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Tagged: entrepreneur

The Music Lesson by Jan Vermeer

Three Questions to Ask Successful Microbusiness Entrepreneurs

There are many ways to learn – books, blogs, classes, lectures, online videos, podcasts, and more. You can even learn by jumping in and trying something, though I wouldn’t necessarily recommend the experiential method with brain surgery or alligator wrestling....

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Create a Micro-business in Construction

Last time, I promised an example of what it looks like to create a microbusiness from what matters, what you love, and what do you do well. To do that, I’ll share the story of Curtis, a construction entrepreneur. Why Curtis became an...

Microbusiness for Teens: A Curriculum by Carol Topp, CPA

Working with an Accountant

A guest post by Carol Topp, CPA Small business owners might delay working with an accountant until they think they can afford it, but this can be harmful to a new business. Knowledge that is too little or too late...

Character and courage are essential for entrepreneurial success.

What Matters in Entrepreneurship is Whether You Can Get a “Message to Garcia”

Owning a business, even a microbusiness, is not a task for the faint-hearted or the spoon-fed. In order to succeed, an entrepreneur must be willing to focus, learn something new every day, and take the initiative to act when something needs...

It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness. Especially on Mindset Monday.

Beware of the “Chicken Little” Mindset

It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness. Today is Mindset Monday. I’ll be talking about attitudes that can make it easier or harder to succeed as an entrepreneur. I recently came across a sentence that...

Don’t Let Anyone Tell You that You Can’t

It seems that whenever I’m in a group of writers or entrepreneurs, there are always a few battle stories stories swapped. No matter what you want to do, there will be someone (or sometimes a lot of someones) who feel...

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