Steve Eakin

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Founder of Startup Black Belt

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Don't Let Fear Keep You From Building That App

Stop focusing on the fact millions of apps are already for sale and start focusing on getting a piece of the billions in app sales every month.

If You Don't Have a Good Customer Avatar, You're Losing Money

How a simple customer avatar can help you focus your message and close more sales

This Entrepreneur Teaches Millennials How to Quit Their Jobs and Start Their Lives

Daniel DiPiazza's new book is a commonsense approach to the business of having a great life.

Your Startup Should Think About Security From the Beginning

What are you doing right now to make sure your hard work isn't taken down by some faceless hacker?

3 Simple 'Boss Routines' Will Keep You Sane and Focused

There are a few simple hacks that every successful exec uses to keep them sane, relaxed and focused.

No One Really Cares About Your Game-Changing App Idea

Unless you build something, you're all talk. Investors want a product, not an idea.

These 3 Million Dollar Apps Were Built By Non-Coders

Coding takes time to master, so you may be better off to hire a freelancer to handle the heavy lifting.

Making Excuses Hurts Your Business More Than Taxes and Politicians

The less you complain about what you can't change, the more focus you have for what you can do something about.

Failing Quickly Is the Secret to Succeeding Sooner

How minimum viable product development puts you in the fast lane to success.

6 Steps To Hire the Best Developers In the World

Follow these simple guidelines to finding the right engineer who can do everything you need.

Don't Be Afraid to Burn Bridges That Lead You Back to Nowhere

If there is something holding you back or keeping you down, grab the matches and burn that bridge.

That 9-to-5 Job You Hate Isn't As Safe As You Think

You won't regret spending your "free'' time growing your side project into a viable way to make a living.

What It's Really Like To Get Fired

How my rise to the top of the corporate world came down crashing and burning.