The life of an entrepreneur is unpredictable. There will be ups, there will be downs. While you can’t always control what happens, you can choose how you respond.
Before embarking on your entrepreneurial journey, check out this handy graphic.
Nothing is better than meaningful success, and nothing is worse than regret.
Let’s be honest: Nobody looks forward to failing. Yet, there’s no better teacher, or path to success.
This is usually because of a few common misconceptions.
An entrepreneurial mindset is the foundation of any existing or aspiring entrepreneur. Yet, it’s often limited to the sphere of business or considered superfluous by the established entrepreneur.
Take pride in your work. But it is not all there is.
It flies in the face of everything we’re told, but the reality is that passion without purpose (and something others are willing to pay for) just leads to poverty.
If you think starting a business is only about financing a good idea, you have a lot to learn the hard way.
If you can relate to many of these signs, it's time to rethink your 9 to 5.
Let’s take a look at some of the slightly peculiar traits most entrepreneurs possess.
Do you have what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur? Cultivate these traits to become a great achiever.
Live your life – your way.
Below are 4 myths about remote freelance workers and the realities that debunk them.
No says Darlene Menzies – but we have some lessons to learn.
Anyone who has ever thrown their hat into the entrepreneurial ring knows just what a gamble it can be. The failure statistics are scary, but what is the solution?
While the world’s great entrepreneurs may appear to be unique and their realms of innovation worlds apart, they actually share entrepreneur characteristics, and so might you. Do you think you’ve got the characteristics of an entrepreneur? Read on to see what they are.
The techniques are known, but no one can make you use them. Here, root through the toolbox once more and rekindle the need to become great.
Successful people look for what they do that isn't working so they change it.
Sometimes what's stopping you is you: Telling the difference between caution and fear, between addressing risks and making them up.