Founder and CEO, AudienceBloom
Whether you ultimately decide to be a poet, salesperson, scholar, chef or anything in between, entrepreneurship can give you the skills that will improve your chances of success.
The biggest dangers in entrepreneurship don't usually come from the conventional sources of stress.
Feeling down, disgruntled, disappointed? You may just need a vacation. Or you may need a whole new career. Here's how to tell.
Here are six tests you'll have to face to make the grade.
Setting a value for your time may seem unnecessary, or redundant, but it's a valuable decision-making tool.
"Go with your gut" is an appealing phrase. But, one problem: Those instincts of yours can run you wrong.
First, know that your introversion isn't a curse -- it's a strength, if you know how to use it.
Work From Home
If your dream is to work from home, and you don't know where to start, this list has something for you. Guaranteed.
With search engine optimization, you'll be paying for a service, not a product, so price has much more room for variance and fluctuation.
Some 96 percent of your visitors won't be ready to buy -- so what can you do to convince the rest and move the majority closer to a buying decision?
What you don't want to happen is "analysis paralysis."
Fortunately, it's not a diagnosable affliction, but it can make you take your business down the wrong path.
Social media is a powerful networking tool, so let your employees connect -- on your company's behalf.
Podcasts offer some super-practical tips on everything from starting a business to growing a social media campaign. Are you listening?
Facebook. Twitter. Online advertisers. The revolution has already begun.