Top Entrepreneurial News of the Day

  • Seth’s Blog: Monitoring Your Internal Monologue: How people make decisions can either be apparent to them or not. Seth Godin describes successful entrepreneurs who just know things, and those who actively search inside themselves to figure out why they made a decision.
  • Chile Wants to Borrow US Entrepreneurs for $40,000 – Maureen Farrell – Scaling Up | Forbes: The Chilean government would like 25 US entrepreneurs to come and set up shop in Chile. They will pay them US$40,000 for six months, and the entrepreneurs will be given a year-long visa if they decide to stay longer. What’s the catch? The Chilean government wants the entrepreneurs to attend local networking events. The incubator process in the long run could help Chile nurture it’s own entrepreneur community.
  • Lujiazui Breakfast: News and Views about China’s Stocks (Aug. 23) – Russell Flannery – China Wealth | Forbes: Even though the 2010 net profit for the first six months increased by 6.7 percent, foreign companies are still pressuring the Chinese government to improve their investment climate. In China, investors are worried about a double-dip recession. The Chinese government may tell real estate companies to bring idle land to the market, but the majority are hesitating.
  • 10 Awesome Tools for Business Owners and Startups | BusinessBlogs Hub: Online tools are available, but sometimes hard to find. These are 10 online resources that will help you do your work. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.Flowtown 7. 8. 9. 10. Call Recorder for Skype by Ecamm.

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