Sarah Haselkorn

Sarah Haselkorn

Entrepreneur and Investor; CTO, Unfettered Socks

Sarah is a recent graduate of Washington University in St. Louis where she studied systems engineering and entrepreneurship. During her junior year she opened Green Bean, an eco-healthy salad restaurant. She is now in the midst of launching her second business, a line of performance-focused men's business socks: Unfettered Socks. She was a finalist in the Entrepreneurs' Organization's Global Student Entrepreneur Awards in 2012. Find more about her on her website.

4 Steps to Ensure Your Business Meetings Aren't Total Flops
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4 Steps to Ensure Your Business Meetings Aren't Total Flops

After trying all the tips and tricks out there, I can up with the best way to ensure meetings are beneficial, not time wasters.
The Top Tools Entrepreneurs Can Use to Outsource Their Life
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The Top Tools Entrepreneurs Can Use to Outsource Their Life

It's important to understand that your time is most efficient when dedicated to your business, so outsourcing your life is where the real time-savers come in.
3 Simple Ways Ecommerce Startups Can Gain More Customers
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3 Simple Ways Ecommerce Startups Can Gain More Customers

Marketing efforts will always take time, especially early on as entrepreneurs figure out what tools and platforms work best for their brand, but these marketing hacks are a great start.
Building a Better Company Culture in 5 Steps
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Building a Better Company Culture in 5 Steps

Taking the time to map out how you can best apply these tips to form the best culture for your organization can prepare you for growth down the road.
How to Jumpstart Your Workweek
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How to Jumpstart Your Workweek

While Mondays may never be easy or enjoyable, these tips will help you maximize and prepare for a successful week.
How to Unplug and Return to the Grind Recharged
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How to Unplug and Return to the Grind Recharged

Her are some tips that will help you make the most of your vacation and return to your team completely recharged and refreshed.
Creating Credibility to Maximize the Growth of Your Retail Startup
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Creating Credibility to Maximize the Growth of Your Retail Startup

Whether you're running your company out of your dorm room or Skyping your partners in four different time zones, here are a few tricks to help the little guys compete against the big fish.
The 4 Must-Use Tools to Help Virtual Teams Remain Focused
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The 4 Must-Use Tools to Help Virtual Teams Remain Focused

As technology grows remote co-founders, employees and contractors are becoming more common. Here are a few tricks to keep the team on the same page.
A Foolproof Method to Achieving Targets
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A Foolproof Method to Achieving Targets

By investing a small amount of time in planning, we can all guarantee success for ourselves and for our ideas.
To Grow Your Customer Base Focus on EOA: Early, Often and Always
Customer Experience

To Grow Your Customer Base Focus on EOA: Early, Often and Always

When your company is small and new, it's the first customers to sign on who can make or break your business.
The 3 Functions You Should Consider Outsourcing
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The 3 Functions You Should Consider Outsourcing

Every business needs to perform their own cost-benefit analysis to determine whether to outsource, especially when dealing with large-scale operations.
How to Charge Ahead While in a Holding Pattern
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How to Charge Ahead While in a Holding Pattern

While waiting for something to get complete can feel like an eternity, it is important to make the most of that time.
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Controlling the Uncontrollable

When getting a startup off the ground, entrepreneurs have to rely on others. Here is how to overcome the challenges of depending on external partners.
Why I Pivoted My Fundraising Strategy
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Why I Pivoted My Fundraising Strategy

Hint: It's not because I ran out of money.
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Shutting Down to Starting Up: Being Hooked on Entrepreneurship

Even with past failures, entrepreneurs often continue to persevere on, looking for their next venture to jump into. For our series The Grind, one entrepreneur opens up about why she isn't ready to throw in the entrepreneurship towel.