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The Changing Venture Landscape

The world around us is being disrupted by the acceleration of technology into more industries and more consumer applications. Society is reorienting to a new post-pandemic norm — even before the pandemic itself has been fully tamed. And the loosening of federal monetary policies, particularly in the US, has pushed more dollars into the venture […]

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Hustle or Anti-Hustle? How to Create Success on Your Own Terms

Hustle or Anti-Hustle? How to Create Success on Your Own Terms In this episode I’m sitting down with the incredible Jodie Cook, an entrepreneur, author and champion powerlifter. Jodie has published 20 books (yes, 20!) and is a Forbes contributor who writes about all things business and entrepreneurship. She is also an advocate for living […]

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Global Student Entrepreneur Awards alumni share their competition journeys and tips

“Start now. Don’t wait for anything. Start.” — Alberto Soto, Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) Alumnus and EO Guatemala member Explore your endless opportunities As a student, you have so many extra opportunities available—grants, resources and an overall willingness from society to help students. Many GSEA alumni suggest taking advantage of the safety net you […]

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Tips to Broaden Your Audience Scope Through Social Media

    As a business owner, you’re always looking for ways to reach more customers and grow your audience. You might have tried  different methods to connect with your audience, such as informative blog posts and engaging newsletters. However, you might still be far from your goals. One way you can reach and connect with […]

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Why experimentation must be the ethos of your company

Like many companies at the beginning of the pandemic, we knew that if we wanted to survive, we couldn’t wait for lockdowns to end. We had to think differently and make experimentation the ethos of our company. In the past, we looked at trying new things as another “goal” to add to the list. But […]

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How to Become a Circularity Entrepreneur with a Soul

Contributed by Maxim Mulyadi (EO Indonesia), the founder of Circularity Coach International, who is on a mission to help entrepreneurs achieve remarkable profit while balancing their purpose and the planet. He is also the co-founder and owner of Pelangi Water, a CPG/beverage brand in Indonesia.  Some say that economic growth and environmental protection are on […]

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How to invest in real estate without buying a home

How can I get the benefit of real estate investments without becoming a landlord? Real estate remains a strong investment, even with prices slowing. But owning property can be a hassle. A huge amount of capital gets tied up in a handful of properties. And you have to deal with the logistics of holding and […]

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5 things you must do before you retire

If you’re looking forward to retirement, you’re not alone. Countless workers dream of leaving their jobs behind and enjoying the freedom of unstructured days. But before you pull the trigger on retirement, be sure to tackle the following moves so you don’t come to regret your decision later on. 1. Assess your personal savings Hopefully, […]

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Rand Pauls hopes for a flat tax

If Rand Paul – the Libertarian-leaning, conservative senator from Kentucky – chooses to run for president in 2016, expect to hear a lot about a single-rate flat tax system. When it comes to taxes, Rand Paul wants them simple and flat. The blunt-spoken, Libertarian-leaning senator from Kentucky, who won the 2016 presidential straw poll among […]

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Tesla car doors can be hacked

A security researcher worries about the security of Tesla’s computer systems. Hackers can unlock a high-tech Tesla car door by using the same run-of-the-mill techniques they use to crack open computers. That’s according to security researcher Nitesh Dhanjani, who spoke about his findings at a recent hacker conference in Singapore. All it takes is cracking […]

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