Entrepreneurship - 4/334 - Under30CEO : Under30CEO Entrepreneurship - 4/334 - Under30CEO : Under30CEO
arrow
Join the Under30CEO Community We deliver tips, tools and inspiration for your business. Daily to your inbox.

RSSCategory: Entrepreneurship

The #1 Reason Most 20-Somethings Get Stuck

The #1 Reason Most 20-Somethings Get Stuck

| July 21, 2014 | 5 Comments

I can remember, just a few short years ago, when I would have done ANYTHING to get “unstuck”. I had “played the game” just like I’d been told. Went to school, picked a major that made sense, got good grades and followed the rules. (I can see you nodding your head in agreement with me […]

Continue Reading

Why You Should Burn All Your Bridges and Never Have a Backup Plan

Why You Should Burn All Your Bridges and Never Have a Backup Plan

| July 18, 2014 | 1 Comment

What do you see when you look at a successful human? I see a determination, definiteness of purpose, and plan that most people are too afraid to ever create for themselves. Have you ever met anyone who achieved something important in life, something they would consider a dream, by dropping back to a plan B? […]

Continue Reading

Keeping the Customer from Hell out of Your Business, Automatically.

Keeping the Customer from Hell out of Your Business, Automatically.

| July 17, 2014 | 1 Comment

“You’ll throw in the extras we talked about if you want my business.” We were negotiating with a potential customer. His pattern was the same. We’d negotiate the terms and send the agreement. Our customer would confirm that everything was fine. Everything looked good. Until we spotted all of the extras he added in without […]

Continue Reading

It’s Your Time to Fly: Why You Should Be Impractical and Move Somewhere New

It’s Your Time to Fly: Why You Should Be Impractical and Move Somewhere New

| July 16, 2014 | 2 Comments

The urge to pack up and start a new life in another city is a dream most everyone has entertained at one time or another. There’s a certain impulsive appeal in just leaving behind your established routine and starting fresh somewhere else. There’s an aura of adventure and renewal to the idea that calls to […]

Continue Reading

Investing in Service: Interview with Regal Wings Founder Eli Ostreicher

Investing in Service: Interview with Regal Wings Founder Eli Ostreicher

| July 15, 2014 | 1 Comment

Every business requires investments, but not all investments are monetary. When Eli Ostreicher started New York City based boutique travel agency Regal Wings, startup capital was not the most important investment made in the company. “It wasn’t so much about investing financially, but investing effort and everything that I could give to it.” Regal Wings […]

Continue Reading

Kick-A$$ Guide to Mastering Your Goals

Kick-A$$ Guide to Mastering Your Goals

| July 14, 2014 | 1 Comment

Hey, how’s it going? It’s Mike Gowans. Do you got that friend that’s like he always comes around, and he’s always in a weird mood, kind of like cheerful but maybe not, and he’s always talking about oh, my job, blah, blah, blah? Well, the other night, I was actually out to eat with my […]

Continue Reading

The 10 Best People to Ask for Business Advice

The 10 Best People to Ask for Business Advice

| July 12, 2014 | 4 Comments

Q. Who do you turn to first for advice and why? The following answers are provided by the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) is an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, YEC recently launched StartupCollective, a free virtual mentorship program that helps millions of entrepreneurs start and grow […]

Continue Reading

How to Turn the Customer from Hell into an All-Star

How to Turn the Customer from Hell into an All-Star

| July 11, 2014 | 1 Comment

“Why the hell isn’t this project done?!” “I’m going to initiate a chargeback on all the money we’ve paid you for the last year, since you can’t get this done.” Our customer was angry. He felt we weren’t doing our jobs. Except for one problem. Our customer was the reason his project wasn’t done. We […]

Continue Reading

Founded on a Bicycle – Interview with Dashed Founder Phil Dumontet

Founded on a Bicycle – Interview with Dashed Founder Phil Dumontet

| July 10, 2014 | 1 Comment

My interview with Phil Dumontet was interrupted by a police officer knocking on his window after he pulled over safely to the side of the road. As rare as an interview starting with a police intervention is a company starting with just a CEO and a bicycle. Dashed has grown into the leading restaurant delivery […]

Continue Reading

Depression F-ing Sucks! 5 Things You Can Do RIGHT NOW to Overcome It…

Depression F-ing Sucks! 5 Things You Can Do RIGHT NOW to Overcome It…

| July 9, 2014 | 7 Comments

  Okay, depression really fucking sucks. It’s like doing everything you can, day in and day out, just to have the chance to take a positive step in the right direction. Every day is an accumulation of all the shitty days that came before, piled onto your back like 49 contestants from the Biggest Loser, waiting for […]

Continue Reading