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Do The Right Things – A Guide When Your Startup Fails

There is a story of an early stage startup which goes like this: “Anton worked at a startup as a UX designer starting from 2018. He worked with 8 other people. They all are loyal to the company because they trust the CEO. They worked together for almost a year and everything seems to work

Why Only the “Chosen” People Can be Entrepreneur?

Many of us when being asked “what you want to do in life?” will likely to give an answer such as open up a business, be my own boss, or run a startup. Or in other words, many people are aspired to be an entrepreneur. Unfortunately, not everyone is cut out for being a business

3 Signs You are Your Own Business Enemy

One of the main purposes of starting a business is to build relations and gain profits from one party and another. That being said, a good business is not a one-man show as it cannot be managed by only one person. Business partners, in this case, play an important role in ensuring that the business

Signs You Are More Suitable For a Job than Being an Entrepreneur

 ‘Ideas are easy. Implementation is hard.’ — Guy Kawasaki So you have couple of great ideas awaiting to be transformed to reality. You have compiled proposals and list of investors are ready to support the dream. However, creating your own startup and leaving your currently stable job to seek a full-time entrepreneur is not as

Starting Up? 4 Ways to Turn Your Former Employer Into an Ally

I can’t really explain what’s the meaning of risk, but I can give you, at least, this; when you choose to quit your job and put up a business of your own, that is a risk!   It can only be made easier if you try and start up in the field you know best.