Posts Tagged ‘Entrepreneur’

20-Something Question: How Do You Avoid Frustration That You’re Not Moving Faster?

  Today’s post is about not get distracted by other people’s pace. Sometimes it seems everyone is going faster than you – but it’s not necessarily a race. I hold live mentoring salons between younger and older entrepreneurs and professionals and during our discussions, this subject often comes up. One 20-something business owner asked: How […] Read more…

Don’t Get Lost in Transition

     “The Bill Murray and Scarlet Johansen characters fell in love in the editing room.“ – Sarah Flack, editor, Lost in Translation Earlier this month Tropfest held their first RoughCut film symposium in NYC at The Film Society of Lincoln Center.  Roughcut is an offshoot of Tropfest, the world’s largest short film festival, originating […] Read more…

Find Your Inner Bomb

  “Don’t not take meetings because you’re scared. The best advice I got early on in my career is that being an entrepreneur, whether you like it or not, you have to pretend like you’re the bomb all the time. Exaggerate like nobody would ever. Be confident. I know it’s hard. You’re young but you […] Read more…

What You Should Know Before You Start at a Startup

Today I’m sharing an interview I did with Tereza Nemessanyi, CEO and co-founder fo Honestly Now, a great site to get that honest advice you need when you need it.  The interview which first ran on  Women 2.0 shares her story about what she wishes she knew about starting out at a startup in the early […] Read more…

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