Young people have always been able to see things in new and innovative ways.
Lately, they’ve been taking that vision and founding businesses.
The trend took off with Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, who founded Apple and Microsoft in 1976 at the age of 21. Then came Mark Zuckerberg, who programmed Facebook while still a student at Harvard University and became a billionaire by the age of 23.
This list of ten young entrepreneurs is full of bright minds that will be re-imagining the world in 2014 — and none of them are older than 23.Click Here To Continue Reading
This post is part of our MoneyLove series. In part #1, we talked about why you should love money. In this article, we’ll talk about how to get more of it. A Moneylove Approach to Playing Larger and Winning Bigger Doing is being. To have done’s not enough. To stuff yourself with doing — that’s the game. To name yourself each hour by what’s done, To tabulate your time at sunset’s gun And find yourself in acts You could …Click Here To Continue Reading
It’s no coincidence that a lot of entrepreneurs have health related problems. As entrepreneurs, we often treat our bodies terribly in exchange for success. We work long, unsociable hours, on little sleep, fueling our bodies with crap food – just so we can get back to what we were doing. This isn’t healthy, nor is this is my idea of success. During the last four years, I’ve dedicated a lot of my time to understanding …Click Here To Continue Reading
Every day, we get a little bit older and a little bit wiser. But what if there was a way to skip ahead and get years worth of wisdom in a single day?
Confucius once said that there are three ways to become wise: the noble way to get wiser is through self-reflection; the bitter way to get wiser is through experience; and the easy way to get wiser is through imitation.
Personally, I’d rather wise up the easy way — and that’s why I’ve created this resource.[click to continue...]Click Here To Continue Reading
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