Technologists Need to Team With an Entrepreneur

May 31

By Marty Zwilling In my experience, inventors and technologists aren’t interested or aren’t very good at building a business, and entrepreneurs aren’t usually good scientists. These people need to find each other, and can jointly make a great team for a new startup. Without the synergy, companies like Apple might never have gotten off the ground. Historically,...

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Artisanal Publishing: The Top 10 Reasons to Self-Publish (Infograph)

Feb 22

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Self-Learning: The New Master’s Degree [Infographic]

Jun 25

From Udemy: More and more people are starting to get tired of paying up to 50,000 dollars a year for a quality education. Employers are starting to stop caring about degrees. All they care about now is skills, skills, skills! After all, what’s the use of learning (and paying for) philosophy in college if all you want is to be a programmer? Fortunately for you,...

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How to Sell Your Startup’s Long-Term Vision

Jun 18

How to Sell Your Startup’s Long-Term Vision

Great article on selling the dream. Convincing others to help you pursue your goals is essential to your success as an entrepreneur. An inspiring long-term vision is one of the best ways to keep employees motivated to work hard toward those goals every day. Unlike a strategic business plan, a vision offers a broader picture of how your startup will affect change in...

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The Education of the Entrepreneur

Jun 14

The Education of the Entrepreneur

I love this post because it illustrates my early childhood as an “serial entrepreneur”. My first business was when I was either 6 or 8 selling fruit from my grandfather’s farm to local grocery stores. I’m obsessed. completely and totally. Every time I meet someone for the first time, or in conversations with friends, I always ask one...

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