Articles in the Entrepreneurship Category
Starting a business is a difficult task no matter what. It involves immense amounts of commitment, skill and, of course, money. The task can be an especially difficult one for women. As most entrepreneurs are men, and women are still in the minority, they often lack the type of support network available to their male counterparts.
Entrepreneurship, Headline »
There is a growing trend of people becoming self-employed and this is translating across the world. Since the economic downturn began in 2008, unemployment has remained high in America as well as the UK. It’s no wonder why so many individuals are taking their finances into their own hands by starting their own businesses, turning into entrepreneurs and working independently.
Regardless of the sector that you are qualified and trained in, there is the possibility to get ahead and start out on your own by becoming self-employed. Becoming a freelancer or …
Online Income, Entrepreneurship »
I recently familiarized myself with a pretty cool website that allows you to buy websites. The website connects buyers and sellers for websites (and domains). There are other websites out there that list websites, but this is one of the best ones because it is specific to websites and therefore has features that make the process easier versus something like eBay where you can list anything.
The focus of the personal finance universe is typically about how to stretch your money further. It’s not very often that people recommend ways to make more money. It’s almost as if making more money is impossible and something that you have no impact over. It’s essentially the employee-for-life mentality that most people have. I don’t like this mentality. Here are 7 ways I think you can make some more money in 2011.
Careers, Lifestyle, Entrepreneurship, Personal Finance, Debt, Headline »
I’ve recently had a number of conversations about folks my age – the generation Y crowd. The consensus view of many people older than me view my generation as sort of a joke. They say we have a feeling of entitlement, an expectation that things should be given to us. They say when we do something good, that it means we should be taken care of for years as a result rather than moving on to something else. Generation Y is more interested in work/life balance rather than building a …