Not every entrepreneur who builds a business from the ground up plans to “sell out” to venture capitalists and walk away. But once some of them see that long string of zeros at the bottom of a term sheet, they follow that route.
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The two discuss their own personal and professional goals for 2016, and they provide great insight into how you, as an entrepreneur, can set yourself up for success this year. Watch the episode below, and learn why you need to figuratively “show up and throw up” when making achievable goals this year.
Most of us spend some amount of time–sometimes a lot!–online. Instead of chasing after provocative headlines and weird old tricks, why not spend time on sites that will make you smarter in life, shrewder in business, and wiser in leadership?
Here are 30 of the best sites for professional and personal development. Learn as an individual or connect your team.
For 2016, I’ve made what I think is a game-changing resolution, which will ultimately help me to be a better entrepreneur. This year, I will outsource every business function that is not a personal strength or core competency. The idea doesn’t necessarily appear profound, but consider the implications with me.
A passion for entrepreneurship and a desire to help U.S. military veterans has inspired members of EO Houston to put together the second annual EO Houston Veterans Business Battle.
The business plan competition is open to any honorably discharged U.S. military veteran who submits a business plan through the event website, www.vetbizbattle.com. Finalists are invited to pitch their business ideas to a panel of investors for a chance at investment.