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Your Weekly Recommendations Wednesday, November 22, 2017
 
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Don't Make Employees Your Emotional Partners: You'll Regret It
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One Simple Tip to Overcome Imposter Syndrome
Entrepreneur Magazine • Ben Angel
Social Entrepreneurship Counts. Legendary Astronaut John Glenn Says So
Inc. • Gary Golden
10 Things You Must Do Before Becoming an Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur Magazine • Patrick Bet-David
What Are The Odds That Thanksgiving And Football Do Not Go Together?
Forbes • Contributor, Jess Collen
The Small Business Report, November 21, 2017
The Wall Street Journal • Compass Media Networks
How to Be More Thankful for Your Entrepreneurial Year
Inc. • Earnest Sweat
PODCAST: How Video Games Are Entrepreneurial
Forbes • Forbes Staff, Matt Perez
ADAY aims to simplify your wardrobe with $2M in funding
TechCrunch • Samantha Stein
What Do Your Investments Say About You?
Entrepreneur Magazine • Phil Town
 
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Don't Make Employees Your Emotional Partners: You'll Regret It
ForbesBrant Pinvidic, Contributor
Creating a team environment where your employees feel invested in your business’ overall success is absolutely vital to your company’s long-term prosperity. When done right, this inclusive, connected atmosphere can feel intoxicating. Key staff members report sensing higher levels of self-worth coupled...
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One Simple Tip to Overcome Imposter Syndrome
Entrepreneur MagazineBen Angel
Does the way you think of yourself match the way others think of you? For many people, the answer is no. Some think they are more capable than others give them credit for, while others, those who deal with imposter syndrome, think...
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Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurship
Social Entrepreneurship Counts. Legendary Astronaut John Glenn Says So
Inc.Gary Golden
Social entrepreneurship is a wonderful thing. This term keeps evolving in definition and practice, but that doesn't matter all that much to me--what matters is the spirit behind it. Helping others, improving our planet, and being socially active in a positive way,...
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Entrepreneurship, Small Business
10 Things You Must Do Before Becoming an Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur MagazinePatrick Bet-David
Anyone can become an entrepreneur, but most new businesses fail. In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Patrick Bet-David wants to give you the best chance at success by listing 10 things you should do before becoming an entrepreneur. Like building a foundation...
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Brand Management, Entrepreneurship
What Are The Odds That Thanksgiving And Football Do Not Go Together?
ForbesContributor, Jess Collen
People who make their living in and around product names and brands often discuss the growing difficulty in coming up with a new name. So it is surprising sometimes when a natural combination seems to be sitting there for the taking. In...
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Economic Policy, Entrepreneurship
The Small Business Report, November 21, 2017
The Wall Street JournalCompass Media Networks
Small businesses drastically cutting the lengths of meetings; and answering questions from family members about your startup during the holidays.
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Entrepreneurship, Venture Capital
How to Be More Thankful for Your Entrepreneurial Year
Inc.Earnest Sweat
It's Thanksgiving and I'm sure you're thinking, "Where did all the time go?" As an entrepreneur, you have been working diligently to stay the course, accomplish all your goals and keep your investors happy. But throughout the year, you--like all other startup...
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Entrepreneurship
PODCAST: How Video Games Are Entrepreneurial
ForbesForbes Staff, Matt Perez
Listen to the full episode here: Undertale. Stardew Valley. Hotline Miami. All are games that seized the gaming spotlight when released into the world. And all are games made by one or two developers without star power. Entrepreneurship may not be the...
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Entrepreneurship, Hedge Funds
ADAY aims to simplify your wardrobe with $2M in funding
TechCrunchSamantha Stein
ADAY, a fresh entrant in the highly competitive world of direct-to-consumer fashion, has raised $2 million in new funding for its mission to simplify wardrobes with a line of durable, technical, and chic womenswear. The company is the latest in an ever-expanding...
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Entrepreneurship, Finance
What Do Your Investments Say About You?
Entrepreneur MagazinePhil Town
In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Phil Town explains how your investments can say a lot about who you are as a person. This is especially true if you invest in businesses you believe in. And why wouldn't you? As Town says,...
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