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Entrepreneurs Share About Being an Entrepreneur and an Employee

Entrepreneurs Share About Being an Entrepreneur and an Employee

This is definitely possible! I am the co-founder of PlaybookUX but operate every day alongside my other employees contributing to the same tasks as they are. We’ve built up a solid base of trust and can work alongside each other comfortably as employees tackling one...

Entrepreneurs share taking care of an aging parent

Entrepreneurs share taking care of an aging parent

Being an entrepreneur and running several businesses is challenging, even more so in Covid times, when you have teams working remotely and also in the office - so you need to carefully manage your time. My mother lives in Spain, and I have recently relocated to...

Entrepreneurs share their Best and Worst decisions

Entrepreneurs share their Best and Worst decisions

Single best decision: Offer a free version of our product and make it better than any of our competitor's paid products. This has really made using Lovecast such a no-brainer choice for our users, and is the key factor to get us the 6000+ hosted weddings and raving...

Entrepreneurs share how Gen Z is changing business

Entrepreneurs share how Gen Z is changing business

I’ve been examining Gen Z in the context of the startup world because the focus of Sēd Communications is ensuring the success of startups. Gen Z is their future. The lines are blurred between the term's startup, side hustle, and small business for Gen Z and the old...

Entrepreneurs share about product market fit

In the not-too-recent past most manufacturers and distributors were emailing and even faxing business credit applications to complete the simple task of checking credit, and then approving or denying commercial credit terms. We've disrupted an entire industry thanks...

Entrepreneurs share about growing from 10 to 50 employees

Entrepreneurs share about growing from 10 to 50 employees

Growing from 10 to 50 employees was a MAJOR change for PCS. I cannot emphasize that you must begin to view your company differently, with a more strategic view, supported by infrastructure. For instance, we started tracking time off, which we never did previously. We...

Entrepreneurs share about selling a business

Entrepreneurs share about selling a business

We started our first business in 1997 with $100 and sold it to Intuit for $20 million eight years later. From beginning to end, the process was about 6 months. Intuit approached us in March and the sale took place in November of the same year. We went back and forth...

Entrepreneurs Share About Growing From 1 to 10 Employees

Entrepreneurs Share About Growing From 1 to 10 Employees

When you first start a business, you are basically doing everything—from the things that you may be good at which may have given you the confidence to start run with the idea in the first place, to the seemingly limitless list of things that you had no idea needed to...

Entrepreneurs share how long their MVP ACTUALLY took to launch

Entrepreneurs share how long their MVP ACTUALLY took to launch

Digital Health Review's MVP is currently live and actively getting used after almost 18 months in the making. When I first had the business idea, my approach to building the MVP was broken down so much that it took a long time for me to find the right audience and for...

Entrepreneurs share their best tips for success

Entrepreneurs share their best tips for success

The biggest piece of advice I would give to an aspiring entrepreneur in 2021 is to make sure that you are in love with the problem you are trying to solve, not the solution you have in mind itself. Being an entrepreneur is not easy. You're going to face your highest...

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