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Boite à Outils. 11 Things to Look For In Your Startup Partner. The People You Need Working for Your Start-Up - Michael Fertik. By Michael Fertik | 1:00 PM June 3, 2013 Almost nowhere else in the world is the tech entrepreneur glamorized as much as in Silicon Valley. The Valley is rife with smart, incredibly energetic, tremendously talented new entrepreneurs — instead of stars in their eyes, they have successful exits and Zuckerberg-like acclaim in their sights.

Yet 75 percent of startups fail , despite demonstrable ingenuity and an almost superhuman output of hard work. As a serial tech entrepreneur growing my own company, Reputation.com , I know there are no easy, one-size-fits-all approaches to making your vision come alive and, even more critically, growing and sustaining it. Even with the advice of great mentors — which I was fortunate to have — you can and inevitably will make mistakes. But as first-time entrepreneurs begin the crucial task of building their teams, here's what they should keep in mind: Pick the right cofounder. 11 Things to Look For In Your Startup Partner. The Power in a Millionaire's Mindset. “You were born to win, but to be a winner, you must plan to win, prepare to win, and expect to win.”

The Power in a Millionaire's Mindset

Having the right mindset is more important than having the right idea Underachievement … Frustration … Below-average money … Top 10 Reasons to Startup in College. Starting a business is not easy.

Top 10 Reasons to Startup in College

Having resources at your disposal is invaluable, and one of the best places to get those resources is in college. With a lot of attention being brought to whether or not you actually need college, I would like to present a counter-point. I started my own business this year and these are the college resources I found most helpful. 10. What Would-Be Entrepreneurs Fear Most About Starting Up. Skip Advertisement This ad will close in 15 seconds...

What Would-Be Entrepreneurs Fear Most About Starting Up

Young Entrepreneurs Today's Most Read 9 Proven Ways to Get People to Take You Seriously 4 Intangibles That Drive CEOs What It Takes to Go From Dead Broke to 6 Figures in 6 Months The Mentality of a Successful Career 4 Big Challenges That Startups Face These Siblings Are Cooking Up America's First Meatless Butcher Shop Kim Lachance Shandrow 3 min read News and Articles About Young Entrepreneurs. The Slow and Steady Approach to Entrepreneurship. Some people make the jump to entrepreneurship fast – I mean really fast.

The Slow and Steady Approach to Entrepreneurship

They get a great idea in college and run with it. Just think about the big names that have done this over time: Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, and more. But for every shooting star, I would venture that there are 10 slow and steady entrepreneurs that have been gradually building their businesses while gaining the skills and experiences necessary to succeed. The #1 Mistake Entrepreneurs Make. Business plan : Les erreurs financières à ne pas faire. Fondateur de Legal’Easy.

Business plan : Les erreurs financières à ne pas faire

Vous vous apprêtez à rédiger la fameuse partie financière du business plan. L’exercice est redouté par beaucoup d’entrepreneurs. Pourquoi ? Peur de ne pas maîtriser la comptabilité ou les termes financiers. Non maîtrise d’Excel. Petit tour d’horizon des erreurs à éviter pour ne pas se dé-crédibiliser face à un financeur. Les erreurs de forme Il faut faciliter le travail de lecture de votre modèle financier et de votre partie financière.

Un onglet pour les hypothèses, un onglet qui explique les principales formules, un onglet pour le compte de résultat,un onglet pour les flux de trésorerie, un onglet pour le bilan,un onglet pour les besoin de financement. On distinguera par ailleurs deux types d’hypothèses : Celles que l’entrepreneur rentre directement à la main. Erreur numéro 2 : Les données et hypothèses qui tombent du ciel. Advice for Social Entrepreneurs. As part of Stanford’s “Social Entrepreneur Building Block Series,” Professor Dees recently gave advice to budding student social entrepreneurs.

Advice for Social Entrepreneurs

He discussed the variety of ways to define social entrepreneurship, the core of which is finding innovative solutions to social problems, regardless of the business model used. He also talked about lessons that the field has learned about being a social entrepreneur: Complexity … Finding innovative solutions to social problems involves incredibly complex work, not quick fixes. Dees ended the talk by discussing what the current “hot topics” are in social entrepreneurship: impact investing; the blending and blurring of business model types; and, social entrepreneurs as the learning labs where we can test innovative new solutions that can be taken to scale. 5 Awesome Resources for College Entrepreneurs. Who said college was a time for sitting in class?

5 Awesome Resources for College Entrepreneurs

Wadhwani Foundation Entrepreneur Academy. How to Start a Small Business In 7 Steps. Gamestorming: A Playbook for Innovators, Rulebreakers, and Changemakers (9780596804176): Dave Gray, Sunni Brown, James Macanufo. How to be a Young Entrepreneur: 60 Questions to Guide You. How to be a young entrepreneur?

How to be a Young Entrepreneur: 60 Questions to Guide You

It’s the million dollar question we seem to hear everyday at Under30CEO. The problem is that there isn’t a blueprint out there that will show you every step along the way to building a successful business. Not only is every business different but every person/founder is different. We all have different interests, opinions on what is right/wrong, different skill-sets & traits and a million other things that make each business unique in it’s own way. There are principles you can follow that will help guide you in the right direction.

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