What do you want for your life? I mean really, really want, without consideration for it being too ‘lofty’ of a goal or too ‘unattainable’? Many of us either compromise our goals because we feel like we need to prove something or take multiple steps before we can actually go after our REAL goal; when,
Robert Kinsler an entrepreneur, founder, and CEO. He is the man behind United Fray, whose mission is to make fun possible through sports leagues, events, fitness, and much more. Their motto is that “play has the power to transform lives, build communities, and create positive impact in the world.” Video Link: https://www.facebook.com/stayyoungry/videos/1296178483792269/ Questions Asked What
Alexander Mendeluk is an actor, public speaker, and entrepreneur. He helps heart-centered entrepreneurs create businesses and lives that help change the world. He is known for his company SpiritHoods which was featured on an episode of Shark Tank. Since selling SpiritHoods last year, he now runs an influencer and brand development agency, called The Disruptive.
Many entrepreneurs see themselves strictly as “idea” people rather than “money” people. Unfortunately, those entrepreneurs often end up going out of business. Yes, your ideas are your most important asset. Still, as an entrepreneur, you have a responsibility to acquire a basic fluency in the language of accounting. There’s really no other way to gauge
Parveen Panwar is the CEO at VIDAPTIV, an agency that helps brands engage users through actionable and interactive videos. His focus is online advertising and ad tech technology. He has created digital strategies for video branding campaigns and made them successful through distribution plans in the digital landscape. He has started the Activation Movement, created
A happy customer who tells his friends about the great service he experienced will bring repeat customers. It has been this way since the beginning of time since the very first deal was made. For years, that is how business was done. You build a reputation over time, little by little each year. Having other people
Your Google resume Page one search results are a snapshot of your business Think of these search results as your Google resume. Negative findings here can be devastating. Position yourself or your business well, however, and you will benefit greatly from it. How often do you conduct a Google search for your name or your
Author: Darrah Brunstein I’ve been called the “queen of networking” for longer than I can remember. At one point, I felt like this was, perhaps, an insult, since so many people think networking is a bad word. But I later realized that’s simply because too many people do it poorly, thus giving networking a bad name.
Author: Darrah Brunstein Over 90 days in 2015, I set out to contact one person daily, and ask how I could be a resource in some way, with no strings attached. Why? Because I love to connect people and resources. I believe deeply in the power of giving, without expectation of getting something in return. Here’s how my
Author: Darrah Brunstein I started my first business in 2009 during the heart of the recession after suffering three consecutive layoffs. But I quickly ran out of cash and had to seek a loan from a family member (which fortunately worked out, in that I paid it off and it didn’t damage our relationship). However, I’ve always been
Author: Darrah Brunstein Call it a personal quest, but it’s a mission of mine to help redefine the way people think about the word “networking.” Why? Because “networking” has become synonymous with selfishness, when at its root, I believe it’s about selflessness. I founded an organization in 2011 called Network Under 40 to help young
Often, we’ll glamorize the life an entrepreneur, but what we don’t do often enough is talk about the challenges — physical, mental, emotional and psychological — intimately intertwined with this lifestyle. I recently met Robby Berthume, CEO of Winston-Salem based Bull & Beard (which matches brands with agencies) and author of the upcoming Millennial Entrepreneur, and after hearing his story, thought
We all have our own version of hometown heroes. As an entrepreneur, based in Atlanta, I could name as some of mine several local entrepreneurs blazing a trail for the rest of us — with both their company’s financial success and their leadership. One such entrepreneur is Kyle Porter, CEO of SalesLoft, which helps salespeople increase
Brad Yasar is an entrepreneur, investor, mentor, and advisor. He is the founder of KrowdMentor, which is a strategic crowdfunding advisory firm empowering entrepreneurs to reach their funding and liquidity goals. Questions Asked: How has #equitycrowdfunding done since title III/jobs act launched? (4:46) What are the best elements for a business pitch document when presenting
Founder disputes are one of the top reasons why startups fail. It has been written about, reported on, and even made into an infographic. Co-founding a startup is like getting married. You go from spending some time together, to spending all your time together, in a small space, and sharing your finances. On top of that, creating a business
If you haven’t read the original post, check it out here. The Spark Notes are, I’m going 40 days and nights without consuming processed sugars and I’m going to document the results with weekly articles. This is week 1! Day 1 without sugar 3/1/2017: I made it through without any real struggle at all. I didn’t
After working with hundreds of customers and colleagues over several years, I’m baffled by what so many of them are hiding. On the surface, they may possess a beautiful website or app, consider themselves quite tech savvy, or they could even be making millions of dollars…. but when I take a look at their technology
A lot of people have great ideas but don’t capture them properly. I am here to teach you how to hack the brainstorm and idea creating process. If you have trouble brainstorming and setting the mood for a proper brainstorm session this article is the ultimate hack for this process. #1 Carry a Notebook.
1. Understanding your different employees perspectives. By attending conferences focused on different aspects of your business (from online marketing to user experience), you’d be able to understand not only how your employees work and their perspective even better, but more ways you can help improve their workflow. 2. Scoping who you just might need to
All businesses, especially startups, are constantly looking for ways to improve. Whether they’re refining established processes or innovating brand new products and services, everyone is looking to improve. Here are a few things that you can implement to improve your workings from the inside. Collect feedback from everyone. While customer feedback is important, it’s only
If you’re a freelancer, you may be finding it difficult to juggle all of these different projects at once. It’s important to note that most jobs will only pay out when the final product is submitted, which means that poor productivity can be devastating to your schedule and income. Here are some tips that you
A quick search on “What’s the percentage of Millennials starting companies?” brings a slew of results ranging from “62% have considered starting their own business” to Bloomberg’s wet-blanket advice of “Millennials, you can’t afford a startup; it’s time to get a job!” That’s the full spectrum between idealist energy and conservative cynicism. Where should you
WE ARE WHAT WE REPEATEDLY DO. EXCELLENCE, THEN, IS NOT AN ACT, BUT A HABIT. Aristotle Whether you’ve heard it before or not, there is most definitely a correlation and if you don’t believe me, I challenge you to try it. Your life demands certain levels of organization. Think about your office. Why do you