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6 Things Entrepreneurs Wish Family, Friends and Employees Understood

If you are an entrepreneur, you need to articulate the six concepts below so the people in close proximity can comprehend your behavior. And for those of you engaged with an entrepreneur, I hope the tips below shed some light and give you some guidance to enjoy the ride. 1. Entrepreneurs are benevolent narcissists. There is no question that many entrepreneurs …

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Up Your Email Game With These Gmail-Ready Tools

This article is part of DBA, a new series on Mashable about running a business that features insights from leaders in entrepreneurship, venture capital and management. When you own a small business, you never have enough of two things: Time in the day or money in the bank. For the last four years, my business partner Claire Mazur and I …

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10 Pointers Every Young Entrepreneur Needs to Know

A young entrepreneur might run across a lot of articles offering advice for the new business owner. But how many articles are actually geared toward the young entrepreneur? As a former young entrepreneur myself (now I’m 30), I’ve decided to share my insights from my past experiences — all the types of things that I wish someone had passed on to me when …

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10 Daily Habits of the Happiest People You Know

You probably know someone who’s eternally positive and makes you feel good just by emanating his or her perpetual sunshine. How do you become this kind of magnetic individual? Do what happy people do. 1. Refuse to make assumptions. Don’t you hate it when someone assumes you’re thinking or doing something that you’re not? Honor the Golden Rule and give yourself a …

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16 Tips for Getting 90 Percent of Your Work Done Before Lunch

Imagine this. By the time lunch rolls around, you push back from your desk with a satisfied sigh, saunter off to your car, and drive off to have a leisurely, stress-free lunch, daydreaming about the 18 holes that you’re going to play for the rest of the day. This can be for real. You can get 90 percent or more of …

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7 People You Should Follow If You Want To Be An Entrepreneur

Want some inspiration? Start following inspiring people. And when I say “follow,” I am not referring only to Twitter, although that is an excellent starting point. I mean follow as in study, investigate, hear, heed, sit at their feet and absorb the lessons. Here are seven thought leaders (in no particular order) that are worth following. 1. Tony Hsieh. The …

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10 Small Things You Can Do Every Day to Get Smarter

You might be under the impression that intelligence is a fixed quantity that is set when you are young and unchanging thereafter. But research shows that, if so, you’re wrong. How we approach situations and the things we do to feed our brains can significantly improve our mental horsepower. That could mean going back to school or filling your bookshelves (or …

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5 Stern Truths You Need to Know Before Becoming an Entrepreneur

Expressing your desire for entrepreneurship 15 years ago would have created laughter and an assumption that you’re crazy. The tables have turned. Entrepreneurship has become one of the most respected and intelligent paths to take. It’s saved our economy and moves our culture forward. Dream “jobs” are disappearing fast. Creating your ideal opportunity is the new normal. A lot of …

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3 Things Incredibly Productive People Do

We live in an era of swooshes, calendar reminder beeps, vibrating incoming emails, and rings every waking moment of the working day. It’s tough to stay 100 percent productive as an owner at times. We have ADD (attention deficit disorder) as a culture. Sometimes, I long for the peace and quiet I had during the first year of business, back …

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8 Common Tech Myths You Should Stop Believing Today

Is it bad to charge your phone overnight? What about charging an iPhone with an iPad adapter? Despite how often we use devices like smartphones and laptops, we have plenty of questions about how those technologies works. And with so much information out there — not all of it true — it’s hard to know if we’re treating our electronics …

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