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Mark Cuban: How I Became a Billionaire
One year on from Rana Plaza
The Life Of A Young Entrepreneur - Documentary
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Régis l'entrepreneur
Myanmar's new entrepreneurs
The Call of the Entrepreneur
Guy Kawasaki: The Top 10 Mistakes of Entrepreneurs
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Is Old Man Winter FINALLY Moving On?
Steve Jobs' Advice for Entrepreneurs
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Bill Ackman: Herbalife at Zero an Overnight Phenomenon
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Will to Live
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Les Brown: Discover the Entrepreneurial Mindset - Pt. 1/3
Man of Steal : Entrepreneurship Qtiyapa (ft. Deepak Dobriyal)
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The 8 Year Old Entrepreneur
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I am an Entrepreneur
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ANNOUNCEMENTS - Press Releases

14 Reasons to Give Your Employees a Raise

What was the determining factor that led to the last raise you gave to one of your employees? The following answers are provided by the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) is an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, YEC recently launched StartupCollective, a free virtual mentorship program that […]

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5 Ways That a Leader Might Be Hurting the Teams Motivation

  Motivation is a tricky thing. It’s hard to start and get motivated, and it’s hard to sustain that motivation. To really keep motivated, you need a long-term plan. But even a good long-term plan can be sabotaged if you act the wrong way. When leading a team, motivation is key. You already know they […]

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What If You Took The Leap to LIVE BIG?

What if….? It is a question that most young professionals ponder on a weekly and even daily basis. It is a question that far too often individuals will let sit on their conscience as it slowly manifests itself into a metaphorical ball and chain of excuses for not going out and experiencing the world as […]

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More Than Just a Title: Becoming a CEO

When I started my company, I became CEO by default. I had no idea what a CEO really did, but I was the one in charge, so the title fell to me. Needless to say, I wasn’t performing my duties well. Since then, I’ve learned that being the CEO doesn’t just mean signing checks and […]

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Not a People Person? Career Options for the Talented Introverts

  Are you one of those people who really enjoy their “me time?” Does the thought of having to be around a lot of people and socialize completely stress you out? Does it worry you that once you get a job you will constantly have to be interacting with people? Well, it is time for […]

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#EntrepreneurProblems: 6 Ways to Stay Healthy on the Road

  When I was younger, I always thought it would be so cool to be one of those career women who are always traveling from state to state for meetings, conferences, shows or any professional gatherings. Now that I’ve become one of those traveling career ladies, I still think it’s “cool” to see a lot […]

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10 Ways to Thwart Copycats on the Web

  If you use the internet for marketing, advertising, sharing information, and completing business transactions, you know how important it is to have fresh, original content to catch the attention of potential shoppers and to increase your site’s popularity status. You probably spend quite a bit of time creating original content and you want others […]

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Fuel The Desire To Win

It’s easy to talk to look back and laugh at the tough times after a big win. But what about the time before you win or lose? The unsure moments when the days of the week become one big day and time hurtles by as the desire to win grows stronger. Finding footing during this […]

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Why I Wrote A Check To The Nazis For ,000 (Trust Me, There’s a Good Reason)

Wow. Never thought I’d type THAT title into the subject line of this post. Today, my friends, I wanted to give you some quick insight into a last resort strategy you can enact to finally get yourself to take action when other methods have failed. It’s very simple: Punishment. I’ve had an annoying psychological […]

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How to Make the Best Decisions for Your Startup

I have unwittingly made some bad decisions in my 28 years on this earth, but every day I make better ones. Reflecting on this, it is clear that making the right calls, large and small, requires certain prerequisites and a thoughtful decision-making process. These considerations are especially important in a startup, where you will never […]

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Small Business Ideas For Women 2014 - Empowered Ezine Shares Some Great Opportunities

SAN DIEGO, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- More women than ever will be taking up the challenges of owning a business this year. However, not all the business opportunities that are available to them will necessarily be successful. This is why it is so important for new...

The most costly college financing mistakes: How to avoid them

There are ways to avoid the student debt trap. Some are straightforward, while others require some research.

Raising Money? Think Hard Before Your Business Takes The Plunge

Raising venture financing has become commonplace among startups. Tons of entrepreneurs takes this approach: create traction, raise money, step on the pedal to accelerate growth. But as we’ve seen in 37Signals’ bootstrapped community this isn’t the only way to build a business. Before devoting energy and resources into raising capital – and this is advice that I’ve heard from VCs themselves ...

How to build business credit separate from personal credit

Building a credit record for your small business that's separate from your personal credit is a gradual process. You can take steps to get started while the business grows

What's A Good Business To Start?

