There has been a trend to try to create one overarching company mission statement. However, they often become “wall art” hanging in the office of little practical use in operating the company. Consequently, it may be useful to use mission statements to delineate different phases of a company’s life.
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How to kill a mockingbird? The best way to kill a mockingbird is to keep your sights set on the goals and dreams that drove you to create your startup. The fact that your company’s mockingbird exists at all is proof that you are onto something.
You can be a successful entrepreneur.You’ve just graduated and are ready to put all of that knowledge and energy to use. Admittedly, a great deal of your practical knowledge was picked up outside the classroom – like the time you broke into the Dean’s office with.. how long ago was that? Nevermind, the statute of limitations hasn’t passed.
The issues are complicated and there are varying opinions on their value. The purpose of this post is to share, what I believe to be the most important factor to be considered when one establishes an advisory board for their startup.
There is an absolute glut of “time-saving” options available to the entrepreneur. Sometimes, they are; Sometimes they are not; and sometimes, the old ways of doing things can be more efficient.
Growing old is always better than not. Growing old while building a startup company will mature both you and the business.
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Micronic Technologies, a company that began in 2008, is a developing innovative technology to provide clean water from any source.
Stephanie Vozza has spoken of the six lessons gleaned from entrepreneurs’ experience (Fast Company). It was illuminating to evaluate how our startup company (FundingSage) and its founders dealt with these business improvement issues.
As you probably know all too well by now, the life of an entrepreneur is a breathless whirlwind of back-to-back meetings, backlogged to-do lists, endless cups of coffee, and long nights spent staring at a computer screen. With all that you have going on during the early stages of running your own business, you run the risk of neglecting the single most important asset you have at your disposal: yourself!