20 Habits That Will Make You Highly Successful: http://t.co/sgnzHNeqZg
— Addicted2Success.com (@Addictd2Success) March 6, 2014
What is it like to work in a startup? @saasu brings us a great article from Mashable detailing the stories of 10 startup employees to give us a real feeling for those early days of a business. Happy reading!
— Saasu (@saasu) March 5, 2014
We’ve been talking a lot about crowdfunding on this blog recently. It’s a vitally important new trend in business financing, and one that you cannot ignore. @CFSoftLaunch put out a great article recently along these lines that caught our eye. The tweet points us to an article which explains why crowdfunding campaigns fail. Take a look, read it carefully and be sure to account for these while planning your crowdfunding campaign.
Top Ten Reasons Crowdfunding Campaigns Fail (and What Can Bring Them Back) http://t.co/6fBpQaxiO3
— CrowdFunding Preview (@CFSoftLaunch) March 5, 2014
If you’re an expert, make sure you know what you know, or you just might be a victim of the Curse of Expertise – perhaps you think you know what you know, but don’t….
Think about it!
Curse of Expertise is not that experts forgot how they learned; it's that they don't really KNOW what they know & use pic.twitter.com/9DMJLpJNlk
— Seriouspony (@seriouspony) February 17, 2014
Thank you Serious Pony for this amazing insight!
This week’s tip comes from Dr. Jennifer Bennett who makes an important point about business. Businesses should learn to be themselves and be different from others. Don’t try to fit into the pack, stand out. As she says, people will notice, and that is of course what you want for your business.
Don't compare yourself to others…instead, be you, be different. Others will notice! #BusinessTips
— Jennifer Bennett (@DrJenBennett) February 11, 2014
Congrats Dr. Bennett
In life and in business, leadership is important. Whether it is leading our businesses, or leading our own lives, leadership skills are vital. Good leaders make all the difference.
Today’s tweet announces a wonderful opportunity to discuss leadership. Check out Fast Company’s upcoming discussion with authors Drake Baer and Faisal Hoque on Friday at noon. I doubt you’ll be disappointed.
— FastCoSpotlight (@FCSpotlight) February 12, 2014
Today we welcome Kaite Hudson to our illustrious group of Tweet of the Week winners. I won’t spoil this one, but do follow the link for some great insight on creativity and startups.
— Katie Hudson (@KatieBlaine) January 14, 2014
It’s the holidays and that means lots of turkey, gifts and of course Santa! This week we just couldn’t resist Shelly Kramer’s tweet pointing us to a wonderful interview with the one and only Santa Clause. Have fun!
— Shelly Kramer (@ShellyKramer) December 10, 2013
Congratulations @WarrenWhitlock on bringing this great article by Daniel Threlfell to our attention. It’s an excellent piece on the importance of online marketing and a reminder that it takes time and dedication. Check it out for yourself.
You’re a startup leader, you’re offered a barrel load of cash to sell your business? What do you do? The NY Times offers up the experiences of entrepreneurs in this exact situation.
9 start-up founders recounted the moment when the money was on the table & the future was unpredictable http://t.co/VogD2CO3Hu
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 19, 2013