If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you know I share both the good and the “bad” of my entrepreneurial journey. Anyone grinding out there knows too well the feeling of defeat. But if you’ve been consistently grinding, you also know sometimes situations that seem bad at first have a way of coming back… Continue reading Entrepreneurs: Sometimes When You Lose, You Win (part 2)
If you’re human, I suspect there are at least a few things you don’t like to do. And if you’re an entrepreneur, I’m guessing there are things you need to do for your business to be successful, but you would rather gnaw off your own leg than do those things-whatever they are. Obviously, there are… Continue reading What is the one critical thing for your business you hate doing?
I read a lot about how to build your personal brand. One key to doing so is to tell your story – over, and over, and over again. Thanks to using that approach, I was able to land an interview with Jeff Engel, a writer at Xconomy, which is a national publication: Dedicated to providing… Continue reading An interview with my take on being an entrepreneur/husband/father
A few weeks ago I wrote about plans to tackle problems and opportunities after my latest $100,000 capital raise. At the end of the article, I included a list of eighteen things I learned on my entrepreneurial journey and people really seemed to dig it. I’d like to chop the list in half and add… Continue reading 18 lessons I learned as an entrepreneur (Part 1)
I just finished reading a blog post about how to come up with an idea for your next business. The article was about one thousand words long when it could have just been one sentence. What little I know about how to come up with a business idea I learned from my experience as an… Continue reading Entrepreneurs Solve Problems They See