Posts Tagged ‘learning’

These Online Programs Will Make You Rethink How You Can Improve Your Business Skills

Amanda Bowman | August 7th, 2017

With time and attention scarce, it’s difficult for entrepreneurs and small business owners to upgrade or learn new skills. There are, of course, millions of published articles and blog posts about entrepreneurship, business, finance, and management. But many of these articles are noisy and few offer real, actionable insights that can help you make better […]

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15 Must Watch YouTube Channels for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners

Arielle Kimbarovsky | June 9th, 2017

Video content is becoming more and more popular. Last year, video continued to skyrocket in popularity and represents 74% of all online traffic in 2017. In fact, studies suggest that people prefer video content to written content, and are more likely to learn from it. For entrepreneurs, this is important because they are constantly working on […]

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7 Habits of Highly Effective and Successful Entrepreneurs

Ross Kimbarovsky | September 12th, 2012

Some entrepreneurs invent only excuses, while other entrepreneurs are highly effective and successful. Success and failure doesn’t happen by chance. Highly effective and successful entrepreneurs share common habits. Here are seven habits of highly effective and successful entrepreneurs (plus a bonus at the end): 1. Measure progress. It’s very difficult to succeed unless you are […]

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Being pompous and learning from mistakes

Ross Kimbarovsky | September 14th, 2010

One of our senior engineers, Tal Liron, posted a comment earlier this year in response to a blog post about programming.The comment ended with this smart and valuable statement: It’s not that being pompous leads us to make mistakes. It’s that being pompous inhibits our ability to learn from mistakes, or even to recognize them […]

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Not Every Failure Is A Learning Experience

Ross Kimbarovsky | June 2nd, 2010

Many entrepreneurs and investors – especially in Silicon Valley – believe that failure is acceptable. Mark Suster writes: I prefer second time (or more) entrepreneurs. Sure, I would love to work with people who have had multiple successes. But I’m not afraid of entrepreneurs that didn’t succeed the first time. I want to work with […]

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