneurs do. But being awesome doesn't stop when you come home. Here are some suggestions for finding the right balance.
As an entrepreneur, standing up for your vision to your loved ones might possibly be the best practice you will get for the life that awaits you.
Your family, friends and colleagues in many ways become your brand. It's important to create a team of people that reflect how you want to live your brand.
Entrepreneurs seek venture capital, even though it is financially unattractive. Think twice about jumping in. The water is deep.
4 things to consider before asking mom and dad for money.
Make your personal network your first investors, but don't make it too informal.
Investing with friends and family is usually a recipe for disaster. If you're going to go for it, here are some essential legal steps to keep your finances and friendships from falling apart.
Sandwich-generation entrepreneurs -- those in their 40s and 50s -- are juggling more family demands. Here's how to keep your sanity and your business.
Raising money from family and friends to fund a business can be a complex situation to navigate, requiring both personal trust and a professional approach.
Not happy about the dearth of women in engineering? Debbie Sterling thinks overly-girlie toys are to blame.
Student entrepreneur Sarah Haselkorn on the daily rewards she gets from operating a physical location.
With a busy startup schedule, it can be hard to devote any time to forging new relationships or even keeping old ones. Here's how to make time for the ones you love -- and yourself.
Thinking about bringing loved ones into your business? Before you take that leap, here's what you need to know to protect your relationships and your company.
Tech expert Prerna Gupta on the importance of keeping your team at a professional distance.
With Christmas just a day away, don't forget to give a big 'THANK YOU' to the VIPs in your life.
Fourteen-year-old entrepreneur Carter Kostler is hoping his fruit-infused water bottle will be his ticket to entrepreneurial success.
When asking anyone to help fund your startup, you'll at least need a business plan first. Here's what it should include.
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