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10 Lessons Every Entrepreneur Should Learn About Their Business


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I co-founded a company 10 years ago, and in that decade we’ve closed seven M&As, expanded our operations, dramatically increased revenue and forged strategic partnerships. But of course this journey had its fair share of highs and lows. Here are 10 things I’ve learned that I think can be helpful to any entrepreneur. 

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Know when to say no to a deal

Early on, an investor offered $25 million to acquire ironSource, even upping the bid to $40 million two months later. We turned the offer down. When you’re in this position, it’s critical to deeply question yourself and to be brutally honest. I certainly was. If your goal is to create something and then move on to your next challenge once your business

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Home Business Entrepreneur as Entrepreneur: how to be successful




The Home Business Entrepreneur (HBE) does not usually hire employees. He or she prefer to work independently. However, they are often good at interpersonal interaction. Therefore, they understand and consider other people’s feelings, including those they have professional relationship with. The most suitable type of business for the HBE is a home-based business. In this business model, customers are either individual clients or other businesses. As a rule, the HBE likes to stick with established contacts rather than switching them often. To that end, he or she will try to maintain and develop their contacts.



The largest comfortable business magnitude for the Home Business Entrepreneur type: Small





Necessary Steps for Success in Your Business


As an HBE, self-motivation is essential for you. You are likely to doubt your venture’s success, and sometimes you might be intimidated

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We are looking for those entrepreneurs whose vision, creativity and integrity have made Fort Worth the premier place to do business. Fort Worth Inc.’s Entrepreneur of Excellence (EOE) Awards showcase and honor the contributions of exceptional entrepreneurs in several industry categories.

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Eligible candidates must:

  • Be the owner and/or founder of a private company based in the greater Fort Worth area
  • You must be active in the leadership of the company and in setting its strategic vision for the future.
  • Have annual sales of at least $2,000,000
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Champagne business entrepreneur shares why now is the time to pivot

From a young age, reading books was Kyla Kirkpatrick’s way to escape. She would always read widely – anything from the Encyclopaedia to the Bible would capture her attention.

After graduating with a Commerce and Arts Degree from Melbourne University, Kyla started her professional life in finance and banking, which included a role at the NASDAQ in London. But her story truly began in 2005 – the year Kyla found her passion, her religion, her calling.

“Most people find this hard to believe, but it wasn’t the idea of being able to legitimately drink Champagne for a living that first drew me to the industry,” she reflects. “It was the history and the incredible story of the region.”

“Champagne is this magic liquid that transports you back in time.”

Kyla explains that for some time, she believed that religion might be her avenue. However, she started to realise that what

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Veteran Entrepreneur | Helping Veteran and Non-Veteran Entreprenuers Start their own Business

Now that the New Year is quickly approaching, I wanted to share six simple strategies to help you to live the life of your dreams.  These strategies will help get you started quickly, and we’ll help you achieve momentum and the velocity needed to keep you moving forward.

If you have an idea of what you would like to do, whether writing a novel, getting healthy, developing an invention, starting a business, and etc., here is how to start:

  1. Write down your goal in detail. What will it look like? How you will it feel when it is completed? Use as much detail as possible; it doesn’t matter how impossible it may seem right now, just write it down.
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  3. Post what you want to do and the list to your bathroom mirror, refrigerator door, the steering wheel of
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Whether you are a startup or a mature company, we work to connect you with technical expertise, cutting-edge technology, incubation space, talent, mentoring, funding resources and networks to start or grow your business.

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Connect with our vast network of resources to move your efforts forward. Collaborate on R&D projects, access state-of-the-art equipment, leverage student talent or partner with world-class researchers to support the commercialization of your ideas and

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The 10 Best Entrepreneur Biographies of Millionaires (2020)

Two years ago, I wasn’t really a book reader. I should have been though. The stories of successful entrepreneurs are always worth hearing about. Especially if you’re an aspiring entrepreneur looking to become a success in the business world.

There are only so many short videos you can watch in order to learn more about them. And there comes a point where nothing beats a book written on their stories.

 

The 10 Best Entrepreneur Biographies

These books are filled with knowledge, and the complete story behind their success in becoming truly great entrepreneurs.

I’m ashamed to say that I haven’t yet read all of these entrepreneur biographies; but have heard nothing but great reviews on the ones I haven’t picked up and read just yet.

Many of the entrepreneurs in this list are successful billionaires, not just millionaires. But I thought I’d categorize the title as millionaires anyway.

These are

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SEEDS Hosts Resilient Regional Economies Program With Sustainable Business Entrepreneur Judy Wicks September 15 In Wayne County

The program had been scheduled for March 21, but was postponed due to coronavirus concerns.

An early pioneer of the farm-to-table and local economy movements, Wicks is nationally recognized for developing a blueprint for sustainable, local business practices. 

Wicks’ work continues to connect urban and rural communities, farmers with entrepreneurs, investors with borrowers, producers with consumers, and engage them in a collaborative effort to build just, resilient, and self-reliant regional economies throughout Pennsylvania.

“Judy brings an entrepreneur’s perspective of regional supply chains and local economy. Her restaurant was wildly successful because of its practices, which restaurant schools at the time considered to be all the ‘wrong things,’” said SEEDS Board Member Jack Barnett.  “From that success she learned the critical importance of investing in local businesses, of local businesses buying from other small businesses, and especially for agriculture and local food providers,”  

“I’m excited that she’ll be sharing this with

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