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The 5 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Stop Doing

As a new entrepreneur, you can and should learn from the mistakes of others.

Sujan Patel

· 5 min read

3 Student Startups That Are Going the Distance

They've all managed to make the tricky jump from great idea to great company.

Jason Daley

· 9 min read

3 Personality Types That Can Make the Startup Rollercoaster a Bumpy Ride

From the thrill seekers to the onlookers, entrepreneurs need to pay attention to the different types of people looking to join their team. Here are three types to focus on.

Andy Miller

· 5 min read

Why I Would Choose the Startup Road All Over Again

While entrepreneurship can be challenging, it can also be extremely rewarding. For our series The Grind, a founder discusses why he is happy he chose to launch a startup – and why he'd do it all over again.

Karim Abouelnaga

· 4 min read

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You Have A Great Idea For A Product, So Now What?

Most entrepreneurs have lots of ideas but few of them are able to successfully execute that one idea that makes all the difference.

Thomas Oppong

· 4 min read

Before You Jump Into the World of Franchises, Ask Yourself These 5 Questions

Think proven concept, not big brand, when buying a franchise.

Rick Bisio

· 4 min read

Meet the eHarmony of Tutoring

If it works for dates, it should work for matching students with tutors.

Andrew Tilin

· 4 min read

Want to Start a PR Firm? Focus on These 4 Things First.

Expert Sabrina Horn talks about the importance of gaining customers, keeping them happy and having proper procedures in place during the first few years of launching a PR firm.

Sabrina Horn

· 4 min read

How to Brand Your Side Gig While Working a Full-Time Job

Often entrepreneurs begin their startup dreams working on a side project while also juggling a full-time job. Here are a few pointers about how can entrepreneurs talk about their new role without jeopardizing their current job.

Dorie Clark

· 4 min read

What I Learned in My First 365 Days as an Entrepreneur

The first year of a startup can be a brutal time for an entrepreneur. Here are a few lessons on how to survive the first 12 months.

Andy Pray

· 5 min read