Entrepreneurial Life

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  • How I Learned to Treat Fear as a Tool for Personal Growth

    Whether you are launching a company, choosing an education path or starting a career, you will experience some form of fear. Here’s how I leveraged this feeling to serve me instead of stall me.

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  • Founder Genius: Andrew Vagenas – “Turning Competition into Partnership”

    Andrew Vagenus of Pharmapacks.com discusses “Founder Genius: Andrew Vagenas – “Turning Competition into Partnership.”

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  • What to Talk About Before / When You Start

    A candid conversation about topics critical to the family can set the stage for healthy communication during the early, stressful days of founding a company.

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  • When the Breadwinner Gets Crusty

    Entrepreneurial families, in the early stages, may have the stress of a two-income family, but the income of only one.

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  • Work and Family

    Work-life balance may be a chimera, Meg Hirshberg says, but you can take steps to lead a life that is fulfilling on both sides of the equation.

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  • What Do You Share With Your Family?

    What you share, and how and when you share it, is an important thing to consider as you meet the challenges of entrepreneurship, particularly during those early, uncertain days.

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  • Startups

    Startups differ from big companies. Steve Blank shares the important implications this has for the early structure and activity of your company.

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  • Building Your Startup

    While you focus on the search phase of your startup, ensure that you’re learning skills that help you stay through the build and the execution of your company. Build a team that complements your skills and personality.

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  • Pivot or Proceed: How to Decide

    Every entrepreneur faces tough questions about the progress of their startup. Pivot? Proceed? Quit? Learn how to think about these challenges.

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