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    1. 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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    2. 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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    3. 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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    4. 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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    5. 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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    6. This Bullied Teen and His Entrepreneurship Success Story

      This Bullied Teen and His Entrepreneurship Success Story

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from Entrepreneur and thought that we would share it. It's by Kim Lachance Kandrow and she features the bullied, dyslexic, 16-year-old Ollie Forsyth who fought back by becoming a successful entrepreneur.

      It shares some really fascinating ideas from the young entrepreneur. This one was particularly inspiring:

      Ollie also suggests that all kids, especially teen entrepreneurs, talk about their hopes, dreams and challenges with successful adults they trust and admire. If you don’t have access to a mentor -- aside from his parents, Ollie didn’t when first started out -- connect with a mentor through ...

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    7. 8 Steps to Success in the Amazon Business Landscape

      8 Steps to Success in the Amazon Business Landscape

      Thought I'd share this fascinating article from the Entrepreneur. It’s titled How to Massively Grow Your Amazon Business in 8 Steps.

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

      The biggest drawback to buying online is that you can’t touch and feel the product. Your images must make up for this and are the most important factor when it comes to conversions.

      Send your product to a professional photographer. Research other product photos to understand what you’re looking for, and share this with your photographer. Ask for square images that ...

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    8. Habits That Gears You Up for Success

      Habits That Gears You Up for Success

      Whether you're a freelancer or a private contractor, you're still going to have to craft and employ positive habits to ensure your online business' success and sustainability.

      Luckily, we came upon this fascinating piece that talks exactly about that. It's called 11 Simple Steps for Building Habits That Guarantee Success.

      In it, Katrina Ruth shares some really thought-provoking advice. Here's one of them:

      Self-care is often the first thing to go when you’re busy. But being successful takes a clear, focused, and healthy mind, which requires eating well, exercising regularly, meditating, and getting enough rest ...

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    9. Dropshipping Advice That'll Help you Succeed Sustainably

      Dropshipping Advice That'll Help you Succeed Sustainably

      Thinking of getting into the dropshipping business but don't know how to start? Luckily,, we came across this fascinating piece from Entrepreneur that helps us out with this. It’s titled 6 Steps to Building a Successful Online Drop Shipping Business.

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

      Even if you have a sizable budget that would allow you to hire a web design and development company to create a custom solution, it’s a much wiser move to use one of the plug-and-play options, especially in the beginning. Once you are established and the revenue ...

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    10. Why Sustainable Brands Sell More

      Why Sustainable Brands Sell More

      Have you noticed there's a growing number of sustainable brands popping up left and right? It's no accident as this article from Entrepreneur so eloquently explains it. It's called It's Official: Customers Prefer Sustainable Companies.

      It shares some thought-provoking insights about consumer buying trends recently. Here's one of the ideas in it that we thought was share-worthy:

      For years we have been saying consumers vote with their purchases. It's nice to see the world's most respected sales research and analytics company finally prove it and do so in terms that any company can ...

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    11. How to Build a Side Hustle While Still Employed

      How to Build a Side Hustle While Still Employed

      Found this piece from Entrepreneur and thought that it would be awesome to share. It's called How My Side Hustle Helped People Live Their Best Work Life.

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

      You have to start building, even if you wind up scrapping what you’ve made later on. In my last role as an executive in venture capital, I advised early stage tech founders. Nearly every company I worked with changed completely within 12 months, but they all needed to start somewhere. Buy a domain. Get an Instagram handle ...

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    12. You are Your Product's First Customer

      You are Your Product's First Customer

      Here's a fascinating article from the Entrepreneur. It's called Be Your Own Customer Before You Launch a Product.

      In it, guest writer Imran Tariq shares some insightful perspectives. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      After your company is up and running, it’s easy to forget your beginnings. Don’t lose perspective as you grow and scale. This doesn’t mean you can’t pivot, expand or redefine your customer base, but you can’t forget what helped you get started in the first place. 

      Have a look at the full article for more of the author ...

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    13. Young Founders

      Young Founders

      Thought we'd share these amazing stories from young entrepreneurs. It's called Meet 16 Teen Founders Who Are Building Big Businesses -- and Making Big Money.

      These teens have made it big with their acute sense for business opportunities. Here's an example:

      Nieves sold Swiss Miss for $1 a cup. When he sensed an opportunity for more substantial treats, he started searching online for the perfect cookie recipe. After three months of baking with his mom, Nieves bit into what he thought was the perfect chocolate chip cookie. The recipe was a hit. “That’s when we knew we ...

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    14. How to Make Great First Impression

      How to Make Great First Impression

      Being an intrapreneur starts from day 1. We thought that this article from Entrepreneur would help in establishing this coveted role. It's called How to Make an Impact at Your New Job.

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

      When starting a new job, it might sound logical that your manager or colleagues would show you the ropes and explain everything, but it's important to understand and adapt to as much as you can on your own. And fast. Take this seriously. No one at a busy company has too much time for ...

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    15. The Birth of Peer-to-Peer Marketing

      The Birth of Peer-to-Peer Marketing

      This article from Entrepreneur quite easily piqued my curiosity. It's called Peer-to-Peer Is the Next Wave of Influencer Marketing.

