Startup life can easily dominate one's schedule, but, as some entrepreneurs forget, they aren't the only ones with schedules, responsibilities, and needs.
Whether they are romantic, professional, family, friends, staying in toxic relationships isn't worth it.
Earning a client's trust sometimes requires putting their long-term interests ahead of your own short term interests.
Here are the key ingredients to building a brand that has real staying power and can make a difference.
Quitting a Job
If you're launching out on your own, you're going to need as big and as safe a personal network as possible. Keep these tips in mind.
Spending your life with someone who is as just as passionate, or more so, about their business can be a challenge.
The scientific journey of a beloved but maligned dinosaur should make you feel better about your own path.
If you don't define it, how will you recognize it when it's happening for you?
A romantic partner who actively supports your career is the most under-utilized tool of the modern entrepreneur.
Social media is not a one-night stand; it takes time to build and continually nurture this relationship.
That case of the giggles is good for more than the obvious ab workout.
Surprise the people around you, in business and relationships. You might end up surprised yourself.
A book has inspired me to take a different approach with my co-founder. Sometimes, the simplest things make the biggest difference.
The best entrepreneurs seem to have an innate ability to connect with strangers.