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 »
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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 »
I was raised to go to school and get grades sufficient enough so that I could go to college and get a good job with benefits. I didn’t know any entrepreneurs at the time and wasn’t exposed to the idea of having your own business. After graduating from college, according to the plan that was put in place, I ended ...Read More »
TITLE: Forbes Greatest Business Stories of All Time AUTHOR: Daniel Gross PAGES: 368 SUMMARY: An excellent and inspirational book on how some of the greatest companies you know were founded and great anecdotes on the founders. REVIEW: From Sam Walton to Merill Lynch, the author goes into great detail to tell inspiring stories of service, courage and shrewdness. These founders ...Read More »
What’s even better than being a successful entrepreneur? Being a successful entrepreneur whose business helps fix an old injustice. The story of Heritage Link Brands teaches a few lessons that every would-be entrepreneur really needs to learn. Finding an unfulfilled niche Heritage Link Brands is a U.S based importer of African and South African wines made by black owned wineries. ...Read More »
For some people the name of the company is just something that they jot down on incorporation papers or something they have to place on their business cards somewhere around their phone number and e-mail address. However for Sharon Zeev Poole, the entrepreneur that started Agent99 Public Relations, her business name required “a little brainstorming and creativity.” The number ‘9’ ...Read More »
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It’s just one of those days. We all have them, but today it seems like everything is going wrong. It’s pouring down rain and you forget your umbrella. You’re late for a meeting so you hop in your car and try to rush to get there. Unfortunately, you get pulled over by a cop for speeding. One of your major suppliers ...Read More »
At Hearpreneur.com, we ask entrepreneurs the hard-hitting questions and you get hear how all these great creators and innovators run their ventures. This is your chance to hear from the best and the brightest entrepreneurs around the world. It’s just one of those days. We all have them, but today it seems like everything is going wrong. It’s pouring down ...Read More »
When I was graduating from college in May of 2006, I never believed in a hundred years I would be running my own business anytime soon. In fact, I was anxious and nervous about joining the workforce, and had no idea where I would be working, even though I had just completed my Communications degree and knew I wanted to ...Read More »