Pain points

3 Ways to Discover a Business Idea That Works

A business idea doesn't have to blow people's minds, but it can't make their eyes glaze over, either. Here are three ways to find your entrepreneurial sweet spot.

Rashan Dixon

Validate Your Startup Idea by Doing the Things That Don't Scale

Scaling happens when you roll up your sleeves and get hands-on with solving real problems and selling quickly before hiring in response to demand.

Abdo Riani

The 3 Questions You Must Answer to Make Your Brand Stand Out

In today's competitive markets, brands need to stand out to avoid a price war and a race to the bottom. Your uniqueness is there; you just have to find it. Here's how.

Lenny Johnson

Steven Jobs's Wisdom Lives On

Here is what a crypto PR specialist learned from the most iconic American entrepreneur of our time.

What Every Startup Must Do to Get Investor Ready

Raising capital isn't easy, but luckily you can make all the right things ahead of time to be good to go when opportunity knocks. Fortune favors the prepared founder.

Ryan Himmel

How 2 Entrepreneurs Turned Their Side Hustles Into Multi-Million Dollar Startups

You have to work in an industry a while to identify the really big pain point there that will become your million-dollar opportunity.

In Sales, Silence Is Golden

The magic to selling is learning your client's actual pain points. You do that by listening more than you talk.

George Deeb

5 Ways to Ease New-Client Onboarding

First impressions mean everything. Make sure you set the right tone to encourage continued conversations and find solutions together.

Implementing Key Drivers of Growth for Entrepreneur

A few essential qualities of a successful entrepreneur are: a sense of purpose – a visionary, data driven, hard-working and diligent – a man of detai

Paresh Rajde

Why Every Smart Decision Comes Only After an Evaluation of Customer Needs

Companies are likely doomed if they commit to creating products they think their customers need, without actually stopping to verify if that's true.

Firas Kittaneh