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How Entrepreneurs Think Differently and You Should Too
Starting a Business

How Entrepreneurs Think Differently and You Should Too

Execution is everything in entrepreneurship. But often your state of mind -- or perhaps more accurately, how you think -- will help determine what products or services you'll create and industries you'll disrupt.
Rebekah Iliff
How Bacon in Your Ice Cream and Peanut Butter on Your Pizza Can Mean Money in Your Pocket
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How Bacon in Your Ice Cream and Peanut Butter on Your Pizza Can Mean Money in Your Pocket

Getting creative and surprising about what your restaurant menu offers is one way to set yourself apart from the competition.
David Koji
The Secret to Israel's Startup Success
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The Secret to Israel's Startup Success

'Silicon Wadi,' the high-tech startup mecca in Israel offers valuable lessons about what it takes to start and run your own business. Here are three key takeaways.
Avishai Abrahami
4 Tests to Fail-Proof Your Business Idea
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4 Tests to Fail-Proof Your Business Idea

Before pumping every last dime and ounce of sweat into launching your business idea, test it out with these four strategies.
Stephen Key
Forget Advisors -- How to Find and Woo a Power Mentor
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Forget Advisors -- How to Find and Woo a Power Mentor

Power Mentors are super successful people who can offer startups a long-view perspective and wide network of contacts and resources. Here are some tips on how to find them.
Gwen Moran
Why Joining an Accelerator Isn't for Every Startup
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Why Joining an Accelerator Isn't for Every Startup

Co-founder of nonprofit Practice Makes Perfect dishes on what he wished he would have known before joining an accelerator.
Karim Abouelnaga
How to Capture a Trend-Setting Business Idea
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How to Capture a Trend-Setting Business Idea

Following trends can be dangerous, but if your business idea is ahead of the curve, you can expect success.
Brad Sugars
Coming in 2020: Cars That Drive Themselves
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Coming in 2020: Cars That Drive Themselves

Nissan recently announced that it plans to bring a self-driven car to market by 2020.
Philip LeBeau
How Unconventional Majors Can Help You Thrive in Entrepreneurship
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How Unconventional Majors Can Help You Thrive in Entrepreneurship

For aspiring young entrepreneurs, studying something as seemingly unrelated to business as fine art or anthropology might end up teaching you way more than you realize.
Lambeth Hochwald
Should I Create One or Two Websites for My Business?
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Should I Create One or Two Websites for My Business?

One product. Two target markets. How many websites should be created? Ask Entrepreneur's branding and marketing expert solves the equation and shows how one size can indeed fit all.
Karen Tiber Leland
A Foodie Startup Nixes Web for Brick-and-Mortar Shop
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A Foodie Startup Nixes Web for Brick-and-Mortar Shop

Freshfully started as a virtual marketplace for finding local food. When connecting buyers with their farm-fresh fare proved tricky, the Alabama startup shifted to a traditional street-side model.
Sarah Max
The Best States for Entrepreneurs
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The Best States for Entrepreneurs

We checked out the data and talked to the experts to find the best states that best cater to small business. Here, our look at the places that are going the distance for 'treps.
John Patrick Pullen
The Best Cities for Entrepreneurs
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The Best Cities for Entrepreneurs

We looked at the data and talked to the experts to find the best cities for small business. Here are five emerging entrepreneurial hubs.
John Patrick Pullen
Best Under the Radar Business Incubators
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Best Under the Radar Business Incubators

There are more than 1,250 incubators in the U.S. With help from the National Business Incubation Association, we picked four for their ability to stand out in states that aren't always regarded as small business friendly.
John Patrick Pullen
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