Sun.Jan 12, 2020

10 Attributes That Make You An Entrepreneur To Follow

Startup Professionals Musings

People who have been followers too long as an employee don’t realize how hard it is to be a leader.

15 Entrepreneurs Explain How They Are Bold in Business

Hearpreneur

You’ve probably heard that you have to be bold to be a successful business owner. You have to be daring enough that means you’re willing to take the risks and make firm decisions.

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[Review] HoxHunt’s Gamified Phishing Training Platform for Cyber Crime Prevention

The Startup Magazine

Considering the increasing number of complex cyberattacks and scams that target individuals within organizations, it’s important to stay on top of your cybersecurity situation from 360 degrees.

Why Seed Funds Have Scaled

Haystack

For those following this blog and the seed market over the past decade, you may have noticed that every year, we see increases across the board — more investors, newer funds, and funds that get larger. Much has been written about the fact that traditional seed stage funds have grown in size and dollars under management. Here, I wanted to step back and consider “why” this has happened from my vantage point.

Signs That Your Startup Should Outsource

The Startup Magazine

Outsourcing is an efficient way for businesses to benefit from third-party resources and save money in the long run. Yet many companies are hesitating when it comes to handing over a portion of the workload. In many cases, this is because there are several myths about outsourcing.

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Positive Reinforcement for More Profits

Mike Michalowicz

It sounds simple, but positive reinforcement can result in big profits for your business. I realized this as my daughter and I were driving into town and were about to fly by this speed sign. When you are over the speed limit, the sign frowns at you.

What Is Employee Engagement Software?

The Startup Magazine

We live in a world of feedback, comments, likes, reviews and social engagement. While these interactions occur mostly in our personal lives, it also makes sense to incorporate them into the company culture.