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Links 1 through 10 of 32 by rzkl kng tagged entrepreneur

Nearly all the entrepreneurs I know start their days with some sort of reading. No matter their particular field, the common thread seems to be a voracious appetite for knowledge, which usually translates directly to a lengthy Google Reader list. As a result, I thought it would be helpful to compile a list of recommended online resources. Some of these should be familiar, some may not. To get true perspective, you need a diverse pool of information. Hopefully, the list below will provide a decent starting point.

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As part of the talk, we worked on a spreadsheet model for freemium businesses that we didn’t get enough time to work on – so I’m going to cover it in this post!

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In what follows, I will expose the deal-killers found in the five most commonly rejected types of business plans, and share tips for creating plans that should get you invited back for a second meeting and, if all goes well, raise some capital and attract some initial customers.

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1. Is this your first venture? 2. Are you really an entrepreneur? 3. Does your venture involve something you understand really well? 4. Can your mother understand the value proposition? 5. Can you see the right wave? 6. What does your startup want to be when it grows up? 7. Starting a company is hard and uncertain. 8. Get a partner or fly solo? 9. Would you refuse a well-paying job to do this? 10. Can you raise appropriate financing?

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What are the reasons that we don’t follow through? Maybe it’s a genuine lack of technical skill, or we don’t know where to get started, or our friends around us talk us down. More commonly, we talk ourselves out of it.

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Get your business going, keep it going strong or take it in a new direction with this compilation of web sites for entrepreneurs.

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Here are one hundred characteristics and attributes of people who start companies—some born of experience, education or birth. Most can be learned by study and practice.

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Let's take a quick look at some of the changes that will come with this generational transition, and a few of the things that IT will need to do to adapt.

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[V]enture capitalists from Silicon Valley and creative types from Southern California are having difficulty cooperating to create financial and partnership models for new media.

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