Entrepreneurs

7 Meaningful Ways Your Business Can Honor Memorial Day

Memorial Day sales are an annual tradition at this point, but it's important to remember what the holiday is truly supposed to commemorate.

Kara McIntyre

Start an Online Course Side Hustle with This Platform

OnlineCourseHost makes it easy to build and promote your online courses.

3 Tips For Heating Up Cold Calls

Wouldn't it feel great to walk into a room of potential customers who already have a favorable impression of you and what you offer? Take a look at a few steps for turning a cold call into a hot one.

Krista Mashore

How to Identify the Pain Points That Make Customers Decide What They're Going to Buy

To know your prospects' emotional buying decisions and their pain points is to know success.

How to Raise Entrepreneurial Minded Kids

You can start encouraging your children to be entrepreneurial minded now.

John Rampton

"I Am Not a Diversity Quota," Says the Founder Disrupting the Dessert Category

Here are three lessons Najwa Khan has learned in building her better-for-you brand.

Mita Mallick

Infinitely Growing Your Business With Gratitude

Reaching deadlock in your business can happen to the best of us. You are but one person, and turning your start up into a thriving hub of commerce can feel completely overwhelming. Here's the good news: There's a hack for that!

Daniel Mangena

Why You Need To Change Your Perspective on Failure

Making mistakes is just another step in achieving your goals. We need to change our perspective on failure.

Tyler King

It's Not Your Fault: We've Been Taught to Be Expert Procrastinators

While it's true that your cycle of procrastination isn't entirely your fault, it's also true that it will be your fault if you don't decide you want things to be different.

Mikey Lucas

Baseball and Business Need Metrics to Hit a Home Run

A similar focus on metrics can help both industries assess how to win the game.

Kedma Ough, MBA

Feeling Burned Out? Maybe You're Not Being Selfish Enough With Your Time

Feeling burned out isn't just for founders who work absurdly long hours. It can also happen to other company leaders and managers whose attention and energy get pulled in every direction.

John Boitnott