Tag - failure

Strength, Failure and Service. 3 Valuable Lessons (Video)

Ramon Ray, founder of SmartHustle.com, was interviewed by Jay Scherr  where they discuss discuss the importance of knowing your strengths, why it’s important to make yourself available to “serve”, and how entrepreneurs can learn a lot from failure. See the full interview and the overview of their discussion below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYM5yxIqFTI&feature=youtu.be Know Your Strengths One of the most...

When All Seems Lost What Do You Do? Keep Positive Says This Founder.

Austin Rolling's energy and can do attitude explode through the phone. Today he's the co-founder of Outfield, a sales team management app which help companies discover valuable insights about their market, track and verify team activity, and communicate across all their devices. Outfield is Austin's fourth startup. His first three start ups failed. Austin...

12th Annual Smart Hustle Small Business Conference

Get Ready for the 12th Annual Smart Hustle Small Business Conference

Are you a small business owner looking for some fresh inspiration on how to grow your business and see it flourish? Then get ready for the 12th Annual Smart Hustle Small Business Conference, taking place on November 1st from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm at the Microsoft Technology Center, 11 Times Square in midtown...

Why You Should Consider Failure Pre-Success

  Failure often has negative consequences. If you "fail" at something, you FEEL like a failure, you feel worthless and often times dejected. Of course, in the "startup world" failure is often a badge of honor and at times I think it's TOO much of an honor for startups. However, overall, failure is a good thing....

Advice to Live By for Startup Entrepreneurs from Jessica Mah of inDinero

Indinero Founder Pivots Her Company to Success

For every movie-worthy startup success story (think Facebook), there are plenty more stories of unachieved dreams that we will never get to hear about. And that shouldn’t be surprising at all. Not when statistics show that about 50 percent of new businesses fail within the first five years. Sometimes, those numbers can be much...