Learn the 3 criteria for choosing a good business to start.

Like banks, private lenders stick to their rules

We’ve written a lot about how traditional bank lending is restricted and how bank customers are turning to private sources. What does that actually mean to borrowers today? What can and can’t non-bank lenders do?

Netflix's Price Increase Is A Win-Win For Television Audiences

Yesterday, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings announced that due to the company’s recent higher than expected growth in the first quarter of this year, prices for subscribers will be increasing “later this quarter” ...

MONEY: Ask M&M — Checklist for starting a business

Dear M & M: Is there any sort of a checklist to start a new business?— Jack Dear Jack: As each business is unique there are always items for your particular business idea that won’t be on any list. However, the Arizona Commerce Authority has a pretty good checklist that will accomplish most of the steps to get you off on the right start.  From conception, to starting, to operating, to growing ...

Companies Built on Sharing Balk When It Comes to Regulators

In the sharing economy, safety issues, taxes and regulation have tended to be an afterthought. But now, regulators and officials are questioning the practices of start-ups like Airbnb and Uber.

Hanging a Shingle in Detroit

An urban area filled with empty buildings and an underused labor force offers some powerful advantages but it also has its challenges.

The Art of ‘Something From Nothing’

By producing and investing in a series of successful start-ups like Expedia, Zillow and Glassdoor, Richard Barton has managed to accomplish something few others have done.

How a Bicycle Maker Saw the Light, and Found Its Balance

By getting managerial help, a company’s young founders were able to turn their focus toward innovation — including the development of a glow-in-the-dark bike.

Brothers of Invention

In Mike Judge’s wry study of start-up culture, “Silicon Valley,” the process of discovering the next big thing is authentically dull.

How to Harm Investors

Proposed crowdfunding rules by the Securities and Exchange Commission need to be thoroughly reworked.

A Wealth of Ideas

Michael Walrath, the tech and night-life mogul, had made enough money by his early 30s to settle in. But he’s not the retiring type, and he has myriad projects to prove it.

Dealing With Online Reviews: ‘You Can’t Take This Personally’

The founder of a company that helps people and businesses control their online reputations recommends acknowledging errors.

With Start-Ups, Greeks Make Recovery Their Own Business

Some Greeks have stopped waiting for those in power to put the country back on its feet.

A Side Business as a Way to Gain Financial Security

A busy working mother uses knowledge gained from years of personal finance reporting to create money planners and a new source of income.




4 Secrets to Firing Your First Employee

Know the rules, provide evidence and conduct the termination in a thoughtful and caring manner.

Y Combinator Boosts Startup Payout, Keeps Equity the Same

Why? Bay Area rents are too damn high.

What Motivates Entrepreneurs to Do What They Do? (Infographic)

Running your own business is stressful, tiring and risky. So, why bother? A new survey reveals some surprising insights.

Customer Support Is as Easy as 1, 2, 3

Resource-constrained startups short on cash can implement a lean response strategy that turns consumers into advocates.

Think You're Ready to Launch? Answer These 8 Questions First.

Before you get too carried away with excitement, it’s important to slow down, take a deep breath and make sure that you’re actually ready to launch.

This Startup Aims to Be the Tesla of Mattresses

New York-based startup Casper is looking to bring some transparency -- as well as vertical integration -- to the billion mattress industry.

14 Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read in '14

Thousands of books offer business, leadership or startup advice, but we've narrowed down the options to some must-reads.

Don't Fall Prey to a Money-Laundering Scheme

Access to capital can pose a challenge ot many a new business. Make sure you obtain financing from legitimate sources.

The 3 Qualities of First-Wave Employees

The first hires for any startup are the most important. Here's what to look for.

How to Find the Best Office Space for Your Cleaning Service

If you're not sure where to locate your business, these tips can help you decide whether to start at home or rent commercial space.

Set the Most Competitive Prices for Your Cleaning Business

Follow these tips for determining a price that makes you a profit without gouging your customers.


GOD’S SOFTWARE FOR CHILDREN - Excerpt from the book "Its Mom" Sharon P. Carson -

Our children are given to us as gifts from God. They come to us like a newly manufactured computer with no installed software.

Parents are given the responsibility of installing the right programs in their children, and the most important program they need is not Microsoft Word but rather “The word of God”.

Parents should install this program in their children and pray that it will remain saved in the hard drives of their minds and spirits and that they will have enough memory to allow it to work throughout their lives because at some point parents will have to click RUN and let their children go.