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Not all advice is good advice, according to Warren Buffett.

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"We asked entrepreneurs, including a few "Shark Tank" investors and the cofounders of popular retailer Warby Parker, to share the most important lesson they learned in their 20s."

 

"Here's what they said."

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"Science suggests there's one personality type that's more likely to ditch the corporate structure and work for themselves."

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7 TED Talks You Should Watch If You Want to Be an Entrepreneur

03 6th, 2016 Author: Scoop.it Publisher

Take notes.

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Ari Weinzweig, CEO and cofounder of Zingerman's gourmet food company, shares the foundation of his renowned $50 million business.

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The 12 Stupidest Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make

01 21st, 2015 Author: Scoop.it Publisher

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"Following is my list of 12 stupid startup stumbles. Even if an entrepreneur is doing everything else right, committing even one of these mistakes can seriously damage the startup’s credibility and chances of successful launch. Even if an entrepreneur is doing everything else right, making even one of these startup stumbles can hurt the cause," says Jim Price (photo, left).

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Successful small business owners share the most important lesson they wish they'd known when they started.

 

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Tom Kinnear (photo, left) has been involved as an investor, board member, or founder in starting 11 companies — five of them with a combined exit value around $700 million.

We caught up with Kinnear to discuss what entrepreneurs should do to land big money from big investors. Here's his advice: . . .

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Photo credit: University of Michigan

 

We've compiled 27 great quotes from some of the world's most creative minds — and some recently departed ones — about what innovation really means and how we can bring it out.

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Photo: Malcolm Gladwell

 

How Small Businesses Are Using Social Media

04 22nd, 2013 Author: Scoop.it Publisher

Social media gives small businesses a platform to amplify their voice and visibility among prospective customers. For many small businesses, this is a rich opportunity, as you can see in the following infographic . . .

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