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7 Strategies Every Entrepreneur Needs To Know To Make A Website Stand Out

According to Time, I have 15 seconds to capture your attention before you decide to click away. In fact, a staggering 55% of you will spend less than 15 seconds on this page–or any web page, for that matter–before you continue browsing elsewhere. With 15 seconds being the average attention span of of a modern internet consumer, perhaps the greatest challenge facing entrepreneurs …

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Millennials, Don’t Reinvent The Wheel: Why You Don’t Need A Novel Business Idea To Be Successful

A common misbelief among entrepreneurs is that they’ve got to stumble across the “next big thing” in order to make it. Yet, what many fail to recognize is that generating a groundbreaking, never-before-seen idea isn’t always the best strategy. When you introduce a new idea to the world, you face several barriers. You must convince people it’s relevant, address their concerns, overcome …

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The Slow-Hustle: Why Every Entrepreneur Needs To Slow Down In Order To Speed Up

If you’re an entrepreneur, chances are you’ve experienced the “hustle.” Popularized by entrepreneur icons like Tim Ferriss and Marie Forleo, the hustle says you need to work relentlessly, obsessively, with unparalleled drive and insatiable and hunger for your goal. You should be “on” 24 hours a day, restless, raging, and unwilling to stop for anything or anyone. To an outsider, it …

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Could You Be An Influencer? This 22-Year-Old Shows There’s Money In Your Social Media Following

If you’ve got a following on a major platform like Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, Snapchat, or Twitter, chances are it’s worth something. Companies recognize the value of a loyal following, and are increasingly turning to social media influencers to promote their products. In 2015, social media ad spending exceeded $23 billion worldwide, and is expected to increase, meaning there’s a huge opportunity for …

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Aligning Your Values With Your Work: Creating Social Change Through Entrepreneurism

In a world plagued by climate change, food and water shortages, surging populations, and social injustice, we can no longer afford business as usual. The damaging business models of the past, which prioritized short-term gains and growth at the expense of sustainability, are coming to an end—and consumers are making sure of it. A recent study published in Fox Business showed that more than …