Be careful not to accidentally alienate a good opportunity just because you want to have a couple of drinks in a business setting.
Just remember that most person feel awkward striking up a conversation with a stranger and will appreciate that you took the initiative.
Showing value to an entrepreneur will show the entrepreneur how serious you are.
Daily habits won't help you succeed at anything, except maybe becoming a robot.
Sincere involvement with people is how you build your business without ever feeling isolated.
Occurring on May 20 at the Propeller Innovation Festival, entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to pitch the editors at Entrepreneur with the top 10 best pitches being featured on Entrepreneur.com.
Screw up your courage. Talk to that guy in the airport lounge. He may open doors for you in the future.
Dr. Ivan Misner, founder of Business Network International, tells you how to get over your fear of rejection in networking situations.
Two sisters are behind Babbler, which just raised more than $2 million and aims to better connect media and PR professionals with a social network-like platform.
Misner, founder of Business Network International, says you're only hurting your business if all you do is hangout with coworkers at networking events.
Bootstrapping is not the easy way out -- it can take longer than expected -- but it will be worth it.
These events do more than just motivate and inspire.
Ivan Misner, founder of Business Network International, explains how you should break down your business to lowest common denominators in presentations.
It's not just "what you know" and "who you know," but what you do about it, and it doesn't take a college graduate to mess up big time.