National Assoc. For The Advancement Of Young Entrepreneurs
One good thing about being young is the opportunity of exploring beyond your boundaries with a good excuse of “because we’re young”. And this is what makes young entrepreneurship fun and ideal.
A big advantage that teenagers have is less responsibilities and more time to waste. Unlike adults who are stretching their 24-hour life thinking on how to make a living. Although the risk would be immense with lack of experience and knowledge, a teenager can start with what he knows…being…Continue
Added by Chaitan Patel on March 25, 2011 at 2:59pm — No Comments
Found this very inspiring feature on Forbes about several young entrepreneurs who grew their business to over a million dollar valuation by the age of 22. Check it out and be inspired!
These entrepreneurs, interviewed by Forbes over the last three years, started launching…Continue
Added by Sylvester Chisom on March 23, 2011 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Found this one from top 100 blogger Neil Patel....really makes you think about what you are working for as an entrepreneur. Read and think about this!
How Much Money Do You Really Need?
Everyday I run into to new entrepreneurs who tell me about their “business venture” and how…Continue
Added by rick prather on March 27, 2011 at 6:47pm — No Comments
I just watched a very interesting segment on 60 minutes about saving money on corporate taxes by setting up companies offshore in places like Ireland and Switzerland. It's the new way American companies are saving money.
Everyone from Google to Pfizer. We are talking about the difference in paying 35% corporate tax rate here vs. 12% somewhere else. This results in job…Continue
Added by Sylvester Chisom on March 27, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments
This was a very inspiring article that I found online today about a young entrepreneur who created a app for safe driving. So cool! I think I need to get to work on my new ideas. Check it out!
Edward C. Baig
There are various mobile apps that try and deter teenagers from… Continue
Added by rick prather on March 7, 2011 at 11:55pm — No Comments
I write …Continue
American businesses need the next generation of innovators to step up in order to succeed. But how do we find them? Tuck School of Business professor Vijay Govindarajan might have an answer.Continue
Money can buy you friends on Facebook, if you’re a marketer. But the price is going up.
A whitepaper by social marketing and analytics firm Webtrends, which studied…Continue
Customized Wishing wells/ Cardbox
I chose to share this on the blog today because it means a lot to me.
I designed this replica of the St. Louis Busch Stadium for my sister's wedding. The couple loved the Cardinals and wanted to shared something personal with their family and friends.
I apologize that I don't have any drafts of this project. Only because it was a long process and I didn't have time to takes pictures. But I will be making another one in a couple of weeks…
Today's Best Business Tip comes from our member David Kinsey
Thanks for the great advice!
Connect with David here:http://theyounginc.com/profile/DavidKinsey
Smile. Don't just be forward thinking, be forward doing! Set yourself up to under-promise and over-deliver. Don't forget the little things like sending a…Continue
Sarah Prevette – Sprouter.com
An entrepreneur long immersed in the startup community, Sarah has a firsthand familiarity with the common pitfalls of early stage startups and a grasp of the tips and tools that foster success. Sarah is the founder ofSprouter.com, and the Twestival Organizer for Toronto. Twitter: …Continue
As you begin your adventure as an entrepreneur you have to understand along with all the wonderful challenges you will conquer there will also be challenges that will conquer you (so it seems). One rule of thumb in business is that this is your vision built by accomplishing your goals and by default it will assume your identity. This is true in all fashions of the term “your identity". This means your strengths as well as your weaknesses will be adopted by…Continue