Think you should know everything about your new company or business venture? The truth is, you probably never will, so instead, get comfortable with what you don’t know. Here’s what you stand to gain by admitting what you still have to figure out.
Many entrepreneurs choose to start their companies on the side and grow them slowly over time. But, there comes a point when having another job can be standing in the way of your success. Here’s how to know when it’s time to ditch the side gig.
If you work from home or run your own business, you know that it’s pretty great to be your own boss. But ironically, it’s also pretty tough to manage yourself. Here are four surefire tactics to be productive and stay on track.
Entrepreneurs, it’s time to declare that some of our behaviors are not just circumstantial or part of the experience, but bona fide bad habits. Here are three that entrepreneurs are particularly prone to, and how to kick them for good.
Getting started as an entrepreneur can be intimidating—especially with hyped-up language like “leap of faith” and “take the plunge.” But guess what? Entrepreneurship has a shallow end, and it’s perfectly fine to wade in there as long as you’d like. Here are five easy, small, and safe things you can do (starting this week! ) to stick a toe in the water.
As a new entrepreneur, it can be hard to evaluate your efforts—you no longer have a boss or an upcoming performance review to tell you how you’re doing. Here’s our advice on the best way to measure your success. (Hint: it’s not about last month’s sales!)
For entrepreneurs, the inclination to say yes to everything is understandable—but that doesn’t make it right, or even productive. If you’re a business owner—or an aspiring one—here’s why “no” can be the most important word in your vocabulary.
Ever thought about starting a business, but been afraid to take the plunge? It’s time to think again, says our entrepreneurship columnist Adelaide Lancaster. Here’s why the risk of entrepreneurship might not be risky at all.