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  • How Do You Grow and Sell a Successful Consulting Firm?

    This past month, Raj Aseervatham, published an important resource for consultants titled You're the Boss: Growing and Selling a Successful Consulting Firm. The book is segmented into nine distinct lessons charting the journey of a successful consulting firm—from inception to sale. I just re...

    Tags: consultants, entrepreneur, Raj Aseervatham, You're the Boss: Growing and Selling a Successful Consulting Firm

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  • Innovative Startup: Take The Initiative With Six Sigma

    Understanding the Challenges An innovative startup faces daunting challenged right out of the gate. According to a Forbes, 90% of all startups FAIL. Let that sink in for a moment. Nine out of ten startups will fail! That is a sobering fact for entrepreneurs when they are investing...

    Tags: Business, Leadership, Six Sigma, entrepreneur, innovative startup, six sigma strategies, small business

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  • Why Many Do Not Hit the Mark in Launching a Business

    Anyone who jump starts his or her new business faces the statistics of only two out of ten new businesses that survive after five years. How will a person overcome the gloomy prospect of success if he or she dares to hit the mark? If the statistics guide such start-up decisions, many could have f...

    Tags: Management & Leadership, entrepreneur, mentality, mindset, motivation, startup

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  • Four questions to think about before starting a business

    I’ve worked my fair share of jobs and I’ve felt differently about each one. Some I liked, some I tolerated, and some work I downright hated. One thing that’s been universal though is that I’ve never felt fully satisfied. It’s not that I didn’t like the work, it...

    Tags: Entrepreneurial Skills & Small Business Resources, How to Increase Productivity, Leadership, Motivational, Uncategorized, Work Life Balance Tips, business, entrepreneur, happiness, job satisfaction, social media, tools, work-life balance

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  • How to launch a product in seven days

    It’s 6am and the alarm goes off. Last night was fun, we were talking about saving the world — in our own modest way — and came up with some great ideas for creating a happier meeting facilitation approach that helps the team feel closer to each other, gain greater job satisfacti...


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  • When 45 Business Gurus Share Their Most Important Insights

    Last month, a very interesting book entitled The GuruBook: Insights from 45 Pioneering Entrepreneurs and Leaders on Business Strategy and Innovation, compiled by Jonathan Løw, was published. In it, 45 of the world’s leading entrepreneurs and leaders -- such as Salim Ismail (Singulari...

    Tags: business strategy, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, innovation, Jonathan Løw, Lean startup, The GuruBook, workplace culture

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  • College Entrepreneurs: How To Turn Your Everyday Activities Into A Business

    It all begins with a good idea. What will yours be? There is no doubt that the price for being successful is on the rise. Student debt can be a daunting thing to consider, especially when many college students find it difficult to find work in their area of discipline upon graduation. Many more d...

    Tags: How To Become An Entrepreneur, Motivational, becoming an entrepreneur, building a brand, college, entrepreneur, entrepreneurial skills, entrepreneurial tips, how to be an entrepreneur, how to become an entrepreneur, how to market, marketing, millennials, students

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  • Reducing the Risk of Innovation

    Innovation is never risk-free. That doesn’t mean you have to throw money away every time you want to try something new. Follow these tips to think more like an entrepreneur, and watch as your company begins to solve more problems more quickly. Continue reading → Original: http://www...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Entrepreneur

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  • Succeeding Through Intrapreneurship

    Imagine you opened shop right next to your own company with the intention of putting your current company out of business. How would you do it? What things would you change? Spoiler alert: someone is doing that as we speak. If you aren’t reinventing your own business someone else will. We ...

    Tags: Change Management, Entrepreneurship, Agile, CEO, Entrepreneur

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  • True Corporate Innovators Aren’t Who You Would Expect

    Corporate innovation managers have one of the most difficult but necessary challenges in any organisation: trying to disrupt the organisation from the inside. An entrepreneur’s natural style of working is nimble. They take risks and swerve bureaucracy. They have decision making rights about...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, change, Company Culture, corporate, Entrepreneur, environment, impact, internal support, Resilience

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