Congrats on finding the perfect new home! The marathon house hunting afternoons are over and the tedious paperwork details have now been handed off to your trusted realtor and mortgage lender. This is a great time to kick back and think about new towels and paint colors, right?
Thousands of people make the decision to start their own business every year. And although many individuals make an attempt at company ownership, very few are actually successful.
There’s nothing more stressful than job-hunting. Most of us need steady paychecks to pay our bills, and we panic when we don’t know how to make ends meet. But landing a job isn’t an easy feat with a high population, qualified work force, and applicant tracking systems.
Trade shows are where industry experts and professionals gather to network, show off their wares, and close business deals. Whether you have a great idea you’re looking to introduce to the public or just want to break into the industry, trade shows are where to do it.
You’ve exhausted all other means to get you through a financial tight spot, and now you’ve decided to go to your family and ask for a loan.
When I finally got to the point where I could start saving some money, I had visions of a steady flow of income from interest payments. So I started shopping for the best rates — boy, was I given a rude awakening.
Graduating from law school and business school in the aftermath of the Great Recession and a particularly weak legal employment market meant that I had as much debt as a first-time home-owner and little to no steady income.
Startups are hard. Building a product is hard. Finding that elusive “product-market fit” is hard. You know what is very really freaking hard? Raising money, when all you and a co-founder have are a shared laptop and some grand aspirations.
I have entered a phase in my life in which many of my classmates, friends and family are in the thick of diapers, teething and general child-rearing activities.
Choosing the right career is a delicate balancing act. Since you’ll want to have a long, successful career, you’ll want to choose a profession that lines up with your skills, abilities and interests.