Founder-led companies versus “Professional CEOs”

When startup entrepreneurs go for “funding” of their business, product, or service, there’s a general idea that founder-led companies might not be “up to the task” as “professional CEOs.” Well, the data is in and the answer is: Founder-led CEOs … Continue reading →

Social Media, it’s in the numbers

When you become a startup entrepreneur you move from “idea” to “what’s your numbers” to find out where you are in your life and business goals. Here’s a great link by KBJOnline (she’s a Mac fan girl to boot đŸ™‚ … Continue reading →

Low job prospects presses individuals into entrepreneurship

Is this the new economy reality? Read this article post from Impact Labs entitled Jobs of the Future Will Not Support Basic Standard of Living in U.S., it’ll make you think. As the economy limps along and long term prospects … Continue reading →

Entrepreneurs are money thrifty, not spendthrift nor miserly

When it comes to startup entrepreneurs, most work at keeping their costs down in order to make their finances last. But most entrepreneurs have a different mindset than those that work at jobs, or even some business owners that still … Continue reading →

Funding a Startup: Angel Investors, Venture Capitalists and the like

Getting money to fund a startup takes guts. Guts to begin a startup and guts to find money to fund your startup. There is a difference between funding a dog sitting business, which could mean less than $500 versus finding … Continue reading →