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Dare To Try Again: Confessions Of A Serial Entrepreneur

Forbes - Tech

Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. The author is a Forbes contributor. The opinions expressed are those of the writer. It was May 2016 and there I was again, deciding whether I wanted to take the plunge. Did I want to go through the emotional roller coaster, the bone-crushing uncertainty, the crazy work schedule that is starting a new venture...again?


Learn how to be a fierce & fabulous female entrepreneur in our next #BizChats

Mashable

Women, both young and seasoned, are climbing out of the passenger seat of their professional lives and taking control of their own careers. No longer are women willing to settle for less than what they deserve. Women want good pay, encouragement and success -- and they are starting their own businesses to get it. To pay tribute to the amazing women that have been recognized throughout Women's History Month, we're hosting our next #BizChats Twitter chat on Wednesday, March 23 at 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PST to discuss what it takes to be a powerful female entrepreneur.


10 steps to becoming a successful entrepreneur — from a real life entrepreneur

Mashable

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. No one is born a game-changer. Even the most rebellious, one-of-a-kind iconoclasts likely learned those traits from inspiring figures in their lives. From Bill Gates to Elon Musk to Warren Buffet, many of the world's most notable entrepreneurs learned how to innovate, take risks, and plan for success by following in the footsteps of those who came before. This collection of 48 lectures and 9 hours of content is led by Jerry Banfield, an online entrepreneur who has found massive success and built a worldwide client base by creating a powerful presence on the web.


How to be a powerful female entrepreneur

Mashable

Mashable's latest #BizChats Twitter chat discussed what it takes to rock the business world as a woman. Over the course of an hour, and with the curation partnership with Natalie Zfat, @MashBusiness covered an array of topics ranging from the challenges women face when pursuing entrepreneurship, to the most important business skills female entrepreneurs should develop. Several amazing businesswomen contributed to this conversation including: Ann Shoket, former editor-in-chief of Seventeen Magazine and author of the BABs newsletter; Bethenny Frankel, reality television personality, talk show host, author, chef, & entrepreneur; Chondra Sanchez, writer at Evil Ink Comics and co-founder of The Social Co.; Jenny Fleiss, co-founder & head of business development at Rent the Runway; Jessica Naziri, tech expert, writer, vlogger, & content strategist; Mara Hoffman, fashion designer, owner of Mara Hoffman, Inc. & entrepreneur; Natalie Zfat, writer, entrepreneur & social media influencer; Rachel Grant, entrepreneur, actor & humanitarian; Rebecca Minkoff; industry leader in accessible luxury handbags & designer extraordinaire; and Rosie Pope, entrepreneur and creative force behind Rosie Pope Maternity & Baby.


Elderly make up a third of Japan's entrepreneurs

The Japan Times

About a third of new entrepreneurs were 60 or older in 2012, the latest year for which data was available, according to the Small and Medium Enterprise Agency, part of the trade ministry. That compares with 8 percent three decades earlier. The self-employed seniors tend to provide management consulting and other services, leveraging their professional experience, the agency said in a report. Older Japanese are looking to put their knowledge and experience to work, with the goal of enjoying productive and fulfilling golden years, said Atsuko Nomura, senior researcher at the Japan Research Institute in Tokyo. They also have more capital than younger people, making it easier for them to get started, she said.