Demonstrating your professionalism in the way you invoice and your invoicing timeliness will keep your cash flow consistent.
The fastest way to fatten the bottom line is to shrink pointless expenses.
Tricks like visualization and writing down your goals have a strong basis in science.
You don’t stay at the top of the superhero game for 75 years without making a few pivots.
Helping improve your community or bolster a cause you believe in is probably the most satisfying way there is to market your business.
While gauging user feedback is definitely important, entrepreneurs need to both listen to what users say, and selectively ignore them.
The smaller your business, the less time you have for repetitive tasks that can be easily automated.
With the right skills and some hustle, freelancing pays like a full time job.
Fixating on the largest possible paycheck can blind us to other important considerations.
Leadership is not a pose or a title but the willingness to take responsibility and give credit.
That fancy car in your driveway probably doesn’t make you smile as often as remembering your honeymoon.
Deciding whether to raise money or trade equity in your business for the much-needed help can be a tough call.
A disciplined approach to thinking through problems is vital for everyone striving to succeed.
Kids are the toughest startup of all but you can problem-solve it.
When I first designed my platform for Due, I knew all along that I was not going to wait to create the perfect product before I launched it.
Combine an early and focused start with a decent job, a side gig and disciplined spending. You can’t miss.
The typical American worker, and probably all entrepreneurs, would get more done if they stopped working so much.