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Understand how transmission takes place and educate your workforce. Consider extra steps as needed.
To start and support your own business, youll have to put your career, personal finances and even your mental health at stake.
'I'm terrified of heights,' says 19-year-old Anna Bezuglova, 'but for Alphatise, Im willing to take the plunge.'
A new study finds that entrepreneurs who start companies while still employed at their day jobs are a third less likely to fail.
Don't ever bet a weak hand and never make a bet that you aren't willing to lose.
Those in the thick of business ownership understand that even considering all its rewards, entrepreneurship is a difficult and complicated path.
When the purchasing decision chain is full of doubters, these tips can help you woo more customers.
Starting and running your own business is one of the hardest things you can ever do. Make sure you're ready for the challenge.
Research shows that businesses of all sizes would be wise to include leadership from all walks of life.
Winning an audience and scoring new business have much in common. Here are seven lessons to take from the stage to the boardroom to add value to any team.
You have to navigate potentially dangerous terrain to reach your goals and build success.
Anyone who dares to call themselves an entrepreneur has to take on the big risk that comes along with it, and continue taking risks.
Accepting risks is a skill that can be learned. When you're ready to launch a venture, consider these five tips that have proven effective in the classroom.
Managing the risk properly is the challenge. Use the right intelligence to make your moves.
A strong equity position supports the notion that the owner is likely to protect the investment and repay borrowed funds.
No franchise is perfect, but some can come pretty close -- you just have to go in with your eyes open.
These quotes from five signers of the Declaration of Independence show their wisdom lives on.
An entrepreneurial type reads the signals and suddenly realizes it's time to make the leap and ready a launch.
Adopt a proactive approach to save your small business from physical danger and financial peril.
After recognizing an opportunity, you have to assess the costs, both financial and personal, to pursuing it.
He started his life in franchising at age 14, mopping floors at a Burger King. Today, Aziz Hashim owns 35 franchises and employs 700 people.
Eventually, you'll have to learn to trust your gut and live with the consequences. Here's how to get started with that mentality.
While entrepreneurs may think they have the next billion-dollar idea, they need to assess certain risk factors before bringing it to market. Otherwise, they will crash and burn.
Nothing ventured, nothing gained -- right? Get ready to face some risk with these inspiring calls to action.
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