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John Boitnott - Page 24
Entrepreneur Leadership Network VIP
Journalist, Digital Media Consultant and Investor
4 Options for Raising Capital From Friends, Investors or Even the Feds
Few entrepreneurs are self funded, all the rest need to jump through hoops and negotiate a web of rules.
4 Reasons Why Nobody Can Write Your Business Plan Better Than You
Consultants and editors can polish your plan but only you can infuse it with the passion that drives your dream.
Ask These 7 Questions to Get the Honest Feedback You Need
Friends and colleagues will be politely reluctant to tell you your product has problems, unless you ask in a way that makes it safe to be honest.
5 Lessons Golf Teaches About How to Succeed at Your Business
There is no such thing as a perfect round of golf, just like there has never been a business that went flawlessly from launch to profitability.
5 Ways to Build Jumpstarting Innovation Into Your Business
Innovation results from the ideas we have and the ideas we encourage other people to share.
3 Technologies You Want to Be Using Before Your Next Business Conference
Being unfamiliar with the latest tech is exactly the first impression you don't want to make.
7 Types of Insurance You Need to Protect Your Business
Starting your own business is taking a smart risk, operating without the right insurance is not.
5 New Year's Resolutions That Set Up Entrepreneurs for Disappointment
The best resolutions are those for which we can't blame anyone else if we don't keep them.
5 Behaviors You Need to Stop So Your Business Can Grow
An entrepreneur's business is a reflection of themselves. Sometimes, that's the problem.
7 Ways the Perfect Host Makes Guest Bloggers Feel Right at Home
Among the most effective strategies for keeping your site lively and fresh is inviting other bloggers to post. Mind you etiquette and you'll build your brand and your network.
Answer These 6 Questions Before Sinking Money Into Some Entrepreneur's Great Idea
Investing in a startup requires believing in the founder. Due diligence is as much a gut check as a fact check.