From the monthly archives:

July 2009

Just because you start a business, doesn’t mean you’re an entrepreneur. In fact, I consider a very small percentage of business owners to be entrepreneurs.

There are four distinct types of start-up ventures: non-profit organizations, lifestyle businesses, salary-substitute businesses and entrepreneurial businesses.

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Earlier this week I was featured in the CSU daily newsletter, Today @ Colorado State University! One of the writers for this newsletter contacted me because of the article in the Coloradoan.

Within this article I gave three golden nuggets of advice for young entrepreneurs.

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Over the last few weeks JuniorBiz and I have been featured in two major local newspapers, The Fort Collins Coloradoan and The Longmont Times-Call.

In this JJ Entry I’ve included links to both of those articles, as well as described how and why both reporters contacted me for my story.

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No matter how intelligent, daring, or successful, every business person has made the same mistake: they’ve all misspelled ‘entrepreneurship’. To help us learn how to spell this notoriously tricky word, I’ve concocted a few entrepreneurial acronyms.

The 16 words are tricky in their own right, so this should be a lesson in vocabulary as well as spelling.

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