I hear lot of talk in the media about the “20 over 20” or the “30 over 30” years old that are taking names in the area of startups, but you don’t hear much about older folks who change their … Continue reading →
When it comes to entrepreneurs, the typical saying is that we get to choose which 80 hours a week we want to work. That’s a lot of hours, and a lot of effort. But with that can come stress. Or … Continue reading →
A young teenaged student named Ludwick Marishane invented a water-less bathing lotion — all because he didn’t feel like taking baths. Oh, and he was named the 2011 Global Student Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
This will be a trying time for me and my family in this next period of our lives. The story begins with my father’s prostate cancer, which he has had for over 15 years. Thankfully he has lived a long … Continue reading →
One of the facts that most entrepreneurs realize is we’re about solving people’s problems. A significant point in entrepreneurship is social entrepreneurship: Helping those with simple solutions that make a BIG impact on their lives. As I have mentioned before … Continue reading →
The ethics of being a startup entrepreneur is about doing good for both you and your customer. Sort of like a business doctor: Doing no harm to your customers with your products and services. One of the things about businesses … Continue reading →
As a budding entrepreneur and his Mac I look for stories of small businesses as encouragement and insights. Here’s one that will open your eyes to his business, but also big business. Enjoy it. Here’s where to get some of … Continue reading →