Avoiding burn out is key for entrepreneurs, so do read the article we found for you this morning. We also are thinking about how to help you make those big ideas happen, engage your customers, and growing your revenues before you go out asking for VC money. Finally, if you’ve been smart and lucky enough to grow a business once, should you do it again and again? Enjoy.
- Sizing Up the Pros And Cons of Serial Entrepreneurship – For some business owners, the thrill wears off after a business is established and going well. Once a new venture reaches that point, it’s tempting to hand it off to someone else and start a whole new project. That line of thought leads directly to the path of serial entrepreneurship.
- Momentum: The Key to Making Your Big Ideas Happen – It doesn’t matter whether you’re running a marathon or running a business – momentum is key. If we can take small steps to execute our big, bold business objectives every day in 2011, it will be infinitely easier to stay focused, make great strides, and blast through the roadblocks that inevitably come up.
- Suffering from Business Burn Out? Fight Back With These 6 Tips – As an entrepreneur juggling all the responsibilities of starting one’s own business, it’s so easy to burn out. Consider these steps to protect yourself from running dry.
- A Great Business Plan Begins With Engaging the Customer – Customer satisfaction shouldn’t be just a part of your marketing plan, it should be the foundation of your business plan.
- Grow revenues before seeking VC funding – “Entrepreneurs often view venture capital as the quickest way to raise cash, but increasing your company’s revenue may be a better solution in the long run.”