Getting enough sleep? Totally useful. Other so-called business hacks? Not so much. Here are 10 useless business hacks you can toss right out the window!
With the average age of a CEO at 58 years of age, it’s clear that baby boomers possess decades of lessons to pass along to up-and-coming entrepreneurs. But the instruction need not flow in only one direction. Here are just a few lessons older and younger generations can teach one another:
In the end, finding an industry to disrupt isn’t difficult. But it does require careful planning and research -- and above all else, doing things better, faster, and cheaper than what already exists.
Here are three questions to ask yourself before making the leap from employee to entrepreneur.
There is no more efficient avenue to learn, problem-solve, generate ideas or expand your network (and thus grow your revenue) than by clinching a great mentor. It’s like having a MBA, best friend, and publicity director all rolled into one fantastic package.
A lot of folks have the entrepreneurial spirit. Yet many never see it through because they don't know where to start. Here is a list of low-barrier to entry business ideas that can prove fruitful with the right plan.
At some point, you’re going to need guidance from an experienced professional if you want to avoid failure. Here are five tips for keeping and building relationships with mentors.
It takes time to adapt to and harness new technologies, and small businesses need to start planning for the future. As people navigate smart cities and their intriguing developments, what do small business entrepreneurs need to know to help grow their businesses?
As Millennials become the largest cohort of workers in the United States, small companies need to create new business models that support their needs. These five tips can help small businesses leverage the expectations and needs of new college grads to help grow and stabilize their small empires in the future.
To get the most out of your networking experience, small business owners should consider these five essential tips:
Most small businesses own written content (websites, promotional materials, a product such as a book or a song) or images such as a name, a logo, or a marketing tagline. These are all types of intellectual property, and it needs protecting to make it harder for others to steal your ideas or use them without your permission.