Although they sound alike, the terms “Entrepreneur” and “Business Owner” are very different. Whether you are an independent practitioner, contractor, or just curious about what these words mean, I want to explain why they are so different.
This is a guest post written by Carla Lopez, owner & CEO of Boomer Biz.
When a business venture doesn’t go quite the way you planned, you may be left feeling as though you’ve failed, which can be difficult emotionally.
You may even feel the onset of depression or anxiety, and many entrepreneurs have found that their self-esteem took a hit once they were forced to admit to themselves that they couldn’t make things work.
I had the pleasure of spending an entire day with physicians at the Washington State Medical Association (WSMA) annual conference in Seattle on Saturday, October 12.
In addition to the fantastic speakers who talked about medicolegal issues, technology, and population health, I also heard about policy development with the House of Delegates and new legislative issues at the state and federal level.
Here are my take-aways from the experience.
Why would a business owner who is already established want to join a Multi-Level Marketing opportunity?
In this video, I answer some questions about why this is such a compelling offer and why joining an MLM can be so dangerous.
Check it out, or read a transcript (with links and other juicy details) by scrolling down.
Business opportunities seem to be popping up out of nowhere these days.
If you are a company owner, you may be wondering whether to tweak your business model to keep pace with the newest social network and marketing methods.
If you’ve always dreamed of becoming an entrepreneur, you may be tempted to jump into the glittering promises of Network Marketing companies that showcase the opportunity to…
“Be your own boss!”
“Ditch the 9-to-5!”
“Generate passive income with no start-up costs!”
Since there is so much confusion about these terms, and the structure behind them, I decided to share my definitions for common business terms.
In this post, you’ll find a cross-section of 10 popular business models, along with my opinion about what is actually happening behind the scenes.