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How Does Startup Superstar Katrina Lake Come Up With Such Awesome Ideas?
Apr29

How Does Startup Superstar Katrina Lake Come Up With Such Awesome Ideas?

Katrina Lake’s friends used to kiddingly call her CEO/janitor. Today, her willingness to get her hands dirty is paying off. She founded Stitch Fix to help women everywhere discover and explore their style through a truly client-focused shopping…

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Founder Tracey Wiedmeyer On The Dangers Of Complacency & Why Cash Is Always King
Mar04

Founder Tracey Wiedmeyer On The Dangers Of Complacency & Why Cash Is Always King

My heroes in life are my parents, not because they taught me how to be an entrepreneur or businessman, but because they taught me a work ethic that has allowed me to out-compete most anyone. Growing up in a proud middle class household where everything was earned has made me understand that it’s not where…

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10 Ways Entrepreneurs Deceive Themselves
Mar03

10 Ways Entrepreneurs Deceive Themselves

Oh, the lies that entrepreneurs tell themselves. Even when all signs point to the contrary, it can be very easy to make up excuses for why your business isn’t succeeding. Here are some of the worst lies that entrepreneurs tell themselves, and the (sometimes) hard truths – 1.The money will come eventually…

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[Startup People] Xenios Thrasyvoulou – Accidental Founder Of PeoplePerHour
Jan20

[Startup People] Xenios Thrasyvoulou – Accidental Founder Of PeoplePerHour

If you never give up you can never fail! Understand that success (aside from some lucky outlier cases) comes with perseverance, hard work, grit and simply never giving up. My entrepreneurial path has been very unorthodox and had a lot of down moments, much like a roller coaster. What kept me going is…

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Michael J. Parker’s On A Mission To Connect The Brightest Minds With The Best Tech
Jan16

Michael J. Parker’s On A Mission To Connect The Brightest Minds With The Best Tech

I remember my very first job. I was working for my uncle’s very small real estate firm and I was probably about 16 years old at the time. My uncle asked me to fix the printer for him, and I kept going back to him asking how exactly he wanted it fixed and where to put things. In retrospect, it was probably…

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