7 Steps to Financial Success for Young Entrepreneurs (Guest Blog by Dave Landry)

This week's post comes to us from guest blogger, Dave Landry. Dave specially crafted this article for the Bennis Inc blog to assist fellow "amateur entrepreneurs" and guide them toward successful endeavors. Be sure to visit Dave's business web site for more information on the many skills he has to offer. Enjoy! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ In today’s … Continue reading 7 Steps to Financial Success for Young Entrepreneurs (Guest Blog by Dave Landry)

Embracing the Non-Monetary Benefits of Entrepreneurship

I’ve shared my insight before on how fellow entrepreneurs and business owners might choose to price their services. It’s a fine balance between earning what you’re worth and remaining competitive. One of the biggest challenges comes when you’re just starting out. With little to no prior experience and only a small portfolio of work to … Continue reading Embracing the Non-Monetary Benefits of Entrepreneurship

The Size of Success: A Profitable Business Doesn’t Require a Big Business

Whenever someone asks me what I do for a living, I’m finally at a point in my life where I’m excited and proud to tell them about my entrepreneurial journey and some of the great experiences it has provided along the way. When I held previous jobs and was asked this same question, I always … Continue reading The Size of Success: A Profitable Business Doesn’t Require a Big Business

A Penny Saved Is More Than A Penny Earned

As far back as the 17th century, the idiom we now know very well, “A penny saved is a penny earned,” was first quoted. And though the true author of this phrase may be up for debate, the meaning is quite clear. It is just as useful to save the money we have as it … Continue reading A Penny Saved Is More Than A Penny Earned