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Gaelduval sur Twitter : "#InnoGeneration @Bpifrance parler dos "L'origine du Monde" #entrepreneur #disruption #Frenchtouch #Frenchcelebration. Three Slides? You’re Nuts! OK. How About Seven? 6 Lies They Teach in Business School. Connections.

6 Lies They Teach in Business School

Community. Mentorship. Immersion in management theory, market strategy and financial forecasting. A big, fat résumé boost. The benefits of getting a business degree are multifold. 10 Tips for Staying Focused From 10 Very Busy Young Entrepreneurs. Getting a business up and running is the opposite of the typical 9-to-5 job.

10 Tips for Staying Focused From 10 Very Busy Young Entrepreneurs

There's no time to fully clock out, founders work endlessly and having to be a Jack-of-all-trades means maintaining focus can be difficult. Having just wrapped up their three-month stint working out of Techstars' New York City-based office, the entrepreneurs that make up the tech accelerator's graduating class know a thing of two about staying productive amidst chaos.

Here, they share their top tips for refusing to succumb to distractions in order to get as much done as possible during the workday (and night). 1. Taking power naps. One of the biggest perks of working for yourself is not having to worry about face time. -- Sathish Naadimuthu, co-founder of Stefan's Head 2. Music works best for me. -- Joseph Fasone, founder of Pilot. Why Exercising Is a Higher Priority Than My Business. There’s a prevalent attitude among entrepreneurs that the business, whatever that business is, comes first.

Why Exercising Is a Higher Priority Than My Business

It is the high priority that trumps everything else, including family, friends and especially health. Why You Should Never Take Your Smartphone to Bed. It’s 11pm and you’re sitting in front of the TV, checking your smartphone for late-night emails, maybe checking in on family and friends’ activities on Facebook and looking up the menu of the restaurant you’re planning to dine at tomorrow evening.

Why You Should Never Take Your Smartphone to Bed

You then head to bed, place your smartphone on the side table and try to get some shut-eye. If this routine sounds familiar, read on. Stop Fantasizing About the Perfect Job. Some careers seem to maintain a powerful allure.

Stop Fantasizing About the Perfect Job

Many people fantasizing about leaving their jobs for careers that seem to offer deep meaning, like teaching or non-profit work, or apparent autonomy, like entrepreneurship. Others are attracted by high-status, high-pay occupations such as law and consulting. Still others want to work in broadcasting or publishing, for example, which maintain a glamorous allure.

Innover en France : Mission Impossible. Arnaud Montebourg a de la voix et des choses à dire et il veut le faire savoir !

Innover en France : Mission Impossible

Sleep: Why Successful Entrepreneurs Snooze More and Work Less. The value placed on sleep has plummeted in recent years as members of the business community have continued to to brag about how many hours they’ve clocked, versus how many hours of sleep they’ve lost.

Sleep: Why Successful Entrepreneurs Snooze More and Work Less

Related: 5 Things To Do Before Bed That Will Jump Start Tomorrow Sacrificing sleep may seem to make sense, considering that entrepreneurs' to-do lists are often lengthy and their time limited, as they try to scale their businesses for the future. However, sleep loss actually isn’t a productive way to be more successful; in fact it dilutes entrepreneurs' ability to perform during the work day. This message is beginning to get through. 15 Free And Really Useful Online Courses For Entrepreneurs. Whether you’re just starting out with your new business idea or you’re a seasoned entrepreneurial professional, learning all about the intricate and artful ways of running your own business is an ongoing process that truly never ends.

15 Free And Really Useful Online Courses For Entrepreneurs

And with so many other skilled and experienced professionals being generous enough to share what they know through online video lessons, forum discussions, case study exercises, and other forms of digital and interactive teaching, you’d have to be kind of crazy not to take the opportunity to learn from them. Even if you’re short on cash, there are loads of online courses for entrepreneurs available out there that won’t cost you a penny. With a click of your mouse, you can start learning about website development, marketing, startup funding, leadership, and all sorts of other areas of business from topic-specific courses that provide you with all the necessary tools. 1. Essentials of Entrepreneurship, University of California, Irvine via Coursera 2. 3. 4. 5.

The Portfolio Life: A Surprising Route to Job Security. The Internet's buzzing about the impending age of freelancing.

