Archives for December 2013

Entrepreneurial Writers: 6 WordPress Features You Should Know About

Here’s some of the top interesting things I’ve discovered from taking WordPress classes and messing around with it for the past few months!   1. Text Mode Text mode can be helpful if your used to writing code and adding links. But even if you aren’t, it can still be helpful. Does the text look […]

How to Ruin Your Business Before It Gets Off the Ground

Many people have great business ideas, but they don’t get a chance to make it big due to bad decisions up front. While starting out, just follow these steps if you want your business to fail big.   Lock In High Overhead Costs Want to put your business on the path to fast failure? The […]

4 Books That Will Excite Your Inner Entrepreneur

Starting something new can be difficult and dangerous. That’s especially true when referring to a new business. Whether you’re bootstrapping your first venture, or funding your startup with venture capital, the going is guaranteed to be tough. Entrepreneurship is an emotional rollercoaster ride complete with highs and lows that can result in money, madness, or […]

Entrepreneurial Writers: Keeping Motivated During the Holidays

There’s something about the time period between Thanksgiving and Christmas that makes me just not want to do any blogging or website work. Between my job and all the crazy holiday activities, I have to admit, I don’t have much motivation to keep my online magazine/blog running over the next few weeks (not to mention, […]

How to Keep Business Travel Costs Low

I just returned from the Financial Blogger Conference in St. Louis. It is an annual gathering of finance bloggers that takes us around the country. On business travel, it is easy to rack up big spending quickly when thinking about writing off the expenses. Instead, focus on saving and keeping your hard earned money.   […]