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Mindfulness provides the clarity of thought, creative ideas and higher awareness required to make better decisions.
Here are a handful of the basic steps you need to take in order to put your business in a position to be successful.
Being aware of the early symptoms of startup failure is very important in defining how to be successful in the future.
Find serenity to keep yourself from becoming insane.
Follow these 10 steps to launch your startup and you’ll be one step closer to your success.
We asked 14 young entrepreneurs what the one thing no one told them.
You need to build a solid financial plan that will help you boost your cash flow and manage your available resources wisely.
Keep these five factors in mind when determining the right business startup for you.
The pioneer of online travels in India; Deep Kalra is the proud founder of Gurgaon based – MakeMyTrip.com.
Fifteen CEOs of new and existing companies reflect on what they’ve learned, and impart their best lessons to aspiring startup founders.
Rule No. 1 : Never lose money. Rule No. 2 : Never forget Rule No. 1.
It isn’t uncommon for a person to lose inspiration and give up because he feels his venture isn’t going anywhere.
To give the best chance of surviving the incubation period we have compiled 10 things to research before you start your own startup.
With changing times, home-based businesses have grown leaps and bounds. Even if it is a business from home, one needs to work very hard to expand it and get customers.
It is very important for an entrepreneur to be a people’s person because on a daily basis, he needs to interact with a wide range of people like investors, shareholders, employees, potential business clients, potential customers etc.
It is necessary to remain in the business because suffering a setback isn’t easy and trying to build a company from scratch is definitely not easy.
Here’s some inspiring advice for when your motivation takes a hit.
How do successful entrepreneurs get successful?
Be prepared for setbacks.
No matter how carefully you consider your roles and responsibilities, like almost every entrepreneur, you will likely consistently underestimate the amount of time it takes to get things done. So, why is this, exactly?