The Portfolio Life: A Surprising Route to Job Security

Some statistics say that as soon as 2020, 50 percent of the workforce will be contract employees or self-employed. The world of work is undoubtedly changing, and we're already seeing this transition take place. Some workers are being forced into self-employment due to the strain of a struggling economy, while others have already chosen such a path as a means to greater freedom and job satisfaction. Whatever the route, it’s critical that we equip ourselves for what’s to come.

We'll either thrive in this new era of uncertainty or get left behind. Culturally, we're beginning to accept that people aren't wired to do just one job. Raising Entrepreneurs for a Brighter Financial Future. Think you have a budding entrepreneur on your hands?

Raising Entrepreneurs for a Brighter Financial Future

Encourage that creative spirit in your kids by teaching them how to run a small business. They'll learn valuable money lessons, responsibility and the value of hard work. It may even lay a solid foundation for a successful financial future as an adult. Here, seven small-business ideas your child can run with. Related: Meet Dash and Dot, Robot Toys That Teach Kids How to Code 1. Bake sales: Bake sales are great for parents and kids to do together or for a group of kids to organize with adult supervision. 2.

Cannabis Delivery Service Eaze Raises $10 Million to Expand - Venture Capital Dispatch. 5 Tips to Protect Your Business From Hackers. 5 Powerful Rules for Women Entrepreneurs to Live By. La culture maker est morte, vive le re-make, par Felipe Fonseca. La culture maker a gagné beaucoup de terrain ces dernières années. Sans doute trop, en fait. Nous pouvons bien sûr ignorer ceux qui, comme toujours, surfent sur la vague de l’hypermédiatisation et qui de toute manière, n’ont souvent pas la moindre idée des concepts qu’ils véhiculent. Mais il semble bien que tout le monde parle aujourd’hui de culture maker. Des termes prononcés par des personnes qui ont toujours été opposées à ce qu’ils devraient signifier.

Success Is Never an Accident. It's a Choice. Manager Réussir sur Twitter : "Portrait-robot de l'entrepreneur d'aujourd'hui : #entrepreneur via @_Entreprendre. Portrait-robot de l'entrepreneur d'aujourd'hui. Lalitech: "Impossible n'est pas Français" ... Surmonter les difficultés d’une négociation. Quelle masse de travail doit-on accomplir pour devenir milliardaire ? (Infographie) Dans le monde, 8 personnes sont parties de vraiment rien pour devenir en quelques années milliardaires. Voici, en images, leurs points communs. On a toujours tendance à croire que les milliardaires sont nés avec une cuillère en argent dans la bouche. On les envie, les jalouse un peu, mais jamais on ne s’imagine ce qu’ils ont enduré pour en arriver là où ils en sont. Dans cette infographie, Funders and Founders revient sur le parcours de célèbres entrepreneurs qui sont partis de zéro.

Et, quand on dit zéro, c’est vraiment zéro : pas d’argent, pas de réseaux, pas de diplômes. How I failed. This post originally appeared on LinkedIn. When you start out as an entrepreneur, it’s just you and your idea, or you and your co-founder’s and your idea. Then you add customers, and they shape and mold you and that idea until you achieve the fabled “product-market fit.”

If you are lucky and diligent, you achieve that fit more than once, reinventing yourself with multiple products and multiple customer segments. How I Failed. Infographie : le plan de carrière fou de cinq entrepreneurs de génie. Tout le monde l’oublie, mais les plus grands entrepreneurs ont rarement exercé un seul métier avant d’atteindre la gloire mondiale. La preuve en image. Et si le meilleur plan de carrière était tout simplement de ne pas en avoir ? À en croire cette infographie générée par Funders and Founders, les entrepreneurs de génie se laissent guider bien plus par leurs envies que par une ambition démesurée. Bon après, tous ont en commun d’avoir travailler dès l’âge de 12 ans. Ça forme. Plus connu pour ses lancements de produits en fanfare et ses paris insensés, peu savent que Richard Branson a démarré sa vie de businessman en vendant des sapins, avant de se lancer dans la radio et la production de musique qui fera sa première fortune.

Et si les bibliothèques devenaient des incubateurs d'entreprises ? #coworking #entrepreneur. Il est possible que l’espace de travail collaboratif ultime se niche au cœur de la ville depuis des décennies: la bibliothèque municipale. Inscrivez-vous sur le nouvel annuaire des coworkers , afin de faire partie de la betateam! #Coworking. Entrepreneurs du web français.