startup entrepreneur


5 Essential Things To Consider Before Starting A Business

  • November 22, 2013

At age 16, I started my first business. I was among the throngs of a community that gathered on muggy summer nights to cheer on the home team at our high school football games. Cheering means one thing: yelling. And yelling means that people will have tired, sore, dry throats. For the penny pinchers…


Inside The Mind Of A Startup Entrepreneur [Infographic]

  • July 17, 2013

Startups are fast paced, small, and ever-morphing. And, they’re almost always built around the idea of one or two founders. Transactional leaders excel in well established businesses where they work within a pre-established system. When they go to lunch, they complain about the management. Transformational…


Accepting Your Startup Roles Like Bill Murray Does His Characters

  • November 29, 2012

Being a startup entrepreneur requires playing many roles: cheerleader, manager, creative lead, networker, programmer – I could go on for an entire article. Some people wear each character comfortably, others only because they have to. If only playing each part were as interesting and natural as Bill Murray…