Entrepreneurship

    • 4 Creative Models for Finding the Right Niche for Your Online Business

      If you want your marketing to work, you have to focus. You have to understand who your message is for, then speak to that person. And you have to craft your offers to serve that person. Present options that appeal to her, that are in line with what she’s willing to spend, and that will benefit her in ways she cares about. In other words … you need to specialize.

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    • 5 Ways to Embrace the Uncertain Path of a Heroic Entrepreneur

      Humanity has lived through many uncertain periods in our collective history. Economic instability, institutional racism, war, famine, environmental disasters, slavery, abject poverty, disease, physical and mental abuse — we’ve seen it all, and we’re still here to tell the tale. We’re a resilient bunch, it turns out.

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  • What Sports Teams Do Better Than Businesses

    … This article was originally published on Robert Glazer’s personal blog FridayFwd.com. Over the past few years, I have heard many different leadership speakers reference examples of sports teams operating more efficiently than businesses. This got me thinking about how these teams do it better and what lessons they can teach us. After giving…

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  • Crafting Your Startup’s Unique Value Proposition

    … I talked about MVP’s last time and this week, I’ll be talking about UVP, which is basically your Unique Value Proposition. You can also call it USP. Guess what the S stands for. You might be wondering why your startup will need a UVP. Thing is, you need it right from the start. What is an UVP you might ask? It’s exactly what it is. You need…

    Dennis Seymour/ Den's Blog- 6 readers -
  • Tim Ferriss on Finding and Focusing On What Truly Matters

    … Tim Ferris broke into popular consciousness nine years ago with the release of The 4-Hour Workweek. He’s gone on to create a series of books based on the “4-Hour” concept. That’s in addition to a wildly popular blog, podcast, and even a TV show. But in economic terms, all of that pales in comparison to Tim’s success as an angel investor; he’s…

    Brian Clark/ Copyblogger- 10 readers -
  • Be a Strategist, Not an Opportunist

    … Last week I came across an awesome presentation titled “Things I will Tell My Kids if They Become Entrepreneurs.” All the slides and points presented are spot on (which is quite a feat considering there are 127 slides on the presentation!). There was one in particular that made me pause and think for a good while: Opportunistic ≠ Strategist You…

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  • Gary Vaynerchuk on Playing the Long Game

    … Back in 2006, Gary Vaynerchuk started a daily video show that turned wine criticism on its head. More importantly, it took his family wine business from $3 million-a-year to a $60 million-a-year ecommerce juggernaut. From there, Gary did something that surprised a lot of people, including me. He started a digital marketing agency called…

    Brian Clark/ Copyblogger- 8 readers -
  • How Becoming a Digital Entrepreneur Helped Jarmar Dupas Get His Life Right

    … This week’s guest aspires to help you get your money right. He wants to assist others in taking back their purchasing power. He is Jarmar Dupas, and he is a Digital Entrepreneur. In this 35-minute episode, Jarmar walks you through his journey as a digital entrepreneur: The moment that got his ears “buzzing,” which got him interested…

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  • How to Stay Creative in a Distracted World

    … On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Megan Gray, a passionate — probably one of the most passionate — freelance graphic designers I know. She lives on the edge of a canyon in Orange County, California, where she runs her business, House of Grays. In this 34-minute episode Brian Gardner, Lauren Mancke, and Megan Gray discuss: Starting…

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  • Brian Clark on The 7-Figure CEO Podcast

    … On this episode of Elsewhere, Brian Clark and Casey Graham of The 7-Figure CEO Podcast chat about Brian’s entrepreneurial journey that led him to building a software technology company that brings in more than $12 million in annual revenue. In this 43-minute episode, Brian and Casey discuss: Brian’s life-changing decision to quit his law…

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  • Steal Like an Entrepreneur, with Austin Kleon

    … The other day I was listening to the “classic alternative” channel on SiriusXM. “Message of Love” by the Pretenders was on. In the song, Chrissie Hynde sings: “We are all of us in the gutter. But some of us are looking at the stars.” Wait a minute … didn’t Oscar Wilde say that in the late 1800s? Or how about when the late, great Kurt…

    Brian Clark/ Copyblogger- 8 readers -
  • Why Trusting Your Instincts Can Lead You to Your Passion

    … This week’s guest is obsessed. She has a burning passion for creating freedom not only in her own life but also in the lives of others. She is Raubi Perilli, and she is a Digital Entrepreneur. In this 32-minute episode, Raubi walks you through her story as a digital entrepreneur: Why she learned to trust her instincts after a particularly…

    Copyblogger- 9 readers -
  • The Creative Entrepreneur: Living the Dream

    … On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Jason Schuller, a designer and maker of things for the web. His MO is always focusing on elegant simplicity, endlessly being inspired by awesome creative people, and relentlessly learning by making mistakes. In this episode Brian Gardner, Lauren Mancke, and Jason Schuller discuss: The creative career…

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  • Startup Pricing – Start Free or Charge?

    … I got asked this question recently on Snapchat. “I have just started my Startup. I’m not sure if I’ll need to start free or just start charging right from the start.” That’s a pretty awesome question! I’ve heard that question before as I’ve asked myself that multiple times. (The voices…in my head…) It’s one of those questions that keep…

    Dennis Seymour/ Den's Blog- 15 readers -
  • It’s Your Duty to Design the Life You Want, with David Kadavy

    … Many people go out on their own in pursuit of the perfect lifestyle. Of course, “perfect” is entirely subjective. Maybe it’s to become a digital nomad and travel the world. For others, it’s the freedom to work from home and be closer to family. And still others are chasing audacious goals and world domination. All is well and good until you…

    Brian Clark/ Copyblogger- 9 readers -
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