Older entrepreneurs have experience on their side. As this article points out, moving from full-time employment to a startup in the “prime” of your life can can be a smooth transition if you keep in mind all that you have learned over the course of a seasoned career.
The dawn of the internet set up a whole new ballgame for marketing. You could email clients instead of, or in addition to, calling them. You could discover potential customers or vendors through a Google search. And now, thanks to social media, you can share business information and personal strategies across multiple platforms.
It’s very exciting. And at times very overwhelming.
Sure, marketing software has made it easier to reach one or more platforms as often as you like. You can create content and assign it […]
March is National Women’s History Month, and there’s no better time to celebrate the strides that businesswomen continue to make. This article in the Washington Post identifies the successes, but also points out that more can be done. (Scroll down to read the comprehensive article.)
How many times have you said that you don’t have time to exercise because you’re too busy working on your business? It’s a good excuse, really, to be so focused on growing your startup that you can’t step away for very long. But look at it another way: If you’re a solopreneur or an entrepreneur, in many ways you are the business. Your skills are needed to get things done. But — and here’s the kicker — if you’re not healthy, you won’t be around much to […]
From taking a walk to asking more questions, here are some tips to stimulate your imagination and your entrepreneurial spirit, thanks to blogger Kiera Abbamonte.