In the vast sea of entrepreneurship, one constant remains – the necessity for capital. Every vision, no matter how groundbreaking, requires fuel in the form of financial resources to take flight.
The world is changing. That means you have more and better options when it comes to funding your small business. Crowdfunding continues to grow each year, putting the opportunity to fund businesses we’re passionate about into everyone’s hands. It’s a great option for many small businesses, but there are so many platforms out there.
While I have never met Ellen Rohr I have read all her books, listened to her podcasts, a viewed her lectures so I think I can consider myself something of a disciple. This popped up in my YouTube suggestions today and i thought I would share it here.
Are you (and your employees too) saving enough?
There are a ton of startling chunks of valuable information in this article from the Motley Fool website:
Worried about retirement? You’re not alone. A large number of workers nearing the end of their careers are learning the hard way that retirement is expensive and that most older Americans simply aren’t prepared. If you’re thinking of retiring in the not-so-distant future, here are a few facts you should be aware of.
It took me many tries, but I finally figured out how to get what I want out of new-venture investing We set another record last Wednesday. I called the restaurant at 10:30 p.m., as I do every evening, and David answered with his usual, “Hi, Norm.”
It takes months to develop a concept you can build a successful business around. And when the process is over, you probably won’t be where you started out I suppose most entrepreneurs are optimists by nature. We probably wouldn’t start businesses if we weren’t. Whatever concept we have, we’re convinced it’s going to be great.