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Skills Every Entrepreneur Must Have [Sponsored Post]

It takes many things to be a successful entrepreneur. Some of these things, like luck or good connections, you can’t always control. However, you can control your skill set. Having the right skills is essential to providing the best foundation you need to start a business. While there are many helpful skills, here’s a look at the top four skills ...

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4 Entrepreneurs Explain What Being USA Made Means to Them [Sponsored Post]

Communities are everywhere. They are interest based, community based, location based and even social-economically grounded. The point is there is common thread that brings people together whether it is offline or even online. That common thread could be startup entrepreneurs or mid-sized CEOs or even mompreneurs. Either way, we at CEO Blog Nation tried to highlight the different communities within ...

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Fair or Foul? Government Shuts Down 11-Year-Old’s Cupcake Business

We always ask why did you start your business. For Chloe Stirling, of Troy, Illinois, she started her venture-a cupcake business based out of her family’s kitchen. The 11-year-old started her business after her mother promised to match her dollar for dollar as Chloe saved for a car. She was charging $10 for a dozen cupcakes and $2 for specialty ...

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Entrepreneuer Spotlight – Monday, April 1st

CEO Blog Nation is starting a new feature called the Entrepreneur Spotlight. If you know an entrepreneur that should be featured, please send 150 words or less of why the person should be considered to apoulter@ceoblognation.com —- This Week’s Entrepreneur Spotlight Falls On: Vanessa O’Brien, Gold Coast Pet Sitting Vanessa is a true entrepreneur – she set up her business ...

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Entrepreneur Spotlight – Monday, March 25th

CEO Blog Nation is starting a new feature called the Entrepreneur Spotlight. If you know an entrepreneur that should be featured, please send 150 words or less of why the person should be considered to apoulter@ceoblognation.com —– This Week’s Entrepreneur Spotlight Falls On: Josh Weiss, TeliApp I’d like to nominate TeliApp’s CEO, Josh Weiss. What makes Josh so special are ...

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The Best Personalities to Make the Best Entrepreneurs

Personalities are unique as the people who own them. They range from demanding to meek, cunning to creative, and some people embody multiple personalities. At some points they might be demanding and other points they simply sit back and let others take control. When it comes to being an entrepreneur or a business owner personality can make a major impact ...

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How Did You Come Up With Your Business Name?

The idea of exactly what your business is going to be usually comes first. Secondly, most often, is giving a title to your idea. What exactly is going to be the name of your business? Some people turn to their childhood for inspiration or a beloved family pet. It could be a made up word you dream of one night ...

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Best of Posts from Hearpreneur in 2012

The year is quickly coming to a close and while entrepreneurs and business owners are preparing for 2013, at CEO Blog Nation and Hearpreneur we are taking a look back at the top posts from Hearpreneur. Included in this compilation guest posts from Australia  coverage of the Men Who Built America, Monday Morning Motivation and even entrepreneurs reflecting on why they ...

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Monday Morning Motivation: Holiday Edition

To start this week off well, here is some motivation to help small business owners and entrepreneurs. Here are some things you can take away from the holiday: Rudolph, Leadership To be leader, sometimes you have to be different via Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer. Santa Clause, Work Ethic Santa’s Helpers, Service Image courtesy of imagerymajestic / FreeDigitalPhotos.net Happy Holidays from Hearpreneur ...

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Every Entrepreneur Has to Start Somewhere: First Venture Stories [ANSWERS]

Christopher Wells, Restaurant Building Blocks I was 11 years old and it never got off the ground but I planned it for about 6 months. My mom was struggling trying to get her own communications firm off the ground. A few blocks from our house was an abandoned gas station. It was on the busiest street in my town and couldn’t ...

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