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5 Ways To Build Startup Resilience And Avoid Failure

One of the characteristics that every good investor looks for in an aspiring entrepreneur is resilience, or the ability to learn from and bounce back after a failure.


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The Top 20 Reasons Startups Fail

From lack of product-market fit to disharmony on the team, we break down the top 20 reasons for startup failure by analyzing 101 startup failure post-mortems


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The 10 Things You Must Do From Day One So Your Startup Thrives

Whether you’re thinking about starting your own business or need to reignite that fire, you’re probably searching for the right advice….


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Why You Should Think Twice Before Saying ‘Thank You’ in a Business Email

We thank people all the time. We thank them in person, on the phone, and in emails. It’s a social custom. Good graces. Parents and school teachers tell their children all the time: “Mind your P’s and Q’s. Remember to say ‘Thank you.'”


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4 Tips to Avoid a Communication Breakdown When Working Remotely

If your small business is transitioning to work remotely, the way you communicate will have to evolve.


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How to Determine Exactly How Much You Need to Push Your Business to the Next Level

It’s a common perception among entrepreneurs that they need far more money than they require to take their business to the next level.


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Why Successful Startups Often Have A Pair Of Founders

The simple solution I recommend to inventors is to find a partner who can focus on business and marketing, while you focus on technology. Bill Gates did this with Microsoft, by teaming with Steve Ballmer from Proctor & Gamble, and Steve Jobs, who started Apple, did it in reverse by teaming with Steve Wozniak. Two people with complementary skills are often equal to three.


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Does reputation matter for a startup?

If the worldwide business ecosystem was an ocean, then startups could be oysters. Oysters, that are trying to attract with their shell, while protecting the soft and vulnerable inside. If that was the case, then investors – venture capitalists, private equity companies, angels and such – would be pearl divers. Searching for the treasures of the ocean, natural pearls


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The 20 Most Common Problems Your Business Will Probably Face (and How to Solve Them)

Chances are you have several colleagues and friends who work at medium to large-sized companies. If you were to poll them, asking what problems they encounter on a daily basis, you might be shocked by how similar the answers are.


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9 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Starting a Startup

Every entrepreneur’s trajectory will be different but once your business idea appears promising, there are some building blocks worth having in place. Even knowing that the shape or the position of those building blocks will shift and adjust as you progress further down your path, it’s useful to start with some fundamentals.


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