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    1. Getting Your Business Ready to Scale

      Getting Your Business Ready to Scale

      Before you can scale your business, your business must be ready for the incoming changes. This article titled 6 Ways to Design Your Company to Scale from Entrepreneur shares just that.

      This particular idea is one of the more thought-provoking ones on the list:

      There are myriad reasons to hire global talent to help scale your business. Cost efficiency is one, but additionally, it’s easier than ever to hire developer teams to implement replicable systems as you scale. 

      Also, diversity on your team isn’t just an asset; it’s a must. Diversity makes your team stronger and more ...

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    2. Tips to Manage Your Time More Efficiently

      Tips to Manage Your Time More Efficiently

      Here's a really thought-provoking piece from the Entrepreneur. It's titled 24 Time Management Strategies to Be More Efficient

      There are some really interesting suggestions here. This one's particularly fascinating:

      Parkinson’s Law states that "work expands to fill the time available for its completion.” That means if there isn’t a deadline for a specific task, you’ll use up as much time as you want. If there is a time restraint, however, you’ll be more motivated to beat the clock.

      Setting time limits can also encourage you to get into a flow state of mind ...

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    3. Tips for First Time or Prospective Investors

      Tips for First Time or Prospective Investors

      There are very little barriers to entry in the investing business this article from Entrepreneur tells us. But it is, admittedly, a little intimidating to start.

      Luckily, Imran Tariq, the author of the article and founder of Webmetrix Group, has some fascinating insights for us. Here's a truly thought-provoking one:

      You are never too young and it’s never too early to start investing. In fact, the sooner you learn how to make your money work for you, the better. What all investors will tell you is to use time as your best asset, because a dollar today is ...

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    4. The Role of Growth Mindset in Sustaining Success

      The Role of Growth Mindset in Sustaining Success

      You may be the best at what you do already but being the best doesn't mean you're going to be that way until the end of time. It's a coveted position and someone else is definitely gunning for it as you rest on your laurels.

      In some cases, success can be the resistance you've been trying to break.

      This interesting article from Entrepreneur makes some really interesting points in this direction. Here's one way that we can keep levelling up:

      The compounding action of shared thinking with successful people moves your knowledge forward faster and ...

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    5. Manage Business Scheduling With This Seamless App

      Manage Business Scheduling With This Seamless App

      Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you'll find interesting and useful. If you purchase them, Entrepreneur may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners.

      For small businesses, scheduling appointments can be one of the most important aspects of growth. Unfortunately, managing schedules can also be an extremely tedious, complicated task.

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    6. Women Entrepreneurs From Shark Tank Share Their Knowledge From the Show

      Women Entrepreneurs From Shark Tank Share Their Knowledge From the Show

      Shark Tank has become a beacon of hope for people dreaming of getting into entrepreneurship. This piece by Yitzi Weiner shares some of the most prominent female alumni's learnings from the show.

      This one from Tiffany Krumins is particularly interesting:

      Overnight growth is not always a good thing. Without a team and set processes, this type of growth can be extremely difficult to manage. Cashflow can also be hard to manage if you aren’t prepared. I’ve known many brands that grew at a steady pace and are still very strong. They took much longer to become “successful ...

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    7. An Environment of Gratitude Helps Buy-In

      An Environment of Gratitude Helps Buy-In

      Having innovative new ideas might be nice but having more people buy-in to it so much more important. In this piece from Gideon Kimbrell, we get to learn about how an atmosphere of gratitude can do just that.

      Here's a short excerpt:

      Leaders who adopt a mindset of gratitude might be taken aback by the results. We’ve seen quite a few benefits from consciously and proactively prioritizing appreciation for our people. For one, there’s less stress in the office when people feel valued. By fostering an environment of connectivity and belonging, people are less on edge -- even ...

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    8. Get Success in Your Online Side Hustle By Achieving These 4 Essentials

      Get Success in Your Online Side Hustle By Achieving These 4 Essentials

      Are you thinking of working on an online side hustle? Take a look at this blog post from Entrepreneur before going all in.

      It's got a lot of fascinating perspectives. This one's the most thought-provoking:

      Just like any successful business, if you plan on making any money with your side hustle, then it will need to address consumer needs and wants. The more common the need, the more income you’ll be able to earn.

      Give the rest of this article a read to learn more...

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    9. From Leading Lady to Leading Entrepreneur

      From Leading Lady to Leading Entrepreneur

      From a leading lady on the silver screen to a leading entrepreneur in the sidelines of an innovative luxury fragrance company, Michell Pfeiffer's journey is uber fascinating.

