Hi! I'm Dane Carlson, and welcome to the Business Opportunities Weblog. I've been publishing this website, by myself, and sometimes with the help of others for over twelve years now. You'll notice two things about this site right away:
Finish better than your beginnings All education is self-education Seek first to manage yourself, then to manage others Influence is more important than victory Work hard and watch your costs Everybody wants to appear reasonable Create your own set of values to guide your actions Incentive is everything!
[Only] 27 percent of [startups] were pursuing an idea that was “not new to any customer.” Start-ups considered most innovative — pursuing an idea “new to all” in a market with “no competitors” — amounted to only 4 percent of the total.
Soon after David Riedel lost his job two years ago as an equity analyst at Salomon Smith Barney in a wave of layoffs on Wall Street, his entrepreneurial juices kicked in.
Google’s IPO information page is now live, if you’re into that sort of thing.
Mark Cuban: “My name is Mark Cuban.
In the old days, there was pretty much only one way to grow a business.
An Entrepreneur’s Life: “If you run a business with employees, every single one of ‘em who interacts with clients/customers/end-users needs to understand what is and what is not acceptable.
Inc: “Buying a business, it turns out, isn’t all that different from buying a house.
Dan Sherman: “Don’t restrict yourself to creating value for your customer directly related to your service or product.”
A List Apart: “If you’re like thousands of other designers, programmers and other creative professionals out there, at one point in time you’ve considered starting your own business.