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Think Like An Entrepreneur

Saras Sarasvathy, a University of Virginia professor, is generating buzz with her research on the entrepreneurial mind. Her work looks at the thought processes of highly successful entrepreneurs to see what distinguishes them from the rest of us.

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Marc Davis: High Octane Success

By Jens Odegaard on February 1st, 2009 • Auto, Career, Entrepreneurship

Marc is a college freshman who has quickly honed his skills behind the wheel, becoming one of NASCAR's fresh faces of success.

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Web Biz Basics: Launching a business website

By Brian Smith on February 1st, 2009 • Career, Starting a business, Entrepreneurship

With a little hard work, a business plan and a hosting service, anybody can start their own web-based company.

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Relationships Matter: An inside look at entrepreneur Jay Wright's game changing plays

You've heard it before. Business can be cutthroat, vile and cruel. Or so it would seem. But a lot of the prevalent thinking in today's buzzing, unconventional boardrooms is that it's the people that matter most. Relationships matter. Building a strong bridge between the people you serve and the ideas that you want to bring to fruition is monumental to achieving success as a millennial entrepreneur.

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Why Content Marketing Is Anything but Soft

Content marketing is the most effective way to attract people to your brand. If you're just starting out, you're in for a lot of fun. At first, it may seem insurmountable, but before you know it, you'll achieve the glory of successful content marketing.

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Finding a Balance: copywriter Jessica Brown does it all

Most of us would rather work to live than live to work. And if we're lucky, we find a way to get paid doing something we enjoy. That's a big player in the game of balancing your personal life with your professional life.

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How to Build an Online Portfolio

Whether you're currently looking for a job or want to increase your chances of finding one in the future, these days, a resume will only get you so far. While your resume is a great place to summarize your work experience, it's hard to capture your talent and personality on a single piece of paper. And, depending on your line of work, your resume may not be a true indicator of what you're really capable of doing. That's where online portfolios comes in.

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Real People, Real Success: Jamila Souffrant

To be young means to be free. I was always told you should enjoy your youth now because it's going to be the only time in life when you get to be all about you. Entrepreneur, real-estate investor and my sister-in-law, Jamila Souffrant, purchased her first home at 22-years-old: A condo in the highly sought after D.U.M.B.O. neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York. Her early success proves that with a bit of sacrifice, enjoying your life and reaching your goals is absolutely possible!

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A Man with a Voice: How Taylor John Williams got his break on a reality show

Taylor John Williams, a previous contestant on The Voice, shares his reality-show experience and what we can expect from him in the future.

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Starting Your Summer Business

Having a summer job is awesome, but being your own boss is even more awesome. Not sure how to start your own summer business? Don't worry--entrepreneur Steve Corcoran, co-founder and CEO of LawnStarter in Austin, Texas, is here to answer your questions.

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