      This piece from Entrepreneur Online magazine tells us all about it. Here's a short excerpt:

      Pfeiffer was discouraged but not deterred. If there’s one thing Hollywood teaches -- even to legends -- it’s how to deal with rejection. “You never can get too comfortable,” she says. “I don’t care how famous you become, or successful; you think your last job may be your last job. And so you learn to ...

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    10. Customer-Retention Strats to Help You This Year

      Customer-Retention Strats to Help You This Year

       Here are some fascinating ways to retain your customers from the Entrepreneur. It's a post called 5 Strategies to Keep Your Customers Long-Term in 2020.

      It's got some really interesting suggestions. Here's one of them:

      Your goal is to create customer relationships that deliver greater lifetime value. When current customers return throughout the year, you can ensure a higher sustained level of revenue by keeping them hooked. Additionally, you'll be able to focus on adding new customers that are seeking similar shopping experiences.

       To learn how to do this, give the rest of the article a ...

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    11. Sustainability Isn't Just a Buzzword

      Sustainability Isn't Just a Buzzword

      Entrepreneur published this to their site and we really thought it would make a fascinating read. It's called How to Make Sustainability More Than a Buzzword. 

      In it, the co-founder of Hosst, Peter Daisyme shares some perceptive insightsHere’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking: 

      Sustainability is driving tremendous business value, but whatever you do, don’t try to fake it. Customers are adept at spotting inauthenticity, and a misleading effort to market your company as sustainable will do more harm than good. To truly put this principle into practice, start reducing your impact.

      Have a look at the ...

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    12. The Importance of Adapting with The Times in Business

      The Importance of Adapting with The Times in Business

      Here's a compelling article from the Entrepreneur. It's called Why You Need to Learn to Adapt.

      In it, Timothy Sykes shares some interesting observations. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      Years ago, you might have sought out newspaper or magazine advertisements, or maybe a TV commercial. But as technology has evolved, many marketing methods have, too. These days, a better solution for a small business might be to invest in an SEO firm to optimize its website and develop a targeted social media plan.Z 

      Have a look at the complete article for more of Timothy Sykes ...

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    13. Forming Habits That Espouse Better Time Management

      Forming Habits That Espouse Better Time Management

      Discovered this fascinating video from Brian Tracy and it really piqued our interest. It’s called Healthy Habits for Better Time Management.

      In it, he makes some really helpful suggestions to help us manage our time more efficiently as freelancers and online business owners. Here’s one of them:

      Remember the Three D's of forming new habits: decision, discipline and determination. Use all three when approaching a new routine.

      To learn more, give the full video some love by clicking on the link...

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    14. Are You Brave Enough to Become a Social Entrepreneur?

      Are You Brave Enough to Become a Social Entrepreneur?

      Found this interesting article from the Entrepreneur. It's called What It Means To Be A Social Entrepreneur.

      It gives us an idea of what is required of a budding social entrepreneur. Here’s one that’s particularly intriguing:

      Like any other business, social entrepreneurs should leverage business techniques to ensure operational efficiency and ensure that financial needs are met, i.e. expenses such as salaries, etc. But the overriding driving force has to be passion with a societal focus.

      Have a look at the full article to learn more...

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    15. Nothing Can Cripple a Business More Than An Employee With a Bad Attitude: Here's How to Handle It

      Nothing Can Cripple a Business More Than An Employee With a Bad Attitude: Here's How to Handle It

      Here's a compelling article from Entrepreneur.com. It's called How to Handle Star Employees With Bad Attitudes.

      In it, six entrepreneurs share their insights. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      You replace them. Early on, admittedly, we tolerated productive employees who had bad attitudes, partly because the productivity was necessary to grow, and partly because we still felt that people were doing us a favor working for us, which is a common feeling founders have. But now we have zero tolerance. Productivity with a bad attitude is arguably worse than nonproductivity. The negativity is immeasurable and can ...

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    16. Keeping Your Money Maker Safe

      Keeping Your Money Maker Safe

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from Entrepreneur and thought that we would share it. It's called 5 Tips to Keep Your Website Secure in 2020.

      It offers us some interesting ideas. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Ultimately, it’s important that you treat your website as you would your office, because that’s exactly what it is: your virtual office on the internet. Keeping it secure is a must as you interact with customers, make sales and grow your business.

      Give the rest of this remarkable piece of writing a read for more information and context.

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    17. How to Build a Resilient Wholesale Distribution Business

      How to Build a Resilient Wholesale Distribution Business

      This article from The Business Insider caught our attention. The author calls it How to Start a Wholesale Distribution Business.

