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In this comprehensive article, Ian Smith explores the exit myth and how entrepreneurs can improve the exit process when selling their business.

Valerie Markbreiter draws from Jean de La Fontaine’s fable the Wolf and the Dog to help identify similar traits in the entrepreneur.

As a small company entrepreneur, should you focus on value creation or achieving quick results? In this post, Vincent Chun addresses the question.

  Lisa Bertelsen offers sage advice to start-up entrepreneurs that will help them perfect their pitch and sell their idea in a compelling way by understanding where they go wrong and how to build an emotional connection.

  While waiting for business in their consulting firm to normalize, Vinay Gupta and Vanina Schick funneled their creative energies into a “side hustle” and launched a new business: http://popular.coffee. An online coffee shopping and subscription-based business venture. To learn more about Popular.coffee or to order your first bag of beans, visit https://popular.coffee/. Take advantage […]

In a recent interview for Inspiring Social Entrepreneurs, Odin Muhlenbein discusses the importance of tipping points in systems at a global level, and how social entrepreneurs can embrace the power of systems thinking to create strategies for social system change.

Jeremy Greenberg explores the five qualities that kill an entrepreneur.    

Mary Winn Miller explains why entrepreneurial thinking is a useful professional development tool for everyone, and she provides the key steps that will initiate your project quickly, cheaply, and effectively.