News and Articles About Myths
Have you employed the "myth-busting approach" yet? Here are four ways to do that.
If you're entering an entrepreneurial path, keep your expectations -- good and bad -- in check, regardless of what you hear.
Those born from 1981 to 1997 are the fastest-growing segment of entrepreneurs in our economy. But, who are they, really?
Business, like the rest of life, is filled with problems so complicated and unavoidable that we really, really want to believe there is a simple solution.
There are many good reasons to begin your entrepreneurial quest, just probably not the ones you are thinking of.
Sample myth: Venture capitalists are not trying to beat your door down to invest.
Dispelling these fallacies will help bring positive change to your company.
No, you don't have to have a college degree or sterling credit to get started in real estate investing.
Some entrepreneurs forget that they need an innovative business model along with an innovative solution to have a successful startup.
Don't believe the negative hype about sales and salespeople.
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Real leaders are too busy meeting their responsibilities to worry if they are "real'' leaders.
Keep doing your job if you want to tread water, but find your job-within-the-job if you want to really succeed.
Rarely do inventors and product creators possess the business skills necessary to launch a successful startup. That's why they need an effective parter.