April 13, 2017

Entrepreneurship: 5 Things You Need to Do If You Want To Be An Inspiring Leader

If you’re an entrepreneur, you’re a leader. The two roles cannot be separated. You’re the only one who can know the depth of your vision; your team members have only a vague idea of where your product can go when compared to what you see. It’s up to you not only to inspire them, butto […]
April 6, 2017

How to Better Account for Hidden Costs in your Business

Developing accurate projections of capital requirements is a tremendous challenge for new entrepreneurs because startup ventures are often associated with great uncertainty. Why? Because many costs are impossible to know with certainty until assets are ready to be purchased, and this might come years in the future. Furthermore, significant expenses are often easy to forget […]
March 23, 2017

7 Proven Ways to Reduce Your Startup Risks

Starting a new business often entails daunting risks that cause many entrepreneurs to have second thoughts about getting started. In some cases, the risks can actually be too great to justify moving forward, and a new approach might need to be contemplated instead. In most cases, however, entrepreneurs can often develop strategies that either eliminate […]
February 23, 2017

Larry Broughton: My 3 Simple Strategies For Dealing with Negative and Critical People

Negative and overly critical people can suck our lifeblood and inspiration, which is why I call them “energy vampires.” Here’s how to combat those negative Nellies. If you’re alive and kicking, it’s likely you have someone negative in your life. Perhaps your boss goes nuclear because your mind-reading skills are not up to par. Or […]