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7 signs that it’s time to become a business owner

By Melanie Luff Being happy in your job is a universal aspiration, and people usually accept there will be ups and downs along the way. However, if you start to notice too many downs, or perhaps feel that the highs still leave you wanting something more, then maybe it’s time you thought about moving into […]

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Small business and entrepreneurship: Where do you stand?

There are areas where small business and entrepreneurship cross over, but there are other areas where they diverge. If you are going into business for yourself, or if you already own a small business, it’s important to know where you stand on this topic. Put simply, virtually every entrepreneur starts as a small business owner. […]

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This week in small business: Gangster, supermodel, and startups

We are chock-full of entrepreneurial wisdom and inspiration this week. Supermodel Kathy Ireland checks in with her story, we go on a journey with a former gang member, and there’s even advice for Millennials who have entrepreneurial dreams but are burdened by student loan debt. Entrepreneurship, startups, and innovation Small business owners can learn a […]

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This week in small business: Are you addicted to entrepreneurship?

Discover how entrepreneurship is an addiction, content marketing is more than writing, and why women-owned businesses are on the rise. – these, and more (even a movie review!), in this week’s collection of curated content. Entrepreneurship, startups, and innovation Grant Cardone says that great entrepreneurs are addicts. See if you agree. Have you heard of the […]

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This week in small business: Future entrepreneurs, 10% entrepreneurs, and Donald Trump…

It looks like a lot of people are thinking about entrepreneurship right now. I’m especially heartened by the fact that some of them are working on ways to teach our youth about being a successful entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship, startups, and innovation One tech entrepreneur sees coding as a way for underprivileged young men and women to […]

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This week in small business: Hot chili peppers, Shark Tank, automation tools, and more

In this week’s collection of curated content, you’ll a look at a chili pepper “empire,” see how to break through that stubborn SEO wall, and get a lot of information to help you automate your small business marketing. And that’s just for starters. Leadership, management, and productivity The difficulty of finding talent has been a […]

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My ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ Nomination (Part 2)

By Cliff Ennico Entrepreneurs are today’s American heroes, and that’s a good thing. But too many people have an unrealistic picture in their heads of how things are going to go. They think that being a successful entrepreneur means they will be universally loved and rewarded, both financially and psychologically, and that everything will go […]

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Training College Students for Entrepreneurial Success

By Cliff Ennico I was recently tapped to be one of several “Entrepreneurs in Residence” who are joining forces to develop a Student Entrepreneur Center at the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut. The Center is a first-of-its-kind program, designed to instill the spirit of entrepreneurship in all of the University’s students, undergraduate and postgraduate, regardless […]

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Lessons from a Linebacker: There Are No Participation Awards in the Real World

Steelers linebacker James Harrison created a small social media firestorm when he posted that he wouldn’t let his sons accept trophies for merely participating in sports. In fact, when he found out that they had participation awards, he had them sent back. The intimidating linebacker (jhharrison92) posted a photo of two participation trophies on Instagram […]

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This Week in Small Business: Executive Extinction, Instagram and Hacking Your Way to Success

We look to the future of the C-Suite in this week’s roundup of the top business articles posted on the Internet. But we also have our eyes on the present with plenty of marketing and tax tips you can use in your small business today. Entrepreneurship, startups and innovation Will CIOs, CMOs and CFOs go […]

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