      It offers up some fascinating nuggets of wisdom. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Many entrepreneurs are finding success by picking up the golden crumbs that are left on the table by the national companies. As distribution has evolved from a local to a regional to a national business, the national companies [can't or don't want to] cost-effectively service certain types of customers. Often, small customers get left behind or are just not [profitable] for large distributors to serve ...

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    18. Achieving Success One Small Step at a Time

      Achieving Success One Small Step at a Time

      Discovered this interesting piece from Entrepreneur and it really piqued our interest. It’s called Success Isn't About Making One Big Decision, It's About Making a Million Small Decisions.

      It shares some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      The truth is, entrepreneurship is a constant balancing act of decision-making, risk management, and leadership. And the roadmap for founders isn’t much of a map at all. 

      Those that succeed are those that embrace this uncertainty and work to balance the wants and needs of all stakeholders involved – including themselves – well before the inevitable pivot point comes calling ...

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    19. How Podcasters Make Their Money

      How Podcasters Make Their Money

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from Entrepreneur and thought that we would share it. Jessica Rhodes is one of the resource people the website asked to share on an article titled 8 Ways Podcasters Can Profit From Their Shows.

      It offers us some really fascinating ideas. This one was particularly thought-provoking: 

      Many hosts want to interview A–listers on their shows, and there isn’t anything bad with that. Think about your business, though. Instead of chasing guests because of their status, be strategic and try to interview people who you may collaborate and actually do business with.

      Give the ...

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    20. Businesses that Young Cash Strapped Entrepreneurs Can Get in to With Minimal Capital Requirements

      Businesses that Young Cash Strapped Entrepreneurs Can Get in to With Minimal Capital Requirements

      Startup capital can be a difficult thing to come by as a young entrepreneur. Teenagers especially would probably find it difficult to secure a loan for their business ideas. Luckily, some businesses don't need much capital to start.

      If capital is your main barrier to starting your own business, this compelling article from Entrepreneur might just help you out. It's called 10 Ventures Young Entrepreneurs Can Start for Cheap or Free.

      In it, Murray Newlands shares some interesting options for young entrepreneurs looking for their next venture. Here’s one that’s particularly enticing:

      Instagram is one of ...

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    21. Strategies for Building a Financial Freedom By Building a Lifestyle Business

      Strategies for Building a Financial Freedom By Building a Lifestyle Business

      Here's a fascinating article from the Entrepreneur. It's called 4 Essential Tactics for Building a Lifestyle Business.

      In it, Kimanzi Constable shares some thoughtful perspectives. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      One of the best ways to create financial security is by setting and building multiple revenue streams and passive income into your lifestyle business. You can create as many as 21 revenue streams in a lifestyle business. These are offline and online. Selling products and services in multiple ways and formats will add serious revenue to your bottom line and protects you if one of them ...

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    22. How to Properly Execute Thought Leadership Marketing

      How to Properly Execute Thought Leadership Marketing

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from Entrepreneur. It’s titled 5 Dos and Don'ts of Thought Leadership Marketing.

      It offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      A single detailed, statistics-backed blog post will take you much farther than 10 vague, general ones. Instead of mass-producing articles to provide a constant stream of content, shift your focus and energy to creating thorough, comprehensive content that deals with a specific problem. This will drive traffic to your site and differentiate you from the thousands of similar sites on the internet.

      To find out ...

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    23. How Resolving a Frustration Turned This Guy Into a Multimillionaire Entrepreneur

      How Resolving a Frustration Turned This Guy Into a Multimillionaire Entrepreneur

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Entrepreneur online magazine. It’s titled How to Turn Frustration Into a Multimillion-Dollar Business Idea.

      It offers some stimulating ideas on entrepreneurship that's really gripping. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      I don’t believe you need to be starting companies or raising capital to be an ‘entrepreneur’. Being thoughtful about how and where you’re spending your time and what you’re yielding is textbook entrepreneurship – whether you’re launching a new brand or working within an existing one.

      To find out more about these ideas ...

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    24. The Low Down on Building Your Own Consulting Business

      The Low Down on Building Your Own Consulting Business

      Starting a consulting business seems like a dream-come-true. You get to tell people what to do and you get paid for doing so. In some ways, this is the ultimate lifestyle business that can help you gain more time for what matters to you.

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Entrepreneur on how to start your own consulting business. It’s aptly titled How to Start a Consulting Business.

      It offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      A consultant may be hired because of his or her expertise. This is where ...

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