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Your Weekly Recommendations Tuesday, September 19, 2017
 
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Entrepreneurial Entropy: How To Lead When Your Business Leans Toward Chaos
Forbes • Chris Myers, Contributor
Why You Should Launch Your Website Before It's Perfect
Entrepreneur Magazine • Natalie Macneil
"I Would Outsource Brushing My Teeth if I Could"
Inc. • Entrepreneurs' Organization
Social ImpactVoice: How Dress For Success Worldwide's Nonprofit Model Sparks Innovation And Impact
Forbes • Dress, Social Impactvoice, Success Worldwide
Venture capitalists are suing the Trump administration for delaying an immigration program
The Verge • Colin Lecher
Why Every Queer Person Should Become An Entrepreneur
Forbes • Contributor, David Auten, John Schneider
Losing My Life Partner Could Have Sunk My Business -- But Instead It Became My Motivation
Entrepreneur Magazine • A.J. Macquarrie
If You Want Your Business to Win in the Long-Term, Don't Take Shortcuts
Entrepreneur Magazine • Nick Francis
Want To Buy Travel Better? Use Big Data
Forbes • Contributor, Karl Ulrich
Grow: How you can have $1 million by the time you’re 40
MarketWatch
 
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Entrepreneurial Entropy: How To Lead When Your Business Leans Toward Chaos
ForbesChris Myers, Contributor
I’ve always had rather eclectic tastes. Whether it’s art, philosophy, theology, or science, I try to find tangible lessons I can apply in both life and business. Physics in particular has always been of great interest to me. There is a certain...
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Why You Should Launch Your Website Before It's Perfect
Entrepreneur MagazineNatalie Macneil
Entrepreneur Network partner Natalie MacNeil always laughs when people tell her they don't think their website is ready for launch because it isn't perfect. Why? Because MacNeil sees plenty of flaws in her own website, She Takes on the World. The site...
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"I Would Outsource Brushing My Teeth if I Could"
Inc.Entrepreneurs' Organization
Brad Stevens is an Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) member from Atlanta, Chair of the chapter's EO Accelerator program, author, speaker, career entrepreneur and founder and CEO of Entreholic, which helps companies identify and implement innovative growth and execution strategies. We asked Brad how...
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Entrepreneurship
Social ImpactVoice: How Dress For Success Worldwide's Nonprofit Model Sparks Innovation And Impact
ForbesDress, Social Impactvoice, Success Worldwide
In 1997 in the basement of a church in Manhattan with a $5,000 check in hand, Nancy Lublin had a vision- a vision of a world in which women don’t live in poverty, are treated with dignity and respect, strengthen their families...
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Venture capitalists are suing the Trump administration for delaying an immigration program
The VergeColin Lecher
In a new lawsuit, a group of venture capitalists says the Trump administration erred by delaying a program meant to help entrepreneurs from other countries start businesses in the United States. The International Entrepreneur Rule, created under the Obama administration, was designed...
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Digital Media, Entrepreneurship
Why Every Queer Person Should Become An Entrepreneur
ForbesContributor, David Auten, John Schneider
If 80% of today’s millionaires are first-generation millionaires, you can become a millionaire, too, by becoming an entrepreneur. For LGBTQ people, becoming a queer entrepreneur will help their careers, their bank accounts and the LGBTQ community.
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Losing My Life Partner Could Have Sunk My Business -- But Instead It Became My Motivation
Entrepreneur MagazineA.J. Macquarrie
Building your own business is never easy, but at no time is it more challenging than when personal tragedy strikes. All of a sudden, focusing on your business seems impossible. Things you may long have taken for granted are gone. You're shattered,...
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If You Want Your Business to Win in the Long-Term, Don't Take Shortcuts
Entrepreneur MagazineNick Francis
Startups are for the impatient, so conventional wisdom goes. As programmer and author Paul Graham wrote, "Instead of working at an ordinary rate for 40 years, you work like hell for four" to "solve the money problem in one shot." Sounds pretty...
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Entrepreneurship
Want To Buy Travel Better? Use Big Data
ForbesContributor, Karl Ulrich
On my radio show, Launch Pad, I talk with entrepreneurs about their startups, and once a month I choose an Elevator Pitch Of The Month. This month my selection is Alex Mans, Founder of Flyr. I love everything about travel. I travel...
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Entrepreneurship, Finance
Grow: How you can have $1 million by the time you’re 40
MarketWatch
Bloomberg It can feel like hitting the $1 million mark requires having a Wall Street job, a trust fund—or decades to save. But these millionaires may change your mind. All four hit the major money milestone before turning the big 4-0—thanks to...
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