Matthew Toren

Matthew Toren

Serial Entrepreneur, Mentor and co-founder of YoungEntrepreneur.com

Matthew Toren is a serial entrepreneur, mentor, investor and co-founder of YoungEntrepreneur.com. He is co-author, with his brother Adam, of Kidpreneurs and Small Business, BIG Vision: Lessons on How to Dominate Your Market from Self-Made Entrepreneurs Who Did it Right (Wiley). He's based in Vancouver, B.C.

Give Yourself That Extra Kick With These Podcasts From the Likes of Tim Ferriss and Gary Vaynerchuk
Podcasts

Give Yourself That Extra Kick With These Podcasts From the Likes of Tim Ferriss and Gary Vaynerchuk

Here are seven audio motivators that will inspire grit, grind and hustle.
Crowdfunding Won't Work Unless You Prove Your Product Can Ease a Pain Point
Marketing Bootcamp

Crowdfunding Won't Work Unless You Prove Your Product Can Ease a Pain Point

If you work to connect with users on an emotional level and solve one (or more) of their problems, crowdfunding is the way to go.
Jump-Start Your Startup Process With Ingenious Apps Like Canva, Grasshopper and Slack
Marketing Bootcamp

Jump-Start Your Startup Process With Ingenious Apps Like Canva, Grasshopper and Slack

Ready to get a leg up on website design and turn your smartphone into a professional business line? Check out these seven essential apps.
3 YouTube Personalities Reveal the Secrets of Their Successes
YouTube

3 YouTube Personalities Reveal the Secrets of Their Successes

Jay Piecha, Sunny Lenarduzzi and the Eh Bee Family are founders of three unique YouTube channels with engaged, almost tribe-like audiences.
5 Things Ecommerce Customers Actually Want From Your Store
Ecommerce

5 Things Ecommerce Customers Actually Want From Your Store

The extensive data on e-tail purchase patterns doesn't lie.
6 Simple Ways to Accelerate Your Mental Performance
Entrepreneur Mindset

6 Simple Ways to Accelerate Your Mental Performance

Keep a fresh and fit mind with these six easy tips.
Lessons From 3 Lesser-Known Presidents
Presidents

Lessons From 3 Lesser-Known Presidents

What entrepreneurs can glean from William Harrison, Rutherford B. Hayes and William McKinley.
5 Life-Changing Tips to Stay Motivated Forever
Motivation

5 Life-Changing Tips to Stay Motivated Forever

Making even small adjustments to your workflow and nutrition intake will help maintain motivation and maximize productivity.
Stay Ahead of the Competition With These 6 Content-Marketing Trends
Marketing Bootcamp

Stay Ahead of the Competition With These 6 Content-Marketing Trends

Vibrant new marketing tools such as automation, complex niches and artificial intelligence will help your business lead the pack.
The 5 Elements of Storytelling Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know
Marketing Bootcamp

The 5 Elements of Storytelling Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know

Being able to clearly and concisely share your brand will engage clients and customers in a new way.
5 Ways Children Can Teach You How to Keep the Dream Alive
Inspiration

5 Ways Children Can Teach You How to Keep the Dream Alive

Here are lessons we can learn from the little ones to keep going no matter what in the pursuit of success.
How to Transform What You're 'Good at' into a Scalable Business
Starting a Business

How to Transform What You're 'Good at' into a Scalable Business

If side-hustling is one of your 2016 New Year's resolutions, here are five good questions to get you started.
Personal Improvement

5 Tips to Supercharge Action and Personal Improvement

Need some help getting motivated? Here are some expert tips to balance the right plan for better 'walk' and less talk.
6 Thoughts on Why Facing Your Fears Could Help You Achieve Massive Success
Fear

6 Thoughts on Why Facing Your Fears Could Help You Achieve Massive Success

Fire-breathing dragons are a good reason to be afraid. Business fears, maybe not so much.
3 Organizations That Seek to Make Today's Kids Tomorrow's Moguls
Kids

3 Organizations That Seek to Make Today's Kids Tomorrow's Moguls

Kids have heaps of energy, get excited about trying new things and frankly are too young to worry much about taking some risks. They can easily be developed into entrepreneurs.