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Business advice from successful female entrepreneurs

When you are getting a startup off the ground, you will need all the advice that you can get. Words of wisdom from successful entrepreneurs can be more precious than gold. This is especially true for female entrepreneurs who are starting a small business.

Unusual skills that entrepreneurs will need in 2018

One of the signs of a successful entrepreneur is the ability to develop new skills. Developing skills is an investment not only in yourself, but in your business. The year 2018 is already underfoot, and it would be wise for entrepreneurs to dive in and develop new skills now, rather than later.

Considering a joint venture? Know the pros and cons

Let’s say that you have an idea for a rewarding business venture, but your company does not yet have the resources to make it happen. You have a few options: One is to abandon your idea and pursue something else. Another is to struggle on your own to make it happen. Both of these are practical options, but there is another possibility that you may wish to consider: Embarking on a joint venture.

Sources of alternative lending for entrepreneurs, part 2

Locating sources for funding is one of the biggest challenges that entrepreneurs face. Most entrepreneurial loan applications will be denied, and wealthy investors do not grow on trees. Many entrepreneurs must seek out alternative sources of funding.

Sources of alternative lending for entrepreneurs, part 1

Being an entrepreneur is more than just coming up with a good business idea: It is also about putting that idea into action. Of course, this is much easier said than done. The majority of entrepreneurs will need the help of business loans to get their ideas off the ground. Finding an enthusiastic, loyal and deep-pocketed investor is an entrepreneur's dream, but is rarely a reality. Not to mention that roughly 85 percent of entrepreneurial loan applications will be rejected by community banks. So, how is a business owner supposed to find funding?

How entrepreneurs can grow in four important steps

Arguably the most difficult part of an entrepreneur’s job is managing him or herself; especially those starting a business by themselves. After all, there may be no one challenging them to reach higher, no one to defer to when the answers aren’t there, and no one to help in the transition from working in the business to working on the business.

Do you have what it takes to become an entrepreneur?

Not everyone has what it takes to become an entrepreneur. Common traits go beyond being the smartest, most talented, or access to resources that give them the proverbial “leg up.” Success comes from what seems to be minor disciplines that eventually will help them stand out among their peers.

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