Entrepreneurship

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Rachael Chong

Rachael Chong/Entrepreneurship

Founder & CEO, Catchafire

A: Bootstrapping is completely to your advantage. Operating under limited resources forces you to be laser focused simply because you can't afford to make careless mistakes. You don't have enough cash ...

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Latham Thomas

Latham Thomas/Entrepreneurship

Women's Wellness Maven, Author & Founder, Mama Glow

A: My advice for an entrepreneur is to practice focus. Most entrepreneurs are idea generators and have difficulty focusing their time and energy, and clearly defining their vision. Spend time with ...

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LisaPrice

Lisa Price/Entrepreneurship

Founder, Carol's Daughter

A: Appreciate every single milestone and every hurdle you overcome. Take pictures of your company as it is growing. It is soooo helpful later, when the stakes are higher to look ...

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Melissa Meyers

Melissa Meyers/Entrepreneurship

President, Melissa Meyers

A: Hire people who are willing to take some risks and commit the time necessary to a start-up. Be clear about expectations up-front, especially in terms of hours and responsibilities. Hire ...

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deniserestauri

Denise Restauri/Entrepreneurship

CEO, GirlQuake

A: 1) Perfect is the enemy of the good --Voltaire. I try to not let perfection get in my way of progress (I'm not there yet - I’m a work in ...

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Kira Stokes/Entrepreneurship

Owner & Celebrity Trainer, Kira Stokes Fitness

A: To me, the number one criterion for being an entrepreneur is to have a true passion for your business. If one starts with passion, the rest follows. Early on, you ...

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