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10 Inspirational Books for First-Time Entrepreneurs

Well-known motivational speaker and business entrepreneur, Jim Rohn once said, “The book you don’t read won’t help.” If you are an entrepreneur or planning to become one, reading relevant books is indispensable. Planning to start now? You need to get hold of one of the following books and read it cover to cover. Great inspiration awaits you among the pages ...

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How 360 Degree Videos are Making Their Way Into Corporate Training

A panoramic photo of something like the Grand Canyon at sunset can be breathtaking, but it’s nothing like being there. But with 360-degree video, we come a lot closer. We can see from every angle as if we were actually wandering around there. But 360-video is much more than a source of entertainment. It can show enlightening perspectives and levels ...

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How to Give Constructive Feedback to Your Employees [INFOGRAPHIC]

Giving feedback can be a daunting task, yet it’s one that every successful team leader or manager is expected to be experienced in. Without feedback, a team can struggle to grow and will often make the same mistakes over and over. But, when it comes to giving feedback, it’s important to do this in the proper way, or you run the ...

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Why STEM Education is a Gateway for Entrepreneurship

Professionals pursuing a career in the STEM industry have numerous entrepreneurial characteristics: technical knowledge, a knack for problem solving and an analytical mindset, to name a few. STEM education fosters the entrepreneurial spirit through project-based curriculum that focus on the application of science, technology, engineering and mathematics studies to address real-world problems. These students, by nature, are driven and passionate ...

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Your Business is Failing Modern Customers [INFOGRAPHIC]

Ever business has it. Some businesses have the best out there and some organizations flounder. Feedback is how a company survives. The customer service you deliver, as cliché as it sounds, can make or break your business. Check out the infographic below to learn more. This infographic comes courtesy of Jay Baer.

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Entrepreneurs List Their Favorite Business Books to Help Inspire Others

As musician Frank Zappa once said, “So many books, so little time.” For a business owner or budding entrepreneur, books can be a life preserver. Of course valuable lessons often come from doing. Business lessons can be learned by trial and error and putting yourself out on the line. But the same lessons can also be had from a book. ...

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CEO Explains How Increasingly Important Custom Forms Are to Businesses

Being an entrepreneur or business owner has become an easier job in one area – technology. Now instead of spending hours at your local library searching for the answer to a single question, a Google search does it in a few seconds. Need to know the name and number of an important contact? You can find it quickly online. Networking, ...

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What You Need to Know About Starting a Business [INFOGRAPHIC]

Setting up your own company requires a substantial leap of faith. It takes a lot of skill, perseverance, expertise, and patience (as well as a little luck) to become a successful entrepreneur, but the potential rewards of success can make it a risk well worth taking. Check out the infographic below for more information. This infographic is courtesy of All Finance ...

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39 Business Tips & Lessons from the Entrepreneur’s Bookshelf

You’ve heard you are what you eat, well we believe that you are what you read. Teach a CEO presents lessons from our bookshelf on how you can improve and grow your venture. We have taken nuggets from our library and provide them for entrepreneurs and business owners. There are 5 things all moms with successful ventures have in common (1) They ...

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Business Insights for Today’s Entrepreneurial Type

Today we are seeing more and more people jump-start their career dreams by building their own businesses from the ground up. In fact, 2015 showed the largest year over year increase from the past two decades for startups. It’s no wonder, given today’s technology and resources, that 67 percent of millennials surveyed in the U.S. said their goals involve starting ...

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