“Days of filling out forms and reading about tax implications of small businesses and figuring out the best computer for my business – I realized how I was just delaying the actual work that had to be done.” You thought you could just dive right into your new venture? The first month of entrepreneurship is... More »Clerical Clarity: Admin Work In the First Month of Entrepreneurship [Comic]
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Eli Ostreicher, CEO of Regal Wings, shares valuable advice from business and personal experiences. More »YEC Member Spotlight: Eli Ostreicher, CEO of Regal Wings
In a male-dominated industry, playing the part isn't always enough. When clients make embarrassing assumptions about your age or position in the company, here's how to deal.
More »4 Ways to Defuse an Awkward Business Situation
Meet the million-dollar-a-year business where bacon is meat candy—and buying it is big fun. More »The Bacon Freak Is Here: $1 Million per year from Bacon, a Sense of Humor and an Online Store
Potbelly has seen rapid growth, and franchises should become a bigger part of the mix after the IPO. More »Sandwich Chain Potbelly Files for $82.5 Million IPO
Forget serial entrepreneurship, founders who start up more than one company at a time are all the rage these days. See if you're cut out for the multi-business hustle. More »Do You Have the Moxie to Be a Parallel Entrepreneur?
You just started working at a startup and you’ve already been through two CEOs, a rebranding, and three office changes. Things move fast at a startup! Maybe you already read about issues that can face startups, so you know at a high level, what the possible issues are. What can you do to survive those... More »Startup Management Shuffle: 5 Ways to Survive
Kevin Lenane, CEO of Veenome explains his definition of success and how he has made his business thrive. More »YEC Member Spotlight: Kevin Lenane, CEO, Veenome
The stakes for this year's Hult Prize challengers has never been higher, as they gear up for battle at the Clinton Global Initiative's annual meeting. More »Clinton Global Initiative Kicks Off With a High-Stakes Startup Challenge
In 2011, I wrote a post called “Why I Didn’t Get A Real Job” that got a lot of attention. Admittedly, it was a childish reaction to a relative’s assertion that I needed to go get a “real job.” After a few months of full-time entrepreneurship that same summer, I thought I was finally experiencing... More »4 Reasons Choosing Startup Life Over College Is Totally Worth It