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Do You Count Every Hour In The Day Or Make Every Hour Count?

This post is syndicated from Ross Kimbarovsky.
Over the past five years, I’ve talked to thousands of entrepreneurs pursuing their dreams to build a successful startup. The most successful entrepreneurs had a number of things in common – including a deep understanding of how time constrains us. Here’s the rub – those who...
Do You Count Every Hour In The Day Or Make Every Hour Count?

Find the Right Business Partner

This post is syndicated from Entrepreneur Blog by Seth Kravitz.
Finding that right partner(s) to launch a business with is one of the most important choices you will make in your business life. It can be very difficult to not only find someone that shares the same vision as you do, but also brings to the table a set of skills or values that work hand-in-hand...
Find the Right Business Partner

Sometimes It’s Better to Wait Before Asking for Help

This post is syndicated from Entrepreneur Blog by Seth Kravitz.
Running your idea through the meat grinder in your head for a while is a much better approach than running it through potential partners, employees, or volunteers first. Talking about an idea before it has been properly researched and vetted can be a very painful lesson in why sometimes you really...
Sometimes It’s Better to Wait Before Asking for Help

Is There a New Type of Entrepreneur?

This post is syndicated from Entrepreneur Blog by Seth Kravitz.
The barriers to entry are becoming so small in some aspects of the online world, that there is a new breed of entrepreneur evolving. Some call them the accidental entrepreneurs. Let’s refer to them as incidustrialists or unexpecutives. The simple reality is that all you need is access to a...
Is There a New Type of Entrepreneur?

You Didn’t Get There Alone

This post is syndicated from Entrepreneur Blog by Seth Kravitz.
Remember how you got to where you are. If you are experiencing your first taste of success, never forget how you got there. Even if you don’t have a single employee, you didn’t get there alone. Customers, employees, vendors, contractors, and maybe even family and friends all played a...
You Didn’t Get There Alone

Better Not be in it for the Money

This post is syndicated from Entrepreneur Blog by Seth Kravitz.
Getting into business to simply make a lot of money is one of the guaranteed ways to insure that doesn’t happen. Creating and growing a successful business requires unrelenting passion and an endless supply of will power. A recent study showed that over the first 10 years after starting a...
Better Not be in it for the Money

10 Tips to Increase Customer Loyalty For Free

This post is syndicated from Entrepreneur Blog by Seth Kravitz.
Increasing customer loyalty and satisfaction doesn’t have to cost you anything. We have implemented several different strategies to make our customers happy and none of them cost more a little time and effort. Here are ten great examples of things you can start doing today: 1. Great Help...
10 Tips to Increase Customer Loyalty For Free

Goals, Strategies and Tactics

This post is syndicated from Ross Kimbarovsky.
It’s not uncommon for young entrepreneurs to focus on tactics at the expense of also setting appropriate goals and developing core strategies. It’s easy to fall into this trap when you see someone else successfully executing a tactic – and trying to duplicate their success by...
Goals, Strategies and Tactics

Lonely Nights

This post is syndicated from Entrepreneur Blog by Seth Kravitz.
Sometimes it can feel like you are all alone when you own your own business. Sometimes you want to share things with employees but you just feel like you can’t. You want to share details of how things are going with your customers, your blog readers, the local news, etc… but you...
Lonely Nights

Writing Great Marketing Copy Starts With a Great Story

This post is syndicated from Entrepreneur Blog by Seth Kravitz.
Here are a few tips on how to write great marketing copy: Keep it short. You can say so much more by saying less. The quickest way to lose someone’s interest is to throw a giant block of text at them. If you need to write something longer, go ahead and write something really long....
Writing Great Marketing Copy Starts With a Great Story
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