Achieving Life Balance as an Entrepreneurial Mom

  The fact a woman has ovaries and the ability to bear little people can make life very complicated when she has the desire to own a business. What can be even more challenging is all the advice people have for the entrepreneurial mom. After a while, hearing people talk about time management can feel Read more about Achieving Life Balance as an Entrepreneurial Mom[…]

Work Smart, Not Hard, the Entrepreneurial Way, by Pat Mackaronis

The following is a guest post from Pat Mackaronis, director of business development for New York City social network startup Brabble. For further reading on Pat’s ideas, please check out Home Business Mag’s piece┬áPatrick Mackaronis Reveals Six Options for Ideal Startup Investment. You’ve heard that saying all through out your life, “Work Smarter, not harder,” Read more about Work Smart, Not Hard, the Entrepreneurial Way, by Pat Mackaronis[…]

MBA Entrepreneurship: Why is it a Rare Commodity?

Before I attended business school, I knew that MBA entrepreneurship was a rare commodity, but I didn’t know why. Now, having attended B-school, I have a few theories about why so few business students want to start their own businesses. This piece is not intended as a criticism of business school; instead, I simply mean Read more about MBA Entrepreneurship: Why is it a Rare Commodity?[…]

Tips for Budding Entrepreneurs

Budding entrepreneurs are always filled with great enthusiasm with respect to the prospects of making a great success in their business venture. However, as they proceed, they will invariably realise how tedious and challenging their tasks are. Upon this awareness, they might get tensed up or discouraged. There are a few tips that will ensure Read more about Tips for Budding Entrepreneurs[…]

8 Differences Between Traditional Businessmen and Entrepreneurs: A Guest Post by Patrick Mackaronis

The following is a guest post from┬áBrabble Director of Business Development Patrick Mackaronis. The difference between traditional businessmen and entrepreneurs is not huge-it could be a thin-line yet a defining one. If checked deeply, there is a difference between traditional businessmen and entrepreneurs. In this article, we will discuss these differences point-wise. Entrepreneurs love to Read more about 8 Differences Between Traditional Businessmen and Entrepreneurs: A Guest Post by Patrick Mackaronis[…]

5 Reasons to Use Open Source for Entrepreneur

Open source should not offend an entrepreneur as it is something cheap, untested and involving unauthentic applications. It is important to learn that lot of programming is done in open source and new applications are created almost every single day. The most fundamental strength of open source is the community that is always there to Read more about 5 Reasons to Use Open Source for Entrepreneur[…]

Can You Say “Entrepreneur?”

I don’t know about you, but the more casual use of what seems to pass as professional writing these days has started to bother me. Certainly, we all adapt to language as it evolves (I didn’t get upset when “google” became an adjective, and I don’t break out in hives when otherwise good reporters use Read more about Can You Say “Entrepreneur?”[…]

THE ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT of THANKSGIVING

As I was thinking about my article to write this week, I decided to speak about the Entrepreneurial spirit of Thanksgiving. I would like to pay a special thanks to all of the entrepreneurs of our era who have paved the way for us to live in such a wonderful world. While celebrating this type Read more about THE ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT of THANKSGIVING[…]

What You Need to Be a Successful Entrepreneur

With so many people looking to work from home and become successful doing so, how do you know where you should start? Well, first there are a few things you need to know about successful entrepreneurs that will help in your mission to become one. The following provides you with very important information that you Read more about What You Need to Be a Successful Entrepreneur[…]

Confessions of an Entrepreneur Turned Freelance Writer

January 1, 2010 marks a huge milestone for me. It will be my ten year anniversary of being self-employed in the online world we know as the Internet. My husband and I refer to the life-changing moment as “the day Brad brought the Internet home.” Allow me to explain. I met my husband in January Read more about Confessions of an Entrepreneur Turned Freelance Writer[…]