There is one question I get asked all the time. Sometimes even hundreds of times a day. It’s the question I get asked most frequently, out of all questions (and I get asked a lot of questions). What is it?
A common question I get all the time: what is the biggest mistake young entrepreneurs are making? They’re building businesses that only work during the best-case market scenarios. Let me back up and explain a bit. There are also so
I’ve said it time and time again: Entrepreneurship is hard and it’s not for everyone. If, after taking a realistic personal inventory of who you are and what you want to be doing, it turns out that you are ready
I do a lot of public speaking and there’s no arguing that I’m pretty good at it. I hit the stage as a 30-something somewhere in 2006 and it was instantaneous: I loved the stage and the stage loved me