Entrepreneurs have always used innovation to solve unique problems. But the sort of traditional problem-solving skills in which entrepreneurs typically excel hasn’t always tended to address social problems. Social entrepreneurs are proving that business success and altruism aren’t mutually exclusive. In fact, the opposite is true. Part of the reason that social entrepreneurship is proving to be so effective lately ...Read More »
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I’m just a regular straight-talking guy who worked hard, took risks, and built an insurance business from nothing into a huge success. It didn’t happen overnight and he came close to failure many times. I achieved success by doing certain things I learned on the streets and I’d like to share a few of those ideas. Some of these little ...Read More »
Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness…the moment one definitely commits oneself, the providence moves too. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one’s favor all manner of unforeseen incidents, meetings and material assistance, which no man [or woman] could have dreamt would have come his [or her] way. ...Read More »
I’ve always had an entrepreneurial spirit. Some may find it hard to believe, but from a very young age I was a risk taker and overly ambitious. How else can I explain ending up in the United States with nothing but $62 in my pocket and two pieces of luggage filled with more books than clothes. Even as a foreigner ...Read More »
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfHXu18rJIo[/youtube] Kimberly Gauthier explains how she founded he photography blog and site.Read More »
Biography Brittany Kaytrina Earls is an Atlanta, GA native who now resides in New York, NY. As a recipient of the Hope Scholarship, she attended Georgia State University in August 2004, where she majored in Sociology and minored in English. She graduated three years later in 2007, with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Brittany has had the mindset of an ...Read More »
Early on I realized education does not end when you leave school, sometimes it is just the beginning. My education was in finance, and my work experience was in IT and sales, but I have always had a drive to structure my own company. When the dotcom world started making a comeback, I knew that I wanted to be a ...Read More »
Name: Kevin Simpson Website URL: http://www.knowdoservelearn.org/ Biography: Kevin Simpson is from Flint, Michigan and has been in the education field since 1998. He has taught and consulted in parochial, public, and international schools located in Washington, D.C., Michigan, Virginia, Maryland, Laos, Qatar, Dubai, Lebanon, and Thailand. Simpson has also served as a countywide elementary social studies curriculum teacher, preschool to ...Read More »
There’s nothing more special and near and dear to the hearts of entrepreneurs than the story of the founding of their company. So, why did you start your business? What opportunity did you fulfill? Q: What’s Your Story? I started my photography blog, because when I bought my first DSLR camera, I couldn’t find a resource that explained how to ...Read More »
Title: RESONATE: Present Visual Stories That Transform Audiences Author: Nancy Duarte This book goes into great detail on how to do business presentations and how to be powerful and succinct without the necessity of a PR company or professional assistance. It goes to great depth with a myriad of different examples on how to not only design the visual aspect of a ...Read More »