Eleanor of Aquitane is the origin of courtly love. Courts of Love, troubadours and de Troyes bore her influence. Philosopher Fromm presents love as a skill that can be learnt/nurtured, not unlike entrepreneurship. Ideally, I (entrepreneur) feel towards you (idea): intense desire/attraction; full dedication without (material) expectations in return; no sense of rigid ownership; love … Continue reading 7 things entrepreneurs can learn from art of loving
The Entrepreneur magazine has asked three successful entrepreneurs to describe a scenario of doing things all over again if they had a chance. Below is their response. Entrepreneur Sunny Bonnell, 33, co-founder of Motto Agency, a brand and design firm in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Founded in 2003, the company’s year-end sales are projected to reach … Continue reading 3 startups +1 and 3 lessons +1
Dot.com bubble witnessed many young, bright and entrepreneurial spirits launch themselves into the tech gold rush only to see themselves chasing the fool's gold. Too many entrepreneurs wound up in searching for jobs in not-so-inspiring companies and earning not-so-high a salaries. But few found courage to continue their entrepreneurial march and found new beginnings, although … Continue reading Two business failures == third business success?
It is not easy for most entrepreneurs and businessmen to talk about their own failures. When they do, they tend to be indulgent or lenient about their past experiences and are inclined to shift some of the "blame" on environment, tendencies, people or just plain luck (lack of it). Only few speak candidly and admit … Continue reading Bad Ideas To Make Money