Weekly Tips Roundup

Copy Habits From the World's Most Successful Entrepreneurs: Your Weekly Tips Roundup

Data & Featured Lists Editor
3 min read

Take time-out from running the day-to-day of your business to fine-tune your entrepreneurial skills. If you're extremely time-starved, check out these weekly recaps to help you brush up on the latest tips and tricks from our network of startup gurus and experts. In this week's edition:

  • Every successful entrepreneur has something they do well. But Silicon Valley-based consultant Steve Tobak says highly driven people like Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg always do what they do best and do it often. 
  • Successful entrepreneurs also know how to balance their work-life schedules, including Biz Stone, the co-founder of Twitter.   
  • And Maria Contreras-Sweet, a seasoned entrepreneur and head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, suggests building a 'kitchen cabinet,' a collection of friends with varying expertise that you can check in with for advice and support.

Related: What's Angering Amazon?: Your Weekly News Roundup

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