      It offers up some excellent nuggets of wisdom. This one, in particular, was very thought-provoking:

      Peer-to-peer (P2P) marketing is a method that involves customers engaging other customers through recommendations. A big component of word of mouth, P2P has long been used on college campuses. Social media, however, has made P2P into a business game, too.

      Check out the rest of this article from the website linked below…

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    16. The Importance of Knowing Your Customers

      The Importance of Knowing Your Customers

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Entrepreneur. It’s titled Do Brands Really Know Their Customers? Key Approaches to Successful Brand-Building.

      It offers some thought-provoking perspectives. Here’s one that we thought was interesting:

      Every customer need has a specific hierarchy to it, and brands which are able to provide services that fulfill every step of it are able to retain clients easily. The process begins with identifying a set of needs, creating a product that satisfies such needs or bundling it up with other products. 

      To find out more, take a look at the rest of ...

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    17. Raising Intrapreneurs

      Raising Intrapreneurs

      We came across this article from Entrepreneur.com. It's called Enterprising Children Need to Learn to See the World Differently.

      It shares some fascinating insights on raising kids to be more entrepreneurial and, therefore, intrapreneurial as well if they choose to do it within an existing organization. Here's one point that really got us thinking:

      Imagination is where all creativity begins. It’s the ability to take what is at hand and believe that, through out-of-the-box thinking, it can be something better. By encouraging imaginative thinking, kids learn to find unique solutions and explore fields that require more ...

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    18. Words to Eliminate from Your Vocabulary as a Leader

      Words to Eliminate from Your Vocabulary as a Leader

      We found this article on Entrepreneur and thought we'd share it here. It's called The 3 Words Every Leader Should Banish From His (Her) Vocabulary.

      It has some interesting points that's worth a look. Here's one of them:

      The word "but" serves to negate everything that comes before it and sets up a conversational competition. A good example of this occurred when a leader at Whole Foods, a company I worked with some years back, wanted to inspire his corporate team and said, “July and August were really great months, but we have two weeks left ...

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    19. Differentiating Yourself From the Competition

      Differentiating Yourself From the Competition

      We found this article from Entrepreneur Asia Pacific. It's called How to Set Yourself Apart From the Competition.

      It offers us some excellent tips on setting yourself apart. Here's one about transparency that we really thought interesting:

      So what does being transparent mean? It means being clear and open about your goals, motivations, and mission at the workplace. By being open about your achievements and hopes for the future, you’ll open up lines of communication that can create opportunities. Being transparent helps you work with people, not for or against them!

      For more tips like this that ...

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    20. Why You're Losing Customers

      Why You're Losing Customers

      Thought we would share this cool article from Entrepreneur. It's called 5 Reasons Why Your Business is Losing Customers.

      Guest writer Katie Lundin shares some of her perspectives here. This one's especially thought-provoking:

      Few things can sour a customer experience more quickly than poor customer service. To a customer, your support team is your business. 

      Get to read more of her article by clicking on the link below...

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    21. How to Speed Innovation Back Up Again

      How to Speed Innovation Back Up Again

      We stumbled upon this interesting article from Entrepreneur and thought that we should share it here. It's called Top 3 Reasons to Promote Intrapreneurship in Your Company.

      Brand strategist Shridhar Taparia, shares his fascinating views and insights here. Here's one of them:

      Once a company solidifies its position, the investors tend to turn much more conservative, while the management displays far lesser entrepreneurial spirit. The processes become inefficient under strictly defined corporate hierarchies and the result is a sense of complacency affecting the employees. Unfortunately, this often takes the form of the company losing out its market share ...

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    22. Tips to Help you Rise Through the Ranks

      Tips to Help you Rise Through the Ranks

      Here's an interesting article from Entrepreneur. It's called Want to Rise in the Workplace? Focus on Where You're the Most Uncomfortable

      It shares some insightful suggestions. Here's one that we thought was thought-provoking:

      What I have seen throughout my career is that people are unable to be objective with themselves, or maybe simply unwilling.

      But everyone has a blind spot; no one is alone in this. We have to keep looking for it -- in order to cultivate humility and succeed in business at the same time. And if you really can’t find your own blind ...

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    23. Why To-Do Lists Aren't Very Helpful

      Why To-Do Lists Aren't Very Helpful

      This thought-provoking article from Entrepreneur is something we thought we ought to share with you. It's called You'll Accomplish More Without a To-Do List.

      The founder of JotForm, Aytekin Tank shares his opinions on to-do lists. This one, we thought, is a particularly interesting insight:

      It seems logical to think that priorities will take care of themselves. After all, if something is important, we should get it done before tackling lesser tasks. But research shows that only 17 percent of the population can accurately estimate how much time an activity will require. The rest of us unknowingly engage ...

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    24. Different Ways to Make Money Online

      Different Ways to Make Money Online

      This is a shareworthy piece from Entrepreneur. It's called 8 Ways to Make Money Online Without Quitting Your Day Job.

      In it, website contributor, R.L. Adams shares his insights on different online money-making endeavours you can take without needing to quit your job. Here's an insight that really got our attention:

      For most, the goal is freedom. Financial freedom. Freedom from a job that they no longer love. They want the freedom to go where they want when they want, and with whom they want. Not to be subjected to reports on their every move and behavior ...

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