Entrepreneurs. What would the business world do without them? Stagnate and die most likely. Although the battle can be uphill at times, advice is plenty in the entrepreneurial world. Today’s carnival gives you a taste of just what’s available from around the globe. Welcome to this week’s Carnival of Entrepreneurship.
- Financial reports. You just gotta love to hate those things. But they’re a necessary evil if you wish to be successful. So how do you use them to grow your business? Tom O’Neill presents How to translate financial reports into action items posted at Buyout Blog.
- In the spirit of risk, fear will often rear its ugly head causing doubt in the minds of even the most confident entrepreneur. Pamela Slim tells you about Three Ways To Take The Fear Of Failing Head On so you can slay the fear dragon.
- No matter what you do as you grow your business, you’re sure to experience some pain along the way. Michael Cage shares his prescription for success with Workouts, Pain, Growth and Entrepreneurship.
- Do you cringe at the thought of creating a business plan? Lots of entrepreneurs do. But Brian Carr has figured out the secret to creating a business plan and getting some satisfaction from it during his journey. Check out his thoughts on the Added Perk to a Business Plan
- Money. Cash flow. The lifeblood of any small business and a balancing act that must be performed daily if you want a shot at success. Arnold Cortez shares Why Is Working Capital Important?
- Should you blog to grow your business? That’s just one more thing to add to your already busy plate of things to do. Jack Yoest answers your question at Should Companies Blog?
- It’s easy to get hung up on all the new ideas and technology we use to pump up our entrepreneurial skills and move our businesses along the path to prosperity. Sometimes it’s good to look at the wisdom that has brought us to where we are. David Daniels presents Market Development Proverbs over at Global Market Development.
About the Carnival of Entrepreneurship
This carnival is the brainchild of Scott Allen, the Entrepreneur’s Guide at About.com. To read some ot the best information about the challenges of being an entrepreneur just hop on over to the Carnival of Entrepreneurship at About.com.