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Tanner Simkins - Page 3
Entrepreneur Leadership Network Writer
Founder and CEO of Complete SET Agency
No one likes to hear excuses or to feel like things are outside of their control.
Okay fine, they're not exactly beachy. But every entrepreneur should read these books, and all the better if you do it while catching some rays.
Step one is investing in creative talent.
Nobody follows their passion more ardently or takes bigger risks than an artist.
Ever hear of cornhole? It's an example of a sports niche that streaming services can grab on to and that can draw an audience, sponsors and big-time revenue.
Coachella, Bonnaroo and Rolling Loud all illustrate an entrepreneurial vision in changing up the traditional music festival.
You would think college coaches would at least be on Instagram to help recruit players, but few bother.
The astounding popularity of Ric Flair is a textbook study in how to build and maintain a brand.
Sports are at the center of a vast array of businesses that use technology ingeniously to solve problems and boost their odds of success.
Palmer, the patriarch of modern golf, amassed a fortune through his entrepreneurial and marketing skills.
Innovative entrepreneurs are all habitual readers. You must read and learn to maximize success as a leader.
Entrepreneurs should use a critical eye and build off the best practices of Olympics organizers to enhance their business.