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An Entrepreneurial Approach To Everyday Life

If you want to get more out of life for yourself – and others – an #entrepreneurial approach is the most powerful, purposeful course of action. It requires effort and #risk but the #rewards will outweigh the sacrifices. This is why it is called the #business of living. It is a worthy and grand business. I invite you to venture out and experience it for yourself.

The Business Of Living — An Entrepreneurial Approach To Everyday Life

Applying these 12 activities to everyday life is what sets a person, and a business, apart from the pack. You do not have to apply them all to become more entrepreneurial, but the more you apply, the more momentous your endeavors can be. I encourage you to think big.

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Understanding Venture Capital Term Sheets

Term-by-term teardown of venture capital equity and bridge note term sheets for startups and entrepreneurs. What to look for and what to avoid.

Venture Capital Term Sheets: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

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Financial Literacy for Small Business

We work with business owners and executives to help them “get” the numbers.

We make sure that you understand the finances in your business – both in the financial reports and in how your business supports (or doesn’t) your goals and aspirations. We make sure that your numbers have real context and that you “get it” so you can succeed in your business.

We provide financial literacy services that are completely focused on business. We know the language and will speak it regularly with you.

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How To Be A Social Intrapreneur

How To Be A Social Intrapreneur: Persistence, Resilience, and Patience

Intrapreneurs’ productivity is superior to employees that are accustomed to the classic patterns of command and control, according to Teixeira de Morais. Moreover, the satisfaction generated by projects they champion that show measurable impacts increases the motivation of team members, and provides a positive climate for high-level collaboration.

So what is needed for a professional, who has good ideas and wants to become a successful social intrapreneur? “Be persistent, resilient, and patient,” Teixeira de Morais advises.

Why? Because “the complexity of such projects requires an ability to connect different relationship standards, profiles, and departments,” she said. “Perhaps this is the greatest contribution of an intrapreneur. It might be not easy, but it is definitely worth it.”

Most Brazilians, including emerging entrepreneurs, find their path to opportunities blocked because they cannot gain access to financial services. Without educational and business training, they have difficulty getting banks to provide capital for new products, and to scale-up their businesses.

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