Carnival of entrepreneurs
28
Feb

Carnival of Entrepreneurs: 12th edition Hits the Road Big Time

It is my pleasure to welcome to the 12th edition of the [tag]Carnival of Entrepreneurs[/tag] many thanks to Benjamin Yoskovitz of Startupspark who gave me this opportunity. I did receive many great turnout of articles from a wide range of people. In fact, I have found everyone of it very useful. So, are you ready for what this week Carnival has to offer? Then, read on…

Find below the articles that I feel you must not miss. They are my “best of the week” pick…

1. If you have produced some e-books like me and you have been looking at ways to sell them, Slade’s write-up on [tag]how to sell e-books[/tag] with a paypal account is a must read for you. The message is very easy to adapt and you will find it very useful.

2. If you can dream it, you can achieve. [tag]Walt Disney[/tag] is remembered as an innovator, a creator, a folk hero and a legend because he had a dream and he achieved it. Karen Lynch, in dreams, shared an interesting story on what can happen to a man that has dreams.

3. At one particular point in your life, you would see the need both to understand what kind of role you are specializing in and how the skills for the next role in your career differ from those that brought you to where you are. David Maister has prepared a great podcast that will help you to determine which role is actually for you

4. Winners never quit and that is why they are winners in the first instance. If you want to succeed in any endeavour, you must learn to give yourself no other option. Walt did a beautiful job with No Plan B! Don’t only read this article, make a commitment to live the lessons.

5. Are you currently battling with the fear of the unknown? Positivity Blog has some useful tips for you.

6. Having a good presentation requires skills. Scott Schwertly took time to share some of the best tips I have read on this issue. I am sure you would find them useful.

Useful tips

  1. Anna Farmery shares some wonderful tips on how to value your business.
  2. Wilson Ng focuses his write-up on what you need to do to maximize your profit.
  3. Master these 5 tips for staying on top of your book before it is too late. Believe me, it will save you a lot of headaches later in life.
  4. Fish Creek House gives some insights on the ingredients you need to experience victory in everything you do.
  5. Matthew Paulson shared some wonderful tips on time management. Now wonder he has been able to work 60 hours a week and still love it. You too can do the same if only you can follow his advice. You would also find Priya Jestin’s time saving tips very useful.
  6. What is life to you? A daring adventure or nothing at all? Alan shares some tips how to live your life to the fullest.
  7. Do your employees do their best when you’re not around? Do they prefer to work for you rather than any other manager in the company? Do they make a beeline to get in on your team? If you answered NO to any of the questions above, Pushpa has provided some insightful tips on how to be that manager that every employee respects.

I also have some interview sections that would be of help to you.

  1. Movers and Shakers: Question and Answers with Matt Coddington
  2. Manager as Sociopath: An Interview With An Honest Boss

Others worth reading are

  1. The New Economy of Internet Volunteers
  2. Attention Mapping: The 10-point
  3. Creative Destruction
  4. Review of “The Rich Jerk” – Get It Free, Plus $1
  5. A word about Business Plan

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