What inspires successful entrepreneurs? What words of wisdom guide their actions and thinking? Paul Thornton in his new book “Leadership – Off the Wall” looks at the quotes leaders and successful women entrepreneurs post on their office walls and keep on their desks.
While freedom of business ownership may be the motto of entrepreneurs, only a small percentage of entrepreneurs are truly free. Instead of running their businesses, they let their businesses run them. Learn some of the biggest mistakes entrepreneurs make that keep them running on the wheel.
Even though there is talk that things are turning around, 2010 is going to be tough for many. Learn how 10 extraordinary people overcame great adversity in their personal or professional lives by applying winning strategies that guided them out of the darkness of near-defeat and into the light of success.
If you are one of those potential entrepreneurs looking to start a business on the Web, below are the important questions you need to consider.
What are the first steps you need to take when starting a business? I have outlined some crucial steps that will help guide you in the right direction.
Are you prepared to run a business? This is the question that Linda J. Lord’s new book “The Pitch: Business Lessons Learned on the Soccer Field” explores. Making the decision to start a business is just the first step; the real test is how well you can run the business. Your level of preparedness – mentally, intellectually and emotionally — can spell the difference between the success and failure of your business.