Jon Nastor

Jon Nastor

Founder of Hack the Entrepreneur

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5 Business Lessons Learned Playing in a Punk Rock Band

The endless hours of grueling, low-paid work typical of playing in a band is a lot like launching a business.

3 Questions You Must Answer to Overcome Your Fears

People who seem fearless have gained control over their thoughts and feelings toward their fears.

17 Essential Tools for Entrepreneurs

Powerful, low-cost technology is readily available to make starting and growing your business if not easy, at least possible.

7 Mindsets at the Foundation of Entrepreneurial Success

People don't succeed because they know more but because they are confident they can learn more.

You'll Never Be Paid So Much That You Will Love Your Meaningless Job

The necessity and challenge of paying the bills is great but work that we know is meaningless is another sort of poverty entirely.

Confidence Is Essential When You Really Don't Know What You Are Doing

Nobody has ever been as good at something the first time as they become the hundredth time. To start, you simply have to believe you can do it.

7 Ways Growing Your Startup Is Like Writing a Novel

It starts with an idea and, unless you're willing to work hard and risk falling on your face, that's all it will ever be.

6 Ways to Build a Rabid Following on Social Media

Whatever your industry, you're in the business of content marketing.

5 Simple Strategies for Beating Procrastination Once and for All

Being your own boss requires the discipline to start and finish work, even when nobody else cares if you don't.

Choose Your Own Adventure: How to Take Your Business to the Next Step

You may know exactly where you are today, but you don't, can't and shouldn't know where exactly you're headed tomorrow.

6 Unconventional Traits of Successful Entrepreneurs

Here, the weird, different and strange elements you wouldn't think are important but that you might want to cultivate.

Start a Podcast That Attracts Thousands of Listeners in Just 5 Simple Steps

It's not easy, and it takes a lot of work -- but there are huge benefits that can come from doing it right.

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