4 results for 'entrepreneur'
What it takes, to move the chains that have held you back. have you thought you were burdened with chains.
Well all I wanted in the beginning was the money. I wanted large amounts of money. I enjoy the lifestyle of the rich and famous yet how was I going to do that.
I had been unemployed for years. I was happy, living a beach bum existence. No one told me to get a job, earn some cash and your own lifestyle is then amazing. I sampled it, on a trial for a while. It wasn't for me, I was working for someone, it was the rules. It wasn't the job so much as the team spirit.... (more)
...creating a beautiful symphony of color on a string.
Creative design that brings long lasting joy to the designer and to the person who owns a piece of Madison’s jewelry isn’t a bad way to enjoy owning your own business. And to think an 8-year-old shopping with her mother brought all of this to life and has provided needed funds to non-profit organizations as a way to give back. Here’s looking at much more entrepreneurial design and success in Madison’s future.(more)
With the ongoing concern for business success across the U.S., one young entrepreneur in the Tarheel state has been finding sparkling success for the past ten years.
18-year-old Madison Carroll from Greensboro, North Carolina will be headed into her junior year of college at Wake Forest this spring. When I asked her a few questions about her interest in designing jewelry, Madison says her focus wasn't really on the success of selling her jewelry. She just enjoyed the creativity of designing one unique piece after another.
Gillean: How long have you been designing jewelry?... (more)
In an age where business is driven by social media, entrepreneurs can work anywhere. And we mean anywhere.
From the home office to the business incubator, from the local coffee shop to a park bench; you can find entrepreneurs working anywhere and everywhere. But would you believe us if we told you that, yes indeed, these entrepreneurs are being productive?
A change in an entrepreneur’s working environment can actually amp up productivity—new surroundings steer clear from the notion of the “same old, boring workday.”
But entrepreneurs aren’t just working in local Starbucks... (more)
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