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Bill Payne invests, serves on boards, teaches, writes and mentors -- but most of all, has fun.
Julius Walls has the priviledge of leading a company that exists to give back.
An experienced small businessman, Thaine Fischer now enjoys helping others in the Leadership Roundtable organized through the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce.
There's a very practical reason for a values-based, morally rigorous view of entrepreneurship. That is usually the only viable way for an entrepreneur to do business in the long run, the author asserts.
An entrepreneur argues that sabbaticals need not be extended periods of time off but can be worked into the everyday job of building a company.
The Young Entrepreneurs' Organization created opportunities for Keith Alpers, but he has given back to the organization many times over.
Barnett Helzberg is so convinced of the value of mentoring, he started a program to benefit up-and-coming entrepreneurs.
The toughest and most important job of an entrepreneur is to select the people to bring into his or her company. The author suggests a way to do this: listen for the electricity.
After selling a successful company, Alan Hall is finding innovative ways to give back to entrepreneurship.
A small business with a limited budget can set up a Web site, promote, and even advertise to keep marketing affordable, says the founder of a publicly traded communications agency.
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