Qualities like easy collaboration, great listening and communication skills as well as a high emotional intelligence are just some of the feminine qualities that often make women fantastic entrepreneurs. While the challenge of balancing work and family life can be daunting, if that is your wish, the unique ability of many women to multitask and Continue Reading → Share
Attracting sharks (Shark Tank) is a good thing at the 2015 Utah Student 25 gala held in rapidly growing Lehi at Thanksgiving Point’s Show Barn. Electricity fills the air here and the sharks circle in the warm waters of Utah student entrepreneurship. A who’s who of investors, partners, and aspiring business owners all converged here to seize a slice of the American dream.
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The Kauffman Foundation published a study in 2009 that says that “in every single year from 1996 to 2007, Americans between the ages of 55 and 64 had a higher rate of entrepreneurial activity than those aged 20-34, averaging a rate of entrepreneurial activity roughly one-third larger than their youngest counterparts.”
The study also points out that:
- The 20-34 age bracket has the lowest rate of entrepreneurial activity.
- Long-term employment has fallen dramatically for people ages 35-64 over the past ...
Throughout time, a number of individuals have set the precedent for what we know today as modern entrepreneurship. Below are four famous entrepreneurs who have applied various principles that we can learn from today as entrepreneurs.
A prime example of diligence, Bill Gates went from receiving a failing grade on his idea for Microsoft in school to a technology mogul. Not only does his diligence ...