Just like Rome, a successful startup isn’t built in a day. Here are a few articles from around the web to get you on the right track in your entrepreneurial ventures
Just like Rome, a successful startup isn’t built in a day. Putting together the right pieces, adjusting where it’s needed, and adding on in a careful way while not being afraid to take risks are all part of the growth process. From day one until the day when you become CEO, building a startup requires an intimate knowledge of all the details of your company and a big-picture vision. Here are a few articles from around the web to get you on the right track in your entrepreneurial ventures.
The Science of Success
Think success can’t be measured? There are researchers at MIT that would have to disagree! Check out some interesting results from a recent study on what might be the makings of startup success in this article from Inc.
Easy Productivity Hacks
Time is money, and if you’re not optimizing every minute of your time that you’re working, then it’s simply a waste. Luckily, we live in the age of productivity tools, where many tasks can be simplified and streamlined. If you feel like your productivity is dragging and your time could be better spent, then Entrepreneur is here to help with 4 great productivity tool suggestions.
Build a Better Budget
We already said that time is money, but where is that money coming from? When you’re a startup, especially a bootstrap startup, every penny counts. Noobpreneur offers some basic tips for saving money as you build your business. The money that you save making small cuts here and there can add up faster than you think.
Your startup is more fragile than you think. All it takes is one semi-dedicated hacker and you and your clients could be in serious trouble. On February 10th, we marked annual Safer Internet Day. In honor of the occasion, Mashable offers us some essential tips on staying secure online.
What’s a small change you made in your business that made a big difference? Tell us in the comments!
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