Guest post from Lori Wagoner A solo entrepreneur’s journey is unlike any other journey. The trials, tribulations and elations are the same, but the difference is that you don’t have someone who commiserates or celebrates with you. When you set out on the path of becoming
This sponsored post is provided by Bluevine. Many first-time business owners think about cash flow only when their cash reserves are low. Drake, founder and CEO of a digital marketing agency, didn’t find a funding option until after he already felt the consequences of lumpy cash flow. He
Last weekend I got to see first hand what the future holds, and it was awesome. (Tweet this) I was with the Next 36, one of the country's best programs for identifying and nurturing new generations of great Canadian entrepreneurs. My peers and I (mentors in the program) weren't looking
Is your small business getting bigger, but you need more capital? Many small business owners would argue this is a good problem to have — right? However, for entrepreneurs looking to start or grow a small business, applying for funding can be the most daunting part of the process. You’re
David Bakke is a small business owner, entrepreneur, and contributing team member of Money Crashers where he writes about personal finance, technology, and more. So, you've decided to launch a business and you're doing it on your own. While congratulations are certainly in order, one quick pat on the back
This post by guest blogger David Graham appears as part of our series Small Business 500. In a world of tighter deadlines, greater expectations, and the constant pressure to increase profit, how does a leader keep their team engaged while still keeping the company out of the red?
Here’s a blog post by guest blogger, Kenny Nguyen, the CEO of Big Fish Presentations. Why is public speaking the number one fear in America? People fear various forms of exposure and judgment. In this post, we will address the five biggest fears of public speaking and then provide
A guest blog from Robin Imholte, reprinted with permission from MillionDollarMompreneur.com. Networking, as the name implies, is the art of “building your network.” The goal is to make professional contacts that can share their abilities with one another to ultimately lead to a mutually beneficial