Entrepreneurship learning curve

7 common entrepreneurship myths
Entrepreneurship
November 16, 2017
7 common entrepreneurship myths

Entrepreneurship can be both extremely rewarding and detrimental… sometimes at the same time. When people talk about it feeling like a roller coaster, it’s not an exaggeration. One minute you feel like the world is crashing down and the next you are flying high on a win (whether big or small). While there are certain […]

No Comment 0
7 Reasons Why Start-ups Fail… And How To Come Out Ahead
Business, Entrepreneurship, Strategy
November 10, 2016
7 Reasons Why Start-ups Fail… And How To Come Out Ahead

While the idea of working for yourself, building something from scratch, and setting your own hours seems absolutely amazing, there is a flip side to the entrepreneurship coin, and it can be a bit dark and scary. Did you know that only half of Canadian start-up businesses survive the first five years? In 2013, there […]

No Comment 0
Is Fear of Failure Holding You Back?
Business, Entrepreneurship, Marketing
June 16, 2016
Is Fear of Failure Holding You Back?

By Candace Huntly You have your fabulous business idea, you have your goals written out, and you have written a killer business plan. The next step can be the most daunting one when it comes to launching any business – you have to tell people about what it is you do. Once you start marketing […]

No Comment 0
6 Types of People That Help Shorten the Entrepreneurship Learning Curve
Business, Entrepreneurship
November 19, 2015
6 Types of People That Help Shorten the Entrepreneurship Learning Curve

Ready… Set… Wait… Even if you are a self-starter – which you should be as an entrepreneur – starting your own business comes with certain challenges. There are so many uncontrollable factors that, even if you have done it before, you can’t possibly know everything about running a business. You can prepare for what you […]

No Comment 0