When you become an entrepreneur and startup you’re always finding answers to problems or issues and not have to spend any money. Well, one of the issues surrounding your marketing is which fonts go well with one another? Sort of like which wine goes with what meat?
Here’s a list of 20 reasons why you don’t want to become a freelancer, artist, or an entrepreneur.
Try becoming a freelancer on the side to see if it works for you or not. It’s for some people, but if you don’t try it you’ll never know.
If you ever don’t have enough room, how about taking this idea from Hong Kong and applying to your space. This shapeshifting apartment is the brain child of an architect.
Where there is a problem, there is a solution.
Here’s a great list of what NOT to do as a CEO or business owner.
What’s the answer: It’s all about YOU!
That’s why CEOs fail.
It’s not about the customer or their problem any longer, it’s all about the CEO.
As a budding entrepreneur and startup I’m finding that Cameron Herold’s talk about kids in school being “forced” into a schools approach to work is killing the spirit of some kids.
Cameron Herold talk, “Let’s raise kids to be entrepreneurs,” goes into what should be done rather than handing out drugs to “calm kids” down.
As many alternative schools that there are you’d think that schools would begin seeing who their customers are, beginning entrepreneurs is another form of schooling.
What are your thoughts?
There’s always the opportunity of a startup and entrepreneur to see what is best and to emulate the best to keep up with your competition. But how does Harvard Business Review and Success Magazine do with their customer service?
In the blog post “Which is better: Harvard Business Review vs Success Magazine” you get a good idea which is the better from the customer’s perspective. And it’s not pretty, even though the content are both equally good.
And for one good last measure, Harvard Business Review costs $79 a year for their subscription and Success Magazine costs $24 a year.
Which one would you choose?
Here’s a link to the 10th Annual Business plan competition.
More than $100,000 in cash and in-kind awards will be provided to help the top 6 companies launch or grow their businesses.