stress and starting a business

How to Manage the Stress of Starting and Running Your Own Business

by Scott Huntington

Throughout your career as an entrepreneur, you’re going to need to prioritize healthy stress management. By tackling that part of your well-being, you’re increasing the chances of being able to thrive under pressure. Here are some principles and tips to keep in mind. Read more »

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The 4 Corners of a Storm-Proof Startup Strategy

by Alan Yong

Any number of factors can turn a promising venture upside down. The trick is to construct your business on a solid foundation, so whatever the weather brings, you can withstand it. Here's how to do just that. Read more »


Developing a Hiring Strategy From Day One

by Sophia Conti

Employees are a company’s most important asset, so establishing a hiring strategy from the very beginning will help ensure your business’s success. Rather than rushing when it’s time to hire your first employee, begin this process at the start of your business venture.   Read more »

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No College Degree? No Problem—Integrity Is Key to Business Success

by Donald Lee Sheppard

A college degree isn't a requirement for being a great entrepreneur. What is necessary? A sense of integrity, and the ability to treat people with respect. Here are the most important qualities you can bring to the table as a business leader. Read more »

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Hobby or Career? How to Decide

by Maria Cannon

If you have a talent, there is a great chance that someone out there is willing to pay for it. Still, making the switch from employee to entrepreneur requires a bit of planning. Here's how to figure out if you should make a career out of your hobby. Read more »

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How to Start a Business While You’re in College

by Ben Taylor

There’s no need to wait until your studies are over before you can begin your journey as an entrepreneur. What’s more, there are now far greater possibilities than were open to any of the legendary businesspeople that also launched their businesses while in college. Read more »

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What to Do If Your Accountant Makes an Error

by Brian Eckert

Paying an accounting professional can have benefits that far outweigh the added costs—but what happens if your accountant makes a mistake? If your accountant made a costly error and is unwilling to set things right, you should understand your legal rights and options. Read more »

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Your Startup Culture Can Transform You Into a Multi-Million Dollar Business

by Piyush Patel

Building a great culture isn’t just about creating a fun place to work—it’s about empowering the people you hire to take your company to new levels it could never hope to achieve with you as the bottleneck. Read more »

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7 Reasons to Create a One-Page Pitch Before You Plan [Updated for 2018]

by Noah Parsons

Writing a business plan? Do this first. Here's why you should create a one-page pitch to develop your business strategy before you write a detailed business plan. Read more »


10 Ways to Get Your Startup Moving

by Reuben Yonatan

If you are just beginning your journey into the world of business, you face more competition than startups in previous generations. However, you also have more opportunity. Here are 10 ways to get your startup moving in the right direction. Read more »


4 Pillars to Nailing Your Investor Pitch

by Uzair Khan

Sometimes investment pitches don’t work out because the businesses themselves aren’t as solid as they should be. The reason? They’re missing one of these four pillars needed to win investment. Read more »

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The Website Services Worth Paying For—From a Scrappy Entrepreneur

by Jessica Thiefels

When you pay for work to be done well, and right, the first time around, you’ll spend less later. While some things you can DIY, others you cannot. Here's how to choose what to do yourself, and what to outsource to a pro. Read more »


3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start a Business

by James Scott

Do you know the answers to these three questions? If so, there is an excellent chance that you are ready to start your own business. Read more »


4 Startup Funding Challenges and How to Overcome Them

by Vivek Patel

Funding is crucial for improving technology, hiring the right people, and launching a comprehensive marketing strategy to get a foothold in the market. However, sourcing enough money to start your new venture can be difficult. Here's how to overcome four common funding challenges faced by new startup businesses. Read more »


7 Ways to Grow Your SaaS Startup Faster

by Liudmila Ganzha

Every startup looks for ways to catapult a business to success. Here are some tips for accelerating growth for SaaS (software as a service) companies. Read more »

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Business Plan Writing Service

by Joseph Ferriolo

Many entrepreneurs realize that getting the help of a professional business plan writer can take their business concept from daydream to day job. Here's how to get the most out of hiring a professional. Read more »


Why I Abandoned My Business—Just Weeks After Making My First Sale

by Liam Smith

What happens when your new business is losing money? Here are the steps one entrepreneur took to lift the hood on his early-stage venture and turn things around. Read more »


Why You Can’t Succeed With a “Poor Me” Attitude

by Aljaz Fajmut

The wrong attitude creates indecision and hesitancy, and in the competitive world of business, this gives your rivals the edge. Here's why the "poor me" attitude can hurt your entrepreneurship plans. Read more »


10 Copywriting Strategies Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know

by Carmine Mastropierro

Copywriting can make or break your business. Good writing brings out emotions, answers questions, and leads users toward the sale. Here's how to strengthen your copywriting skill set. Read more »


Entrepreneurship for Superwomen

by Rose Marie Ray

How do you begin to become self-sufficient and use your innate abilities to build your own company? It takes a lot of hard work, dedication, education, and a willingness to focus on the long term